"Serverless Web Development with Python
Python and AWS Lambda" is a term that refers to building web applications using a combination of Python, a popular programming language, and AWS Lambda, a serverless compute service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Traditionally, web applications require you to set up and manage a server to host your application code and database. This can be time-consuming, expensive, and can limit your ability to scale your application. With serverless web development, however, you can build and deploy your application code without having to worry about managing servers. Instead, you simply upload your code to AWS Lambda, which handles the scaling and management of the underlying infrastructure for you.
Python is a popular programming language for serverless web development because of its simplicity, flexibility, and the vast number of libraries and frameworks available in the Python ecosystem. AWS Lambda supports Python as a runtime environment, which means you can write your application code in Python and deploy it to AWS Lambda.
By combining Python and AWS Lambda, you can build scalable and cost-effective web applications that can handle high traffic and demand. Additionally, AWS Lambda supports various event triggers, such as HTTP requests, database updates, and file uploads, which allows you to build responsive and dynamic web applications.