- Binh Bui
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Why do we need a custom lambda runtime?
Let's assume that we want to execute python file in a node js environment.
So the container image should have both python and node js runtime and the container should compatible with lambda
How to use this demo?
- Create a Repo in Amazon ECR.
- Then execute the below commands to push your image to ECR from your working directory.
Note: Please change [aws_region] and [aws_account as your expected
aws ecr get-login-password --region [aws_region] | docker login --username AWS --password-stdin [aws_account.dkr.ecr.[aws_region].amazonaws.com docker buildx build --platform linux/amd64 -t skg/lambda-python-node . docker tag skg/lambda-python-node:latest [aws_account.dkr.ecr.[aws_region].amazonaws.com/skg/lambda-python-node:latest docker push [aws_account.dkr.ecr.[aws_region].amazonaws.com/skg/lambda-python-node:latest
- go to the Lambda console and create a lambda function using the uploaded container image.
The code for this article is available on GitHub