Tutorial: Configuring a Lambda function to access MemoryDB in an Amazon VPC - Amazon MemoryDB for Redis
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Tutorial: Configuring a Lambda function to access MemoryDB in an Amazon VPC

In this tutorial you can learn how to:

  • Create a MemoryDB cluster in your default Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) in the us-east-1 region.

  • Create a Lambda function to access the cluster. When you create the Lambda function, you provide subnet IDs in your Amazon VPC and a VPC security group to allow the Lambda function to access resources in your VPC. For illustration in this tutorial, the Lambda function generates a UUID, writes it to the cluster, and retrieves it from the cluster..

  • Invoke the Lambda function manually and verify that it accessed the cluster in your VPC.

  • Clean up Lambda function, cluster, and IAM role that were setup for this tutorial.