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Lambdoku vs Cronyo: What are the differences?

Lambdoku: AWS Lambda with Heroku-like Experience. Heroku-like experience with AWS Lambdas; Cronyo: A simple CLI to manage your cron jobs on AWS. It provides A simple CLI to manage your cron jobs on AWS. In addition, it can instantly deploy a couple of super-simple, helpful and secure lambda functions to perform HTTP GET/POST requests for you. So if you need to trigger any webhooks on schedule, an AWS account and Cronyo is all you need.

Lambdoku and Cronyo belong to "AWS Tools" category of the tech stack.

Lambdoku is an open source tool with 577 GitHub stars and 18 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Lambdoku's open source repository on GitHub.

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What is Cronyo?

It provides A simple CLI to manage your cron jobs on AWS. In addition, it can instantly deploy a couple of super-simple, helpful and secure lambda functions to perform HTTP GET/POST requests for you. So if you need to trigger any webhooks on schedule, an AWS account and Cronyo is all you need.

What is Lambdoku?

Heroku-like experience with AWS Lambdas.

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