Backstage AWS Lambda Plugin

See AWS Lambda functions for your components in Backstage

Created by Roadie

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Installation steps

Before you start please make sure that you installed @roadiehq/backstage-plugin-aws-auth plugin first.

Install the plugin into Backstage.

yarn add @roadiehq/backstage-plugin-aws-lambda

Add Card to your Backstage catalog pages.

// packages/app/src/components/catalog/EntityPage.tsx
import {
} from '@roadiehq/backstage-plugin-aws-lambda';
// ...
const OverviewContent = ({ entity }: { entity: Entity }) => (
  <Grid container spacing={3} alignItems="stretch">
      <EntitySwitch.Case if={isAWSLambdaAvailable}>
        <Grid item md={6}>
          <EntityAWSLambdaOverviewCard />

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How it looks

A screenshot of the AWS Lambda. It is showing a AWS Lambda function details for a sample component.

Things to know


In order to perform requests to AWS lambda plugin you must install @roadiehq/backstage-plugin-aws-auth backend plugin.

Then ask backend for temporary credentials via /api/aws/credentials.

You can select what functions will be shown in the table using your yaml config file:

  annotations: HelloWorld us-east-1

Repository migration notice (June/July 2021)

In order to make testing and deployment of our plugins easier we are migrating all Roadie plugins to a monorepo at

The plugins will still be published to the same place on NPM and will have the same package names so nothing should change for consumers of these plugins.

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