# Lambda Overview
Our Lambda console allows you to effectively control your Lambda system. Whether it is by quickly changing environment variables, seeing what is connected to each lambda, or testing out the actual connections, we have you covered.
AWS Lambda lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. You pay only for the compute time you consume - there is no charge when your code is not running. With Lambda, you can run code for virtually any type of application or backend service - all with zero administration. Just upload your code and Lambda takes care of everything required to run and scale your code with high availability. You can set up your code to automatically trigger from other AWS services or call it directly from any web or mobile app.
# Commandeer Key Features
- View and Edit Environment Variables
- Environment history for rollbacks
- View and filter triggers to other services such as S3, SNS, SQS
- Delete Lambdas
- Test Lambdas
- Invoke Lambdas and view logs
- API Gateway Tester
- Dynamo Tester
- S3 Tester
- SNS Tester
- SQS Tester
- Upload Serverless templates
# Helpful Links
# Lambda Side Navigation
The lambda section is broken down into the Lambdas that you have as well as any Layers. Each Lambda then has information about it's IAM Role, its Invocation Logs, and and triggers that are connected to it. In the example below you can see the details of one of the Lambdas.
# Lambda Dashboard
Drilling into the main dashboard for the lambdas, you are presented with a table or card view of all of your lambdas.
The dashboard allows you to see the total number of lambdas, as well as the number of triggers you have. In addition to it, you can filter your lambdas by name and by the trigger type. Filtering by trigger type is especially useful if you have many lambdas in your system, some serving your external API requests, and others doing some background processing. Here you can see the list of currently supported triggers.
Clicking on the refresh button refreshes the lambda information. You can toggle between the table view and the card view on the left. Last but not least, the
Show Tags switch allows you to see the tags for each lambda in the list.