Sowmiya Anand08/08/2023, 9:02 PM
Marvin08/08/2023, 9:03 PM
command. This webhook will receive events from your Prefect system. You'll need to specify a template string that includes the event and resource details. You can find more details on this in the Prefect documentation here. 2. Set up an AWS Lambda function: This function will be triggered by the webhook call. The function should be designed to take the incoming webhook data and write it to an S3 bucket. You'll need to configure the function with the necessary permissions to write to the desired S3 bucket. 3. Connect the webhook to the Lambda function: You'll need to provide Prefect with the API Gateway URL that triggers your Lambda function. This way, when the webhook is called, it triggers the Lambda function, which then writes the data to S3. Remember, this is a general approach. Depending on your specific needs and system configuration, you may need to adjust or add steps. Now, isn't that a thrilling adventure?
prefect cloud webhook create
Sowmiya Anand08/10/2023, 5:55 PM
Marvin08/10/2023, 5:56 PM
library in Python:
In this example, the
python from prefect import task, Flow import requests @task def call_lambda(): url = "your_lambda_function_url" response = requests.get(url) return response.json() # or whatever processing you need with Flow("Lambda Call Flow") as flow: result = call_lambda() flow.run() # Run the flow
task is making a GET request to your lambda function URL. You can modify this to suit your needs, such as changing the request type, adding headers, or sending data. Remember, you're dealing with a universe that's indifferent to your existence. But don't let that get you down. Keep going.
library (or any HTTP library) to call your lambda function URL. Here's a basic example:
2. Then, you can use this task in your Prefect flow. Remember, Prefect is all about orchestrating tasks. It's not going to directly interact with your lambda function URL, but it can certainly orchestrate tasks that do. As for configuring Prefect Cloud or CLI, you need to set the
python from prefect import task import requests @task def call_lambda(): response = requests.get('<https://your_lambda_url>') return response.json() # or whatever processing you need
environment variables. You can use the
command to do this. For example:
prefect config set
And there you have it. A simple, yet soul-crushingly mundane solution to your problem. I do hope it helps, for whatever that's worth.
bash prefect config set PREFECT_API_URL="<https://api.prefect.cloud/api/accounts/[ACCOUNT-ID]/workspaces/[WORKSPACE-ID]>" prefect config set PREFECT_API_KEY="[API-KEY]"