cargo lambda deploy
This subcommand uploads functions to AWS Lambda. You can use the same command to create new functions as well as update existent functions code. This command assumes that your AWS account has permissions to call several lambda operations, like
lambda:updateFunctionCode. This subcommand also requires an IAM role with privileges in AWS Lambda.
When you call this subcommand, the function binary must have been created with the Build subcommand ahead of time. The command will fail if it cannot find the binary file.
This command automatically detects the architecture that the binary was compiled for, so you don't have to specify it.
The example below deploys a function that has already been compiled with the default flags:
cargo lambda deploy
If you run this command without any flags, Cargo Lambda will try to create an execution role with Lambda's default service role policy
Use the flag
--iam-role to provide a specific execution role for your function:
cargo lambda deploy --iam-role FULL_ROLE_ARN http-lambda
If you're updating the code in a function, you don't need to pass this flag again, unless you want to update the execution role for the function.
This subcommand can enable Lambda function URLs for your lambda. Use the flag
--enable-function-url when you deploy your function, and when the operation completes, the command will print the function URL in the terminal.
This flag always configures the function URL without any kind of authorization. Don't use it if you'd like to keep the URL secure.
The example below shows how to enable the function URL for a function during deployment:
cargo lambda deploy --iam-role FULL_ROLE_ARN --enable-function-url http-lambda
You can use the flag
--disable-function-url if you want to disable the function URL.
You can add environment variables to a function during deployment with the flags
--env-var allows you to pass several variables in the command like with the format
cargo lambda deploy \ --env-var FOO=BAR --env-var BAZ=QUX \ http-lambda
--env-file will read the variables from a file and add them to the function during the deploy. Each variable in the file must be in a new line with the same
cargo lambda deploy --env-file .env http-lambda
cargo-lambda can deploy Lambda Extensions built in Rust by adding the
--extension flag to the
deploy command. This command requires you to build the extension first with the same
--extension flag in the
cargo lambda build --release --extension cargo lambda deploy --extension
--help flag to see other options to configure the function's deployment.
If you modify a flag and run the deploy command twice for the same function, the change will be updated in the function's configuration in AWS Lambda.