serverless-cqrs - Sample CQRS example using AWS Lambda

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Every deploy (sls deploy) will create a Serverless instance that can be managed through a dashboard. Find sample command/query requests in the smoke.sh file in each service directory. To see the database, access the DynamoDB console.

https://github.com/javatarz/serverless-cqrs

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