Build serverless applications with AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM)
Accelerate serverless application development with AWS SAM. Define infrastructure as code, deploy easily, and debug locally with SAM CLI and AWS Toolkit.
Building larger serverless applications can be tricky – creating many lambda functions as well as other resources such as DynamoDB tables, S3 buckets, API Gateways using AWS Console takes quite a lot of time. Not to mention other problems such as redeploying the app to a different region, reviewing the infrastructure etc.
AWS Serverless Application Model
for short) simplifies a lot of those issues ????
Built with with best practices in mind, SAM allows you to:
????define your infrastructure as code using a YAML template (which can go through code review!)
????define resources such as lambda functions, DynamoDB tables etc. in a much simpler way than doing it directly in CloudFormation (which SAM is built on top of)
????build and deploy a serverless application from a command line
????debug and test lambda functions locally using SAM CLI
????debug and test lambda functions from WITHIN your editor with AWS Toolkit extension
Add AWS SAM to your toolkit with this quick collection!
View and Contribute to the Community Notes!
WTF is AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM)?
Create an AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) project using SAM CLI
Build and deploy an AWS SAM application stack
Execute an AWS Lambda function locally with SAM CLI
Run a lambda function locally with a custom event using AWS SAM CLI
Review an AWS SAM stack deployment in AWS Console
Deploy an S3 bucket and trigger an AWS Lambda function with AWS SAM
Deploy a new DynamoDB table to AWS using AWS SAM template
Delete an AWS SAM application stack using AWS Console