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GitLab to AWS Lambda

This Bridge configures a GitLab event source to receive events from GitLab when a particular event happens in a repository, then the event is used to trigger the execution of a function in AWS Lambda. The AWS Lambda that gets executed is defined by its ARN. You will need to store the proper AWS API credentials in a secret for this Bridge to run.

How it works
What you’ll need
  1. GitLab account
  2. AWS Lambda
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