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AWS Lambda Delivery

Rapidly deploy serverless applications.

What is AWS Lambda?

AWS Lambda is a powerful compute service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables users to run code without the need to manage servers. With Lambda, developers can focus solely on writing and deploying their application code, while AWS takes care of the underlying infrastructure, server maintenance, and scaling.

AWS Lambda Delivery Partners like fourTheorem, help customers build or migrate applications to a microservices serverless architecture, ensuring efficient resource utilisation and cost-effectiveness.

Whilst Serverless is much more than just Function as a Service (FaaS), AWS Lambda is the key capability underpinning modern application stacks.

At fourTheorem, we are experienced with using Lambda not only as a means of rapidly building Serverless Microservice platforms, but also as a tool for solving a multitude of use cases. For example:

  • Integration with external APIs
  • Ingesting and processing IoT sensor data
  • Constructing data analysis pipelines
  • Management and orchestration of Machine Learning systems
  • Integration and extension of legacy compute platforms
  • Transformation of monolithic systems to distributed Microservice architectures
  • High performance, high scale, real time compute workloads

The Benefits:

  • Simplicity: Experience the ease of running code without the hassle of provisioning or managing infrastructure.
  • Effortless Scaling: Seamlessly respond to code execution requests at any scale, whether it’s a few events per day or hundreds of thousands per second.
  • Reduced Costs: Cut down on expenses by paying only for the actual compute time you use, rather than upfront infrastructure provisioning for peak capacity.
  • Fast Deployment: AWS Lambda enables swift code deployment, eliminating concerns about server provisioning or configuration. This streamlines the process of getting your applications up and running and facilitates the smooth deployment of updates and bug fixes.
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