• 02 Jun 2023
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AWS Lambda is a serverless computing service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Users create Lambda Functions, self-contained applications are written in one of the supported languages and runtimes, and upload them to AWS Lambda, which executes those Functions in an efficient and flexible manner.

The Lambda Functions can perform any kind of computing task, from serving web pages and processing streams of data to calling APIs and integrating with other AWS services. For more information, refer to AWS Lambda.

Lambda Steps

To run the Lambda Steps, it is mandatory to follow the following prerequisite:

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Module provides pre-built Flow Steps that allow users to invoke a Function that processes an Event. These steps can be found in the Flow Designer at Toolbox > Integrations > Amazon AWS > LAMBDA.


Currently, there are 2 steps under Lambda:

Step NameDescription
Run Lambda Function with Data
Allows you to execute a Lambda Function while providing it with specific payload data in JSON format. This enables you to pass information or parameters which can be used by the Lambda Function during its execution.
Run Lambda FunctionAllows triggering the execution of a specific Lambda Function.
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For detailed information on Step Configuration, refer to the Step article on Lambda.

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