On December 31, 2019 the Node community will stop support for Node.js 8.x and will provide no further bug fixes, improvements or security updates after this date. In order to ensure you continue to run on a supported and secure runtime environment, AWS recommends updating to a more recent runtime version and will be deprecating the Node.js 8.x runtime in the following two stages.
- Starting on January 6, 2019 AWS customers will no longer be able to create new functions using the Node.js 8.x runtime.
- Starting on February 3, 2020 AWS customer will no longer be able to update functions, which use the Node.js 8.x runtime, however, functions will continue to process invocation events.
Sumo Logic has validated that there are no compatibility issues with the running of existing functions under the Node.js 10.x runtime.
Sumo Logic has already updated all SAM applications, existing CloudFormation templates and AWS Lambda blueprints (“sumologic-process-logs”) with the Node.js 10 or Node.js 12 runtime and we recommend re-deploying these new functions as they fix all deprecation warnings.