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Asynchronous HTTP requests to AWS Lambda API endpoints
'''
Non-blocking concurrent requests to AWS Lambda API endpoints
with Python asyncio and aiohttp
HOW TO:
1. Prepare a list of invocation parameters:
requests = [
{
'function_name': 'your-lambda-function',
'payload': {
'hello': 'world',
},
},
{
'function_name': 'yet-another-function',
'payload': {
'foo': 'bar',
},
]
2. Call the invoke_all method:
results = invoke_all(
requests=requests,
region='us-east-1', # Any valid AWS region
)
3. Results will be returned in the same order of requests
Credits to Mathew Marcus (2019)
https://www.mathewmarcus.com/blog/
http://archive.is/nXkCb
'''
import asyncio
import json
import os
from typing import Dict, List
import urllib
import aiohttp
from botocore import session, awsrequest, auth
LAMBDA_ENDPOINT = 'https://lambda.{region}.amazonaws.com/2015-03-31/functions'
AWS_CREDENTIALS = session.Session().get_credentials()
def sign_headers(*, url: str, payload: Dict):
'''Sign AWS API request headers'''
segments = urllib.parse.urlparse(url).netloc.split('.')
service = segments[0]
region = segments[1]
request = awsrequest.AWSRequest(
method='POST',
url=url,
data=json.dumps(payload),
)
auth.SigV4Auth(AWS_CREDENTIALS, service, region).add_auth(request)
return dict(request.headers.items())
async def invoke(*, url: str, payload: Dict, session):
'''Invoke a Lambda function'''
signed_headers = sign_headers(url=url, payload=payload)
async with session.post(url, json=payload, headers=signed_headers) \
as response:
return await response.json()
def run_invocations(
*,
requests: List,
base_url: str,
session,
async: bool,
):
for request in requests:
method = 'invoke-async' if async is True else 'invocations'
url = os.path.join(base_url, request['function_name'], method)
yield invoke(url=url, payload=request['payload'], session=session)
def invoke_all(
*,
requests: List,
region: str = 'us-east-1',
async: bool = False,
):
base_url = LAMBDA_ENDPOINT.format(region=region)
async def wrapper():
async with aiohttp.ClientSession(raise_for_status=True) as session:
invocations = run_invocations(
requests=requests,
base_url=base_url,
session=session,
async=async,
)
return await asyncio.gather(*invocations)
loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
results = loop.run_until_complete(wrapper())
return results
The code in this gist (async_lambda.py) is licensed under the following terms:
MIT License
Copyright (c) 2019 Renato Byrro
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boto3>=1.9.183
aiohttp>=3.5.4
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Zafer83 commented Apr 13, 2020

Hi i am new in python so can you explain me how i install the xlibs ? pip shows me an xlib library but not an xlibs.
from xlibs import constants
thanks in advance

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byrro commented Apr 17, 2020

Hi i am new in python so can you explain me how i install the xlibs ? pip shows me an xlib library but not an xlibs.
from xlibs import constants
thanks in advance

Hi @Zafer83, I cleaned it up. I actually had this script in another project and forgot to remove this import when I extracted as a gist. Sorry about that, it's fixed now. Thanks for pointing it out!

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