Rusoto, an AWS SDK for Rust, is now compatible with std::future::Future in a beta release, v0.43.0-beta.1.
This comes shortly after merging Rusoto’s async/.await pull request, which is likely the biggest change to Rusoto since shattering the mega-crate.
If you are using Rusoto today, please help us test this release, file issues if it doesn’t work, and tell us in Discord or email me if it does.
Three separate contributors brought Rusoto forward to modern Rust, and several others made additional contributions to improve the ergonomics of using the SDK. Thanks so much to everybody working on Rusoto.
I have recently started digging deeper into Amazon Web Services (AWS), and particularly into serverless lambda functions. After a few successful experiments with Python, I started wondering how hard it would be to get this stack running with Rust. Turns out, it wasn’t too hard after I had overcome a few of the initial hurdles which mostly consisted of figuring out how the different parts work together under the hood. This article is intended to serve as a guide on how to write serverless AWS lambda functions in Rust and how to deploy them onto Amazon Web Services.
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