AWS | Understanding AWS lambda

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  1. Provisioning and capacity of the compute fleet that offers a balance of memory, CPU, network, and other resources.
  2. Maintenance of servers and OS
  3. High availability and automatic scaling.
  4. Monitoring fleet health
  5. Applying security patches
  6. Deploying your code
  7. Managing and logging your lambda functions
  8. Runs your code on a high availability compute infrastructure.
  9. Executes code only when needed and scales automatically from a few requests per day to thousands per second.
  10. Need to pay only for compute time that developer’s code consumes - no extra charge when code is not running.

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