Our AWS Lambda function connector now supports syncing data using a S3 bucket. Now, when setting up the connector, you can select your Sync method and opt to Sync directly or Sync through S3 bucket. If you choose the Sync through S3 bucket method, your function must push the data in a valid JSON format. We sync the data from the S3 file instead of the function’s returned response. In the direct method, we sync the data we receive in the function’s returned response. For more information, see our Function request and response documentation.
We have added support for AWS PrivateLink connections to AWS Lambda. If you’re on a Business Critical plan, you can now opt to always connect using PrivateLink if your AWS Lambda function and destination are in the same AWS Region. For more information, see our AWS Lambda setup guide.
AWS Lambda is a serverless computing platform that runs code in response to events and automatically manages the compute resources required by that code.