Something best for startup project
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
April 24, 2019

Something best for startup project

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with AWS Lambda

We use AWS Lambda and other AWS services for a couple of projects. "Vacation Tracker" project uses the most AWS services. We also use AWS Lambda for Slack Bot, API and notifications. In DynamoDB for DB, we use SNS, SQS, and other AWS services. We saved a lot of time writing the API with AWS Lambda not needing BackEnd programmers. All programmers are Full Stack.
It's an easy way to create API for mockup of the product. It's cheap for a startup product. And, with Claudia JS you can create APIs very fast. With the Claudia Bot Builder, you can create a bot for Slack, Facebook, Viber, and more.
  • No servers to manage.
  • Pay per use.
  • Do not need to be worried about scaling.
  • Faster development cycles.
  • Logs do not load fast.
  • Max 3GB RAM.
  • Pay per use
  • Faster development cycles
  • Less developer for backend part
Work fast with DynamoDB, SNS, SQS and other AWS services.
Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS), Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), Amazon CloudWatch
It's good for a startup project because you do not need to spend too much money for the server and DevOps teams. With AWS Lambda, you do not need to worry about server managing, scaling, or managed infrastructure. It's free for 1 million requests per month, fewer developers are needed for the backend part, and it has fast deployment.

AWS Lambda Feature Ratings

Ease of building user interfaces
7
Scalability
10
Platform management overhead
10
Workflow engine capability
9
Platform access control
8
Services-enabled integration
8
Development environment creation
9
Development environment replication
9
Issue monitoring and notification
9
Issue recovery
8