Introducing AWS Lambda Extensions (in Preview) — Lambda Extensions provides a mechanism to deeply integrate Lambda with monitoring, observability, and security tools. Extensions for systems and tools from folks like Epsagon, Hashicorp, Datadog, and other AWS tools are available from day one, but this looks set to grow over time. Extensions are can run in two modes: internally (as part of a Lambda’s runtime process) or externally (as separate processes but within the same execution environment as the Lambda function.)
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