Integrate your python applications with AWS Lambda and https://pythondeploy.co/.
Handle AWS Lambda events.
Events are passed to handlers for processing. Each event is passed to the handler in this order:
Handler defined in the event
HTTP events handler (for WSGI applications)
SQS events handler (if configured)
Default handler (if configured)
Logger handler (if no default is defined)
pd_aws_lambda.handlers.wsgi.handler: convert HttpAPI requests to WSGI environs.
pd_aws_lambda.handlers.shell.handler: Run shell commands.
pd_aws_lambda.handlers.logger.handler: log the received event and context.
Add pd_aws_lambda to your application dependencies.
poetry add pd_aws_lambda
Set the required environment variables according to your needs in your Python Deploy application configuration.
# Python path to the WSGI application that will handle HTTP requests. PD_WSGI_APPLICATION=
my_django_project.wsgi.application# Python path to the handler for SQS events. PD_SQS_HANDLER= my_custom_handlers.sqs_handler# Python path to the default fallback handler. PD_DEFAULT_HANDLER= my_custom_handlers.default_handler
A handler is a python function that receives an event and a context and does something with them. It can return a value if it makes sense for the type of event. For example, HttpAPI handlers like the one we use to call your wsgi application (pd_aws_lambda.handlers.wsgi.handler) should return a dictionary compatible with the AWS HttpAPI to form an HTTP response.
def handler(event, context): """ I handle AWS Lambda invocations. I print the received event and context. """ print("The event:", event) print("The context:", context)
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