In this video, we continue the tutorials on the Jets Ruby Serverless Framework that adds Ruby support to AWS Lambda. We’ll cover background jobs in this video. Using background jobs is a typical pattern that offloads processing outside of the web request-response cycle. Users will not wait for web pages to load if it takes too long, so background jobs are an excellent technique to keep slower work outside of the request cycle.

Summary of What We’ll Cover

  • Explain What A Background Job Is
  • Create a Background Jo
  • Deploy the App to AWS Lambda
  • Explore the AWS CloudWatch Event Rule Console
  • See how to check how many times the Job has Ran
  • Check out CloudWatch Logs

More info

Jets Tutorial Series

Also, here’s source code from tutorial: tongueroo/jets-tutorial-crud