Learn how to use SAP cloud Appliance Library to set up your own private SAP ABAP 7.52 system in the cloud (Amazon aws, Google Cloud or Azure).
A system you can use to learn ABAP, experiment with SAP or run tests that you don’t want to run in a “real” system.
This article will offer a step by step approach to creating a Facebook messenger chatbot that will run on aws lambda.
The only tools you will need are nodejs, a text editor and a browser.
If you are in a hurry, and know your way around lambda, api gateway and facebook apps, you can get the code for the lambda function for a fully functional bot here, and the swagger api definition to import into api gateway here.
If you want a step by step walkthrough of how you set it all up, here we go…
In this blog post, I’ll explain the different options to export data from a dynamodb table to a csv file.
DynamoDB is Amazon AWS’s managed NoSQL database service.
AWS offers a few standard ways to export data to csv files, both are great for some purposes, but if they don’t give you all they need, you’ll find a list of other options in this article.
At AWS:ReInvent 2015, Amazon announced scheduled execution of lambda functions.
This functionality can be very helpful for scheduling changes to the provisioned throughput of dynamoDB tables, for scenarios where your load is predictable based on the time of day.
Loading times for infrequent calls — What to expect?
AWS lambda is a great service that Amazon introduced in 2014. It allows you to execute code without having to worry about provisioning infrastructure. Amazon takes care of making sure there is capacity to execute your function.
With AWS Lambda, you pay only for what you use.
Duration is calculated from the time your code begins executing until it returns or otherwise terminates, rounded up to the nearest 100ms. The price depends on the amount of memory you allocate to your function. You are charged $0.00001667 for every GB-second used. In…