So, I have this legacy project I am starting to hump into with my team. This is a AWS Lambda Python application (a bunch of Micro-services that inform various front-ends). So, when I asked how they integrated this with Github I immediately panicked: the answer was they don't.
I've been reading around and found several sources on how to do this (from a simple script inside Github to using Third-party platforms that do the job for you). So my question is now how, but more..
If this is not the way that real AWS Lambda developers work, how do they, then? I want git integration because our needs are:
- Developer to create PRs when they have new code (so everybody can review it)
- A way of handling the code and being able to roll back regressions.
- A clean way of storing the code different code versions
Is there something I am not seeing?