Read the accompanying blog post to this project.
Since we still cannot have native Rust (or WebAssembly for that matter) on AWS [email protected], we have to come up with our own solution. Here I present mine: using the AWS Lambda Node.js enviroment to execute our Wasm blob generated from Rust code.
make build make call make zip # upload to your AWS Lambda and attach it to a CloudFront distribution (as viewer request trigger) # check the Cloudwatch logs in the regions you made requests # be happy - Have a nice day!
This demo doesn't do anything fancy. In fact, it does not alter the request at all and only passes it through as-is.
The function will make a few log statements, check the Cloudwatch logs in the regions you received requests for your CloudFront distribution.
This setup is good to test for the baseline performance.
After the cold-start some requests later the function duration should be around 1 to 2 ms.
Depending on the region and where you are, this translates to 40 to 50 ms in request latency for a small static asset, while without any trigger attached the same request would take around 25 ms.
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