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Creating Amazon serverless workflows using Amazon SDK for JavaScript

You can create an Amazon serverless workflow by using Step Functions the Amazon SDK for Java and Amazon Step Functions. Each workflow step is implemented using an Amazon Lambda function. Lambda is a compute service that enables you to run code without provisioning or managing servers. Step Functions is a serverless orchestration service that lets you combine Lambda functions and other Amazon services to build business-critical applications.

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You can create Lambda functions in various programming languages. For this tutorial, Lambda functions implemented by using the Lambda Java API. For more information about Lambda, see What is Lambda.

In this tutorial, you create a workflow that creates support tickets for an organization. Each workflow step performs an operation on the ticket. This tutorial shows you how to use JavaScript to process workflow data. For example, you’ll learn how to read data that’s passed to the workflow, how to pass data between steps, and how to invoke Amazon services from the workflow.

Cost to complete: The Amazon services included in this document are included in the Amazon Free Tier.

Note: Be sure to terminate all of the resources you create while going through this tutorial to ensure that you’re no longer charged.