Step 1: To deploy the sample application - Amazon Simple Notification Service
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Step 1: To deploy the sample application

  1. Sign in to the Amazon Lambda console.

  2. On the navigation panel, choose Functions and then choose Create function.

  3. On the Create function page, do the following:

    1. Choose Browse serverless app repository, Public applications, Show apps that create custom IAM roles or resource policies.

    2. Search for fork-example-ecommerce-checkout-api and then choose the application.

  4. On the fork-example-ecommerce-checkout-api page, do the following:

    1. In the Application settings section, enter an Application name (for example, fork-example-ecommerce-my-app).

      • To find your resources easily later, keep the prefix fork-example-ecommerce.

      • For each deployment, the application name must be unique. If you reuse an application name, the deployment will update only the previously deployed Amazon CloudFormation stack (rather than create a new one).

    2. (Optional) Enter one of the following LogLevel settings for the execution of your application's Lambda function:

      • DEBUG

      • ERROR

      • INFO (default)

      • WARNING

  5. Choose I acknowledge that this app creates custom IAM roles, resource policies and deploys nested applications. and then, at the bottom of the page, choose Deploy.

On the Deployment status for fork-example-ecommerce-my-app page, Lambda displays the Your application is being deployed status.

In the Resources section, Amazon CloudFormation begins to create the stack and displays the CREATE_IN_PROGRESS status for each resource. When the process is complete, Amazon CloudFormation displays the CREATE_COMPLETE status.


It might take 20-30 minutes for all resources to be deployed.

When the deployment is complete, Lambda displays the Your application has been deployed status.