This example demonstrates how to setup a simple HTTP GET endpoint. Once you ping it, it will reply with the current time.
Inspired by the aws-node-simple-http-endpoint, in Ruby!
In order to deploy the endpoint, simply run:
The expected result should be similar to:
Serverless: Packaging service... Serverless: Excluding development dependencies... Serverless: Uploading CloudFormation file to S3... Serverless: Uploading artifacts... Serverless: Uploading service .zip file to S3 (849 B)... Serverless: Validating template... Serverless: Updating Stack... Serverless: Checking Stack update progress... ............................... Serverless: Stack update finished... Service Information service: serverless-ruby-simple-http-endpoint stage: dev region: us-east-1 stack: serverless-ruby-simple-http-endpoint-dev api keys: None endpoints: GET - https://spmfbzc6ja.execute-api.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/dev/ping functions: current_time: serverless-ruby-simple-http-endpoint-dev-current_time layers: None Serverless: Removing old service artifacts from S3...
Send an HTTP request directly to the endpoint using a tool like curl:
By default, AWS Lambda limits the total concurrent executions across all functions within a given region to 100. The default limit is a safety limit that protects you from costs due to potential runaway or recursive functions during initial development and testing. To increase this limit above the default, follow the steps in To request a limit increase for concurrent executions.
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