Overcomes the CloudFormation limitation on attaching an event to an uncontrolled bucket, for Serverless.com 1.11.0+.
This functionality is now native to serverless. See the docs at https://serverless.com/framework/docs/providers/aws/events/s3#using-existing-buckets for more information.
Overcomes the CloudFormation limitation on attaching an event to an uncontrolled bucket, for Serverless.com 1.11.0+. See this stackoverflow issue for more information.
1. NPM dependency
> npm install --save-dev serverless-plugin-existing-s3
Declare the plugin in your serverless.yml
plugins: - serverless-plugin-existing-s3
2. Give your deploy permission to access the bucket. The BUCKET_NAME variable within provider.iamRoleStatements.Resource.Fn::Join needs to be replaced with the name of the bucket you want to attach your event(s) to. If there are multiple buckets you want to attach events to add a new item for each bucket.
provider: name: aws runtime: nodejs4.3 iamRoleStatements: ... - Effect: "Allow" Action: - "s3:GetBucketNotification" - "s3:PutBucketNotification" Resource: Fn::Join: - "" - - "arn:aws:s3:::BUCKET_NAME or *"
3. Attach an event to your target function. Add an -existingS3 event definition under 'events' of your function declaration. The 'events' value is optional under your -existingS3 event and if omitted, it will default to a single entry for "s3:ObjectCreated:*".
The rules property is optional and can contain either a prefix, suffix or both of these properties as a rule for when the event will trigger.
Note: The bucketEvents and eventRules attributes introduced in 1.0.1 will still work, but will likely be deprecated in the future.
functions: someFunction: handler: index.handler events: - existingS3: bucket: BUCKET_NAME events: - s3:ObjectCreated:* rules: - prefix: images/ - suffix: .jpg
Multiple Prefixes As identified with issue 62.
functions: myAmazingLambdaFunction: handler: lambda-to-be-triggered-by-s3.handler events: - existingS3: bucket: 'my-bucket' events: - s3:ObjectCreated:* rules: - prefix: some/prefix - existingS3: bucket: 'my-bucket' events: - s3:ObjectCreated:* rules: - prefix: someother/prefix
Run the command.
I could not figure out how to hook into the existing deploy behaviors built into Serverless.com's deploy command. So as a result you have to run a separate command AFTER you do
> sls deploy Serverless: Zipping service... Serverless: Uploading CloudFormation file to S3... Serverless: Removing old service versions... Serverless: Uploading .zip file to S3... Serverless: Updating Stack... Serverless: Checking stack update progress... .. Serverless: Deployment successful! Service Information service: service-name stage: stage region: region endpoints: None functions: someFunction: arn:aws:lambda:region:accountid:function:service-name-stage-someFunction > sls s3deploy Attaching event(s) to: someFunction Done.
Command line options
--alias: Use this option to specify the lambda function's alias to be set as the event handler. This is optional and if omitted, the lambda function without a qualifier will be used (the
$LATESTversion). Here's an example on how to use it:
> sls deploy --stage dev --alias dev > sls s3deploy --stage dev --alias dev > sls s3eventremove --stage dev --alias dev
The only one I see, and quite regularly during my testing, is a result of having the wrong bucket name configured in the serverless.yml, either in the IAM configuration providing permissions or in the function definition where I'm attaching the event. Make sure your bucket names are right.
If you are really stuck, open an issue at https://github.com/matt-filion/serverless-external-s3-event/issues
You can run test by running
yarn install yarn test