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aws-serverless-java-container - A Java wrapper to run Spring, Jersey, Spark, and other apps inside AWS Lambda

  •    Java

The aws-serverless-java-container is collection of interfaces and their implementations that let you run Java application written with frameworks such as Jersey or Spark in AWS Lambda.The library contains a core artifact called aws-serverless-java-container-core that defines the interfaces and base classes required as well as default implementation of the Java servlet HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse. The library also includes two initial implementations of the interfaces to support Jersey apps (aws-serverless-java-container-jersey) and Spark (aws-serverless-java-container-spark).

aws-lambda-servlet - AWS Lambda adapter for Java's Servlets (and Jersey in particular, JAX-RS implementation)

  •    Java

The idea behind this little adapter is to have a way of running APIs implemented in Java on AWS Lambda. This apadater basically takes the incoming Lambda Event and transform it to an HTTP Servet Request and pass it directly to the given servlet. No http server is used in this process. Then you just deploy ExampleAdapter as a Lambda function and expose it through API Gateway.

jrestless - Run JAX-RS applications on AWS Lambda using Jersey

  •    Java

JRestless allows you to create serverless applications using JAX-RS. JRestless is a framework allowing you to build serverless JAX-RS applications or rather to run JAX-RS applications in FasS (Function as a Service) environments like AWS Lambda. This is achieved by providing a generic Jersey container that handles requests in the form of POJOs. For each FaaS environment there is a separate module acting as an integration layer between the actual environment and the generic Jersey container.

jrestless-examples - JRestless Examples

  •    Java

This repository contains examples for JRestlesss. JRestless does not depend on the serverless framework but it simplifies the necessary AWS configuration tremendously. So all examples contain a serverless configuration and the installation descriptions assume you have serverless installed and configured.