What does event represent in AWS Lambda?

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What does event represent in AWS Lambda? Can someone explain me about event?

What is it going to represent in Lambda?
Jan 24, 2019 in AWS by Rishab
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The Events that are passed to Lambda function as event input parameter. For event sources where events arrive in batches, such as Amazon SQS and Amazon DynamoDB Streams, the event parameter may contain multiple events in just a single call, based on the batch size that you request. Hence in sort you can say that Events are the function passed as a input to the lambda function.

answered Jan 25, 2019 by Esha

edited Jan 25, 2019

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