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Discussion on: Deploying a Django project on AWS Lambda using Serverless (Part 1)

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Kostja

Hey. Thanks for the response.

I don't honestly care about json vs yaml. I mean i will not go in a holywar abou it :D but probably yaml is more human readable.

Anyway, the whole question was to make sure if i am missing out on not looking hard into the Serverless framework, maybe it is somehow superior to Zappa or anything like that.

From what I understand it is not and both are just possible options, if I understood you right. Thanks again.

Now about async stuff.

If a function is wrapped in a Zappa @task, then when it is called it checks if it is called in lambda environment. in this case it invokes a lambda function goes on.

So this invocation on cold dev/staging environment(when there are no concurrent requests, for example when only one me playing with the app) it takes quite a while to invoke it. But it feels that it gets faster once at least 2-3 people work with the app in parallel.

Anyway. Thanks again for the post!
Great work!

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Vadim Khodak Author

Thank you for the feedback.

In Serverless you also can call another Lambda function from Django Lambda. But I think it is a bit more complex than just @task decorator. There are a lot of plugins for Serverless framework. One of them serverless-plugin-warmup. It can help you to keep warm your lambdas.