Today we’re happy to announce ControlMonkey’s support for importing AWS Lambda functions into Terraform in seconds!
AWS Lambda function is a small, single-purpose function that can be run in the cloud without the need to provision or manage servers used in serverless architectures.
In a serverless architecture, managing various moving parts can be a difficult task, especially when dealing with dozens or hundreds of Lambda functions with multiple configurations and setting variations.
However, when managing Lambda functions with Terraform, it is easier for the DevOps and R&D teams to keep track of their Lambda functions, their configurations and also to identify drifts and discrepancies in their settings.
Manually importing Lambda functions into Terraform can be a tiresome and error-prone task. Moreover, if there are hundreds of functions that need to be imported, it can consume a significant amount of time.