AWS Lambda Supports Java

Posted on: Jun 15, 2015

You can now develop your AWS Lambda function code using Java. AWS Lambda is a compute service that runs your code in response to events, such as S3 uploads and Kinesis updates, and automatically manages the compute resources for you. You can use your existing tools such as Eclipse to author your Java code and Maven for packaging your Java code, making it easy to integrate Lambda development into your existing development processes. You can use any Java libraries, as well as your own Java objects for processing data. You simply upload your Lambda Java artifact as a ZIP or JAR through the AWS CLI or AWS Lambda console to deploy your Java code as a Lambda function. AWS Lambda will run your code only when it’s needed and scales automatically, so there is no need to provision or continuously run servers. Read our documentation for more details. Visit our console to get started now.

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