Why? One would imagine that we could compile our Python, Node, or Java projects into a ZIP file and upload them to AWSm Lambda without issue. Unfortunantly AWS Lambda’s execution environment stipulates everything should be compiled in the runtime environment. Makes sense - compile under the same criteria you’re running under.
When I did this manually my workflow was:
Create an Amazon Linux instance Install git Commit code SSH into EC2 instance and do a git pull master Run a shell script to package my Python code and deploy it to AWS Lambda Pretty manual process - and I totally forgot to turn off my ‘build’ EC2 instance - accruing some charges for idling.