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Migrating Spring Boot Applications to AWS Lambda

Creating a zipped Spring Boot Fat Jar

To create a bootable jar file for Spring Boot Maven or Gradle, you can follow the instructions here:
If you are using Docker, you can see the instructions for Lambda Container Images on this page:

Adding Thundra APM

We recommend adding Thundra Agent as a Lambda Layer. You can see more about how to do this on this page:

Thundra Integration and Necessary Configuration

Required Steps
Step 1: Set your Lambda's runtime to Custom Runtime
Step 2: Set your Lambda's handler to io.thundra.agent.container.springboot2.ContainerHandler
Step 3: Set the THUNDRA_AGENT_LAMBDA_CONTAINER_SPRINGBOOT_APP_ARTIFACT environment variable to your application name, e.g. petclinic.jar.
Important Note about Step 3
In this step, you must put your jar file into a separate zip file and upload that to AWS that way. Otherwise, if you upload the jar directly, AWS will extract the jar file itself which will break the integration.
Optional Steps
Step 4: Set the THUNDRA_AGENT_LAMBDA_JVM_OPTIMIZEFORFASTSTARTUP environment variable to true . This is because we want the Lambda runtime JVM process to start with the configured VM arguments that are optimized for a fast start-up. See our documentation on this issue.
Step 5: Set the THUNDRA_AGENT_LAMBDA_REPORT_CLOUDWATCH_ENABLE environment variable to true . This is to report the collected telemetry data over AWS CloudWatch asynchronously. Beware that when you enable CloudWatch, you also have to set up the CloudWatch adapters. Make sure to checkout our documentation on this issue.
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Creating a zipped Spring Boot Fat Jar
Adding Thundra APM
Thundra Integration and Necessary Configuration