Amazon Lambda

AWS Lambda is a serverless computing platform that runs code only when needed.

AWS Lambda allows users to upload their code to the server and use it as a web service. Most uses of AWS Lambda involve running the code only when needed, which can be useful for tasks like processing images or transcoding videos.

AWS Lambda also manages the server resources required to execute the code on demand. This allows developers to focus on writing their code instead of managing infrastructure or scaling compute resources up or down.