Is AWS Lambda code isolated to others and how?

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Is AWS Lambda code isolated to others and how? I mean is my code isolated in AWS? How does this work? Can someone explain me the working?
Jan 21 in AWS by Rishab
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AWS Lambda functions execute in a container (sandbox) that isolates them from other functions and provides the resources, such as memory, specified in the function’s configuration. Each AWS Lambda function runs in its own isolated environment, with its own resources and file system view. AWS Lambda uses the same techniques as Amazon EC2 to provide security and separation at the infrastructure and execution levels.

answered Jan 21 by Fitinai

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