1. Choose an AWS Lambda runtime for your function. You can use an official runtime provided by AWS, such as Node.js, Python, Java, or .NET Core, or you can bring your own runtime if it is available on Amazon Linux 2.
2. Create an IAM role with the necessary permissions to invoke your Lambda function. Make sure the role has access to Amazon CloudWatch Events and the Lambda service
3. Add the CloudWatch Event rule to invoke your Lambda function. Set the rule to run at the frequency you choose
4. Attach the IAM role to the Lambda function
5. Test if the Lambda function runs as expected
6. You can monitor the execution of your Lambda function in Cloudwatch Logs and troubleshoot any errors that occur.
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