Aws Lambda Service Level Agreement

You can read the full Service Level Agreement here. AWS Lambda is a compute service that executes your code in response to triggers and automatically manages compute resources for you, making it easy to create applications that react quickly to new information. This AWS Lambda Service Level Agreement („SLA“) is a guideline that governs the use of AWS Lambda („Lambda“) and applies separately to each account used by Lambda. In the event of any conflict between the terms of this SLA and the terms of the AWS Customer Agreement or any other agreement with us that governs your use of our services (the „Agreement“), the terms of this SLA apply, but only to the extent of such conflict. The wholesale terms used there, but not defined here, have the meaning defined in the agreement. AWS has released the Service Level Agreement (SLA) for AWS Lambda, the serverless computing platform used regularly by Steamhaus. This AWS Lambda Service Level Agreement („SLA“) is a guideline that governs the use of AWS Lambda („Lambda“) in accordance with the terms of the AWS Customer Agreement or another agreement with us governing your use of our services (the „Agreement“). This SLA applies separately to each account used by Lambda. Unless otherwise stated, this SLA is subject to the terms of the Agreement and the terms in majesty are of the importance set forth in the Agreement. We reserve the right to change the terms of this SLA in accordance with the Agreement. (iii) Your request protocols that document errors in your alleged defect (all confidential or confidential information contained in these protocols should be deleted or replaced with asterisks). . The function is available in all regions where AWS Lambda is available.

This SLA is now available in all regions where Lambda is available. For more information about where AWS Lambda is available, see the AWS Region Table. For more information about AWS Lambda, visit our product page. Service credits are calculated as a percentage of the total cost you paid (excluding one-time payments such as advances for reserve instances) for each inclusion service in the relevant AWS Region for the monthly billing cycle in which the downtime occurred on the following schedule. . . .