Create Magento lambda function. And configure VPC setting to have accesses to the same AWS resources as EC2 Magento Web Nodes has.
Enter Function Name somethin like “ProductAPI” -> Press “Create Function”
Setup VPC Network settings:
Import function to Cloud9 code editor. Without Cloud9 you need to swallow a lot of dust to upload code and debug function. feature Cloud9 provides:
- Create a new function from within your environment, uploading the local version of the function to Lambda, and optionally creating additional AWS resources to support the new function at the same time.
- Run and debug a function and its related API in your environment, running the function and API completely within the environment.
- Run the remote version of a function and its related API within your environment, running the remote version completely within Lambda and API Gateway.
- Import an existing function in Lambda into your environment, so that you can run and debug the function and its related API, edit the code, or both.
- Upload changes you make to the local version of the function code to the remote version in Lambda.
You can also create lambda function from Cloud 9 but it has fewer settings(VPC) than AWS web interface.
Create Lambda with Cloud9 ->AWS Resources->Add Lambda
Ok let’s go.
We also should open MySQL port access in the Securety Groop getting to our Magento RDS. You can also use IAM Role authentification. Whatever you want.
Cloud Nine to an existed instance via SHH
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