Google Cloud Function is a compute service from Google that enables you to run code in response to events, without needing to deploy or maintain a separate infrastructure.
Google Cloud Function is very similar to AWS Lambda. Both services offer compute power in the cloud, event-driven programming, and the ability to run code without needing to provision or manage servers.
However, there are some key differences. For example, AWS Lambda offers a higher degree of flexibility in terms of how code is written, while Google Cloud Function is designed for more straightforward use.
Additionally, AWS Lambda is more expensive than Google Cloud Function, but this may not be the case for all applications.