[FOLLOW UP QUESTION TO #5885]
We've read a best practices of using node driver here https://docs.datastax.com/en/developer/nodejs-driver/4.5/coding-rules/
It says "Only use one
Client instance per keyspace or use a single Client and explicitly specify the keyspace in your queries and reuse it in across your modules in the application lifetime."
In theory, how bad is that we basically have a lot of connections per AWS Keyspace because we are using serverless(AWS lambdas)? Because for example if we have some "Posts" entity and it has near 20 endpoints for different manipulations(CRUD + some extra methods). In AWS Lambda it means that we have at least 20 connections per Keyspace, not saying about that Lambda is some sort of container with cold/warm start.