Lambda execution based on the file committed to a CodeCommit repository

We can trigger a Lambda when some code is pushed to a CodeCommit repo. In this post, we’ll take this automation to next level by examining the files pushed to the repo and executing our Lambda function accordingly.

Step 1: Create a code commit repo named to test and clone it on your local system. You can follow…

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Vinayak Pandey

Experienced Cloud Consultant with a knack of automation. Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinayakpandeyit/

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