lambdaws - Deploy, run and get results from Amazon AWS Lambda in a breeze

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Using Amazon's Lambda Service, Lambdaws cloudifies any JavaScript function — including existing libraries — with no extra code. It removes the friction you get when using AWS Lambda directly. The goal of Lambdaws is to make it trivial to build highly scalable, highly available applications. λ takes an inline asynchronous function and deploy it to AWS Lambda. If you call cloudedCalculator it will run in the cloud.

https://github.com/mentum/lambdaws

Dependencies:

MD5 : ^1.2.1
aws-sdk : ^2.0.30
cloudwatch-logs-hose : 0.0.2
commander : ^2.6.0
dotenv : ^0.5.1
extend : ^2.0.0
node-zip : ^1.1.0
q : ^1.1.2
rx : ^2.3.20
uuid : ^2.0.1

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