OpenDKP - AWS Lambdas
OpenDKP was developed over the course of several months as a passion project of mine. My primary goal was exposure to Amazon Web Services, as many components as I could. It started off as a simple AngularJS ap hosted in an S3 bucket, then grew to becoming a full fledged application with middle tier and backend provided by API Gateway and Lambdas.
I've always been a huge fan of .NET and this was also a great opportunity to work with .NET Core within the AWS environment.
Please do not leverage the source code you find in this repository as a standard or best practice. This was primarily a learning experience for integration into AWS and the overall design is piece meal over a long period of time. Given the opportunity to rebuild, as many engineers would say, I'd do things totally different!
Much refactoring is needed and any contributions are much appreciated
The following AWS components are required to be setup within your AWS account in order for these Lambdas to function appropriately
- API Gateway - You'll need to setup APIs pointing to each lambda
- RDS - I used a MySQL Micro RDS instance, the dbContext is within this source code for the structure of the DB
- IAM - You'll need the appropriate Identity & Access Management roles setup
- Cognito - Cognito handles our Users & Authorization
- Both UserPool & Federated Identity Providers will have to be setup
- DKP_ADMIN usergroup needs to be created as part of the UserPool for Administrators
- DKP_ADMIN must have a valid IAM role assigned to it for lambda execution
AWS API Gateway Installation
- Visit the ReadMe file in ./apigateway-exports directory
AWS RDS Instance Setup/Config
- Visit the README.ME file in ./database-schema directory
AWS Lambda Installation/Publishing
# clone the repo $ git clone https://github.com/Moncleared/OpenDKPLambdas.git
Open the OpenDKPLambdas.sln file with Visual Studio 201X
I personally use AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio 2017, this allows you to right click and publish Lambdas directly from VS. Alternatively, the ideal situation would be to create a build pipeline that upon commit builds and publishes lambdas for you.
Each Project represents one or more lambdas that should be published
Documentation will be developed and provided over time.
If you are interested in contributing back to this project, feel free to create pull requests. They will be reviwed and merged accordingly.
Moncleared (aka Moncs)
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