Generate a Zip package of your Lambda code. The Lambda function code should be at the root of the package. If you are using virtual env, all dependencies should be packaged. Refer to the AWS documentation for detailed instructions on how to generate a package. We personally prefer using tools like zappa and serverless.
Navigate to DevOps > Storage > S3 > +Add button above the table. Give a name for your bucket or leave it blank and a name will be auto generated. Then Click on AWS Console Button to get into AWS console for this S3 bucket and upload the zip file we just created.
Navigate to DevOps > Serverless > Lambda tab > +Add button. Give a name for the Lambda function and other values. This will create the lambda function. Click on AWS console to go to the console shell for this function. Test the function. You can look at the tutorial above for the same or look at the AWS documentation.
To update the code for the Lambda function, create a new package with a different name and upload in S3 bucket again. Then select the lambda function in the table and click Edit under dropdown menu in Actions column. Make sure the right S3 bucket has been selected and provide the name of the function. To update a function configuration like timeout memory, etc. use the edit configuration button.
DuploCloud enables you to create a classic micro-services based architecture where your Lambda function can integrate with any other resource within your tenant like S3, Dynamo, RDS or other Docker based microservices. DuploCloud will implicitly enable the Lambda function to communicate with other resources but block any communication outside the tenant (except ELB).
To setup a trigger or event source, the resource needs to be created via the DuploCloud Portal. Subsequently, one could trigger directly from that resource to the Lambda function in the AWS console menu of your Lambda function. Resources could be S3 buckets, API Gateway, DynamoDB, SNS etc. An example trigger via API Gateway was described in the tutorial.
Passing secrets to a Lambda function can be done in much the same way as passing secrets to your Docker based service i.e., using environmental variables. For example, you can create a relational database from the Database > RDS menu in DuploCloud, provide username and password, then in the Lambda menu give the same username and password. No secrets need to be stored anywhere outside like vault, git repo, etc.