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Jar make it easy to store the state of your AWS Lambda functions.

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Jar makes it easy to save the state of your AWS Lambda functions. The data (either a dict or list) can be saved within the Lambda itself as an environment variable or on S3.


pip install awsjar


Save state with Jar inside a Lambda environment variable

import awsjar

# Save your data with the Lambda itself, as an Environment Variable.
jar = awsjar.Jar(lambda_name='sams-lambda')
data = {'num_acorns': 50, 'acorn_hideouts': ['tree', 'lake', 'backyard']}

state = jar.get()
>> {'num_acorns': 50, 'acorn_hideouts': ['tree', 'lake', 'backyard']}

Save state with Bucket on an S3 bucket

import awsjar

# Save your data to an S3 object - s3://my-bucket/state.json
bkt = awsjar.Bucket(bucket='my-bucket', key='state.json')

data = {'num_acorns': 50, 'acorn_hideouts': ['tree', 'lake', 'backyard']}

state = bkt.get()
>> {'num_acorns': 50, 'acorn_hideouts': ['tree', 'lake', 'backyard']}


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