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[Announcement] The AWS Lambda console now supports the option to share test events between developers

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Developers can now share test events with other developers in their AWS account. Test events provide developers the ability to define a sample event in the Lambda console, and then invoke a Lambda function using that event to test their code. Previously, test event were only available to the developers who created them. With this launch, developers can make test events available to other team members in their AWS account using granular IAM permissions. This capability makes it easier for developers to collaborate and streamline testing workflows. It also allows developers to use a consistent set of test events across their entire team.

Access the AWS Lambda console to get started. To learn more about sharing test events, review our documentation (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/lambda/latest/dg/testing-functions.html).

The capability to share AWS Lambda Test Events is based on Amazon EventBridge Schemas. This capability is available in the regions where AWS Lambda and Amazon EventBridge are available. For more information on availability, please see the AWS Region table (https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/global-infrastructure/regional-product-services/).

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