On May 25th, 2022, AWS announced the end of support for Node.js 12.x in the AWS SDK starting from November 1st, 2022. Existing Lambda functions based on Node.js 12.x will continue to run according to the AWS runtime deprecation policy however, to ensure you continue to run on a supported and secure environment it is recommended to upgrade all existing Lambda functions to the newer versions.
Typically AWS is deprecating Lambdas runtime in the following two phases as described here:
- After the end of support date, AWS customers will no longer be able to create new functions using the runtime, but for at least 30 days, they can continue to update existing functions that use the deprecated runtime.
- After the above stage, AWS customers will no longer be able to create or update functions, which use the runtime, however, functions will continue to process invocation events.
Sumo Logic has already updated all SAM applications, CloudFormation templates, and AWS Lambda blueprints with the Node.js 14.x or 16.x runtime environment.
For more information on latest release of SumoLogic Lambda functions and instructions on how to upgrade the functions see our documentation.
For the AWS Observability users we have released an minor 2.5.1 version including the runtime updates of Lambda functions. For more information on how to update AWS Observability to the latest version, see Update AWS Observability Stack.