Cloud Endpoints enables you to develop, deploy, protect and monitor APIs based on the OpenAPI specification. Further, the API for your application can run on backends such as App Engine, Google Container Engine or Compute Engine.AWS Lambda can automatically run code in response to events in other AWS services. For example, you can configure an AWS Lambda function to fire when an object is added to an Amazon S3 bucket, when a notification comes into an Amazon SNS topic or to process records in a DynamoDB Stream.In this blog, we’ll create a Cloud Endpoints API and invoke it from an AWS Lambda function. You can download the complete source code for this sample from GitHub. Read on to learn how to implement this solution.
Setting up Cloud Endpoints
The first step toward implementing the solution is to deploy Cloud Endpoints APIs on App Engine flexible environment. GCP documentation contains excellent Quick
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