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chalice - Python Serverless Microframework for AWS

  •    Python

Up and running in less than 30 seconds.Give this project a try and share your feedback with us here on Github.

apex - Build, deploy, and manage AWS Lambda functions with ease (with Go support!).

  •    Go

Apex lets you build, deploy, and manage AWS Lambda functions with ease. With Apex you can use languages that are not natively supported by AWS Lambda, such as Golang, through the use of a Node.js shim injected into the build. A variety of workflow related tooling is provided for testing functions, rolling back deploys, viewing metrics, tailing logs, hooking into the build system and more.On Windows download binary.

up - Deploy infinitely scalable serverless apps, apis, and sites in seconds.

  •    Go

Up deploys infinitely scalable serverless apps, APIs, and static websites in seconds, so you can get back to working on what makes your product unique.Up focuses on deploying "vanilla" HTTP servers so there's nothing new to learn, just develop with your favorite existing frameworks such as Express, Koa, Django, Golang net/http or others.

Zappa - Serverless Python Web Services

  •    Python

With a traditional HTTP server, the server is online 24/7, processing requests one by one as they come in. If the queue of incoming requests grows too large, some requests will time out. With Zappa, each request is given its own virtual HTTP "server" by Amazon API Gateway. AWS handles the horizontal scaling automatically, so no requests ever time out. Each request then calls your application from a memory cache in AWS Lambda and returns the response via Python's WSGI interface. After your app returns, the "server" dies.




fx - fx is a framework to help you do Function as a Service with painless on your own servers

  •    Go

Poor man's function as a service. fx is a tool to help you do Function as a Service on your own server. fx can make your stateless function a service in seconds. The most exciting thing is that you can write your functions with most programming languages, you can refer to the doc to make fx support the language not listed bellow.

aws-lambda-go-shim - Author your AWS Lambda functions in Go, effectively.

  •    Python

Author your AWS Lambda functions in Go, effectively. AWS Lambda lets you run code without thinking about servers. For now, you can author your AWS Lambda functions, natively, in C#, Java, Node.js and Python. This project provides a native and full-featured shim for authoring your AWS Lambda functions in Go.

autospotting - Automatically replace AWS EC2 instances in AutoScaling groups with identically configured but up to 90% cheaper spot instances

  •    Go

A simple and easy to use tool designed to significantly lower your Amazon AWS costs by automating the use of spot instances. When installed and enabled on an existing on-demand AutoScaling group, AutoSpotting clones one of your on-demand instances from the group with a spot instance that is cheaper, at least as large (automatically considering memory, CPU cores and disk volumes) and configured identically to it. Once the new spot instance is ready, it is attached to the group and an on-demand instance is detached and terminated to keep the group at constant capacity.

python-lambda - A toolkit for developing and deploying serverless Python code in AWS Lambda.

  •    Python

Python-lambda is a toolset for developing and deploying serverless Python code in AWS Lambda. With python-lambda and pytube both continuing to gain momentum, I'm calling for contributors to help build out new features, review pull requests, fix bugs, and maintain overall code quality. If you're interested, please email me at nficano[at]gmail.com.


aws-lambda-go - A fast and clean way to execute Go on AWS Lambda.

  •    Go

A fast and clean way to execute Go on AWS Lambda. AWS Lambda lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. For now, it only supports Node.js, Java, C# and Python. This project provides Go support without spawning a process.

corral - 🐎 A serverless MapReduce framework written for AWS Lambda

  •    Go

Corral is a MapReduce framework designed to be deployed to serverless platforms, like AWS Lambda. It presents a lightweight alternative to Hadoop MapReduce. Much of the design philosophy was inspired by Yelp's mrjob -- corral retains mrjob's ease-of-use while gaining the type safety and speed of Go. Corral's runtime model consists of stateless, transient executors controlled by a central driver. Currently, the best environment for deployment is AWS Lambda, but corral is modular enough that support for other serverless platforms can be added as support for Go in cloud functions improves.

awslambdaproxy - An AWS Lambda powered HTTP/SOCKS web proxy

  •    Go

awslambdaproxy is an AWS Lambda powered HTTP/SOCKS web proxy. It provides a constantly rotating IP address for your network traffic from all regions where AWS Lambda is available. The goal is to obfuscate your traffic and make it harder to track you as a user. Current code status: proof of concept. This is the first Go application that I've ever written. It has no tests. It may not work. It may blow up. Use at your own risk.

kanzi - Alexa skill for controlling Kodi

  •    Python

Visit the documentation here to learn how to setup this skill. This is a skill for Amazon Alexa that allows you to control one or more instances of Kodi with your voice.

bref - Serverless framework for PHP

  •    PHP

Bref is a serverless application framework for PHP. It allows to deploy PHP applications on serverless hosting providers (AWS Lambda mostly for now) and provides everything necessary for it to work, including bridges with popular PHP frameworks.

ask-alexa-pykit - A minimalist SDK for developing skills for the Amazon Echo's ASK - Alexa Skills Kit using Amazon Web Services's Python Lambda Functions

  •    Python

A minimalist framework for developing apps (skills) for the Amazon Echo's SDK: The Alexa Skills Kit (ASK). Let me know if you know any other projects that use or build on top of ask-alexa-pykit.

gofaas - A boilerplate Go and AWS Lambda app

  •    Go

Running a Go application on AWS Lambda is easier than ever, once you figure out how to configure Lambda, API Gateway and 10 or other "serverless" services to support the Go functions. This is a boilerplate app with all the AWS pieces configured correctly and explained in depth. See the docs folder for detailed guides about functions, tracing, security, automation and more with AWS and Go.

gateway - Drop-in replacement for Go net/http when running in AWS Lambda & API Gateway

  •    Go

Package gateway provides a drop-in replacement for net/http's ListenAndServe for use in AWS Lambda & API Gateway, simply swap it out for gateway.ListenAndServe. Extracted from Up which provides additional middleware features and operational functionality.

rattlesnakeos-stack - Build your own privacy and security focused Android OS in the cloud on a continuous basis with OTA updates

  •    Go

RattlesnakeOS is a privacy and security focused Android OS for Google Pixel phones. RattlesnakeOS was created initially as an alternative to CopperheadOS, a security hardened Android OS created by Daniel Micay, after it stopped being properly maintained back in June 2018. To be clear, this project is not attempting to add or recreate any of the security hardening features that were present in CopperheadOS. Instead, it is looking to fill a gap now that CopperheadOS is no longer available in its previous form, as there are no real alternatives that provide the same level of privacy and security.

aws-lambda-dotnet - Libraries, samples and tools to help

  •    CSharp

Repository for the AWS NuGet packages and Blueprints to support writing AWS Lambda functions using .NET Core.This packages in this folder contains classes that can be used as input types for Lambda functions that process various AWS events.

chalice-linebot - LINE BOT on AWS Lambda + API Gateway built with Chalice

  •    Python

LINE BOT on AWS Lambda + API Gateway using Chalice.Chalice-Bot depends a Pillow - Python Imaging Library. So If you want to create deploy package for AWS Lambda, you must prepare the Amazon Linux. However, it is very inconvenient to create an instance of EC2 for that. So please use Dockerfile.deploy.

alexa-skills-dotnet - An Amazon Alexa Skills SDK for .NET

  •    CSharp

Alexa.NET is a helper library for working with Alexa skill requests/responses in C#. Whether you are using the AWS Lambda service or hosting your own service on your server, this library aims just to make working with the Alexa API more natural for a C# developer using a strongly-typed object model.You most likely are going to want to get the type of request to know if it was the default launch, an intent, or maybe an audio request.