Function Compute supports one-way integrated triggers and two-way integrated triggers.
The one-way integrated triggers and two-way integrated triggers have the following differences:
- Two-way integrated triggers: You can configure triggers in both Function Compute and event source service if you use two-way integrated triggers.
- One-way integration triggers: You need to configure at the event source service only if you use one-way integration trigger.
Two-way integration trigger
|Trigger Name||Reference||Example links|
|OSS events triggers||OSS event trigger||Example for using OSS to trigger function compute|
|HTTP trigger||HTTP trigger||Build web servers based on HTTP triggers|
|Time trigger||Timer trigger||Example of using a time trigger|
|MNS topic triggers||MNS event trigger||Example of using an MNS topic trigger|
|TableStore triggers||TableStore trigger||none|
|CDN events trigger||CDN event trigger||Example of a CDN trigger|
|SLS triggers||SLS triggers||example of using an SLS trigger|
One-way integration trigger
|Trigger Name||Example Links|
|API Gateway triggers||API Gateway triggers|
|IoT triggers||IoT trigger|
|CloudMonitor triggers||CloudMonitor trigger|
|Alibaba Cloud Message Queue for Apache Kafka Connector triggers||Create a Function Compute sink connector|