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AWS Lambda

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Version: 2015-03-31


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Description

Lambda Overview This is the Lambda API Reference. The Lambda Developer Guide provides additional information. For the service overview, see What is Lambda, and for information about how the service works, see Lambda: How it Works in the Lambda Developer Guide.

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