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Unsupported version of Node.js in AWS Lambda of Deep Security

    • Updated:
    • 12 Aug 2018
    • Product/Version:
    • Deep Security as a Service 2.0
    • Platform:
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Summary

Deep Security users may receive an email notification from AWS regarding the Lambda function that is configured to use Node.js version 4.3. The email contains the following subject:

AWS Lambda: Node.js v4.x is now EOL, please migrate your functions to a newer runtime version

Node.js version 4.3 is no longer supported as per AWS Lambda runtime support policy. Based on the email, it is recommended to upgrade the Lambda function runtime to version 8.10.

This article explains the AWS Lambda function and its connection to Deep Security.

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The AWS Lambda is created as part of the fast wizard in Deep Security as a Service. It was intended to create a connector, but it is no longer used in the current operations of our product.

Therefore, it can be deleted as well as the entire cloudformation stack used to deploy it.

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Solution Id:
1107747
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