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DevRel @ IOpipe. Robotics Author and Maker. Yells at robots occasionally.

We work with AWS Lambda a lot at IOpipe (unsurprisingly), and we’ve found that new Lambda users often have common questions and problems. We figured a great way to address this was a blog series that talks about these common problems and questions, to share knowledge and hopefully learn a thing or two ourselves along the way! Our first post focuses on running Lambda functions concurrently — meaning running the same Lambda function more than once at any given time.

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. But what effects do concurrent calls have on your app? Should you be worried about the when and how many of your app’s Lambda calls?

Short answer: To see why, let’s take a look at what happens when a lambda function is called concurrently:

Every concurrent invocation of a Lambda function uses its own container. If you run out of “warm” containers (containers already spun up to run that Lambda), each concurrent invocation results in a cold start, adversely affecting performance.

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, which can cause ENI exhaustion across your app in cases of spike traffic. It is unclear at the time of this writing if there is a way to schedule multiple containers to use one physical machine and re-use ENIs, which might alleviate this problem.

Speaking of spike traffic, containers are reaped around every 4.5 minutes as of this writing, which means erratic spike traffic to your Lambdas could mean a litany of cold starts every spike. As we mentioned before, this can have adverse effects on your Lambda app performance.

Concurrency issues can also depend on the other AWS services you use: for instance, pull-model event sources, such as AWS Kinesis, force concurrency — each shard of a Kinesis Stream will warm or consume a Lambda container. This makes observing your Lambda app from a full-scale view even more crucial as the popularity of Serverless causes developers to use new tools and services

But how do I avoidthis?

One architectural solution is to batch-process with Lambda functions — use a stream for your events, and use the Lambda function once every set number of events instead of every event, reducing the need for concurrency.

Overall, the lesson here is to Take a look at this article on Lambda best practices to learn more.

This post is part 1 of a 5-part series on Things You Should Know about AWS Lambda. Tune in next week as we tackle the question “Can Lambda Run Out of Network Resources?”

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Interior view of atrium and bamboo planters, September 1992.

A large entrance atrium is located in the middle of the building, with an exterior glass wall facing Columbus Circle. The roof of the atrium is tinted glass supported by a space frame. The inner walls of the atrium are lined with floor-to-ceiling glass, affording natural light into the interior offices. The focus of the atrium is two large circular plantings of tall and low evergreen bamboos, which provide year-round visual interest.

Stone-clad wings were designed to recall the heavy columns and arches that are conspicuous elements of Union Station. Nowhere are classical moldings or carvings to be found, but the scale, rhythm, and sculptural qualities of the granite facade and its low dome (actually a mechanical penthouse) suggest a polite and deferential relationship with its grand neighbor.

The Architect of the Capitol's (AOC) Supreme Court Jurisdiction is responsible for building and grounds maintenance, historic preservation, structural and mechanical care, alterations, design, and construction of new facilities. All duties and work required for the care and custody of the Supreme Court building and the Thurgood Marshall building are performed under the direction of the Marshal of the Supreme Court and the AOC Facility Manager's Office.

The Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building is an administrative center for the federal court system located adjacent to Union Station. Its construction completed the spacial enclosure of Columbus Circle and was considered a long overdue complement to the city's train station and post office. In federal ownership since the 1920s, the site prior to the building's construction had been a parking lot.

In 1985, Architect of the Capitol George White was authorized to begin studying the possibility of providing an office building for the federal courts. He invited the country's leading architects and developers to submit proposals for the new building; they were to present ideas combining architectural solutions with creative financing options to "minimize or eliminate initial capital investment by the United States through the use of public-private partnerships or non governmental sources of financing." The invitation was an innovative scheme to provide the judicial branch with a first-class building without resorting to the usual appropriation process.

Financial and real-estate consultants were retained to advise the Architect of the Capitol in matters relating to market analysis, cost evaluation, business deal structure, and implementation. Forty-three development firms were contacted, of which nineteen indicated an interest in the project. From this list, five developer-architect teams were asked to submit proposals. A jury unanimously selected the team of Edward Larraby Barnes/John M. Y. Lee Partners as the architects and Boston Properties as the developer. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist approved the selection on January 13, 1989.