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WATCH — Stackery's CEO Reviews Our New Secure Delivery Capabilities
Team Stackery

Team Stackery | April 21, 2020

WATCH — Stackery's CEO Reviews Our New Secure Delivery Capabilities
Stackery is your secure platform for designing, developing, and delivering serverless applications that builds upon and reinforces the best practices of AWS. You may be already familiar with how we help teams with those serverless design and development challenges, but what about delivery? In addition to defining your environments in AWS, Stack...
Virtual Serverless Meetup Preview — 5 Questions with Andy Barnes
Gracie Gregory

Gracie Gregory | April 16, 2020

Virtual Serverless Meetup Preview — 5 Questions with Andy Barnes
Everyone is experiencing a lot of change and uncertainty in light of the current worldwide pandemic. While it’s painful to know that many folks are struggling with their health and front-line responders are putting themselves at risk to serve their communities, I must say the flexibility and open-mindedness to change in my corner of the world al...
ANNOUNCEMENT — Stackery Expands Serverless Security and Continuous Delivery Capabilities
Team Stackery

Team Stackery | April 14, 2020

ANNOUNCEMENT — Stackery Expands Serverless Security and Continuous Delivery Capabilities
Today, Stackery is announcing enhanced security and continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) capabilities that enable teams to automate delivery best practices from laptop to production. With additional audit capabilities, scoped IAM permissions, and secrets management for automated verification and deployment pipelines, Stackery helps teams ...
The Anatomy of a Secure Serverless Platform — Delivery
Ryan Coleman

Ryan Coleman | April 14, 2020

The Anatomy of a Secure Serverless Platform — Delivery
I recently joined Stackery from Puppet: a company that specializes in great automation software for the globe’s biggest enterprise IT operations teams. I had the privilege of learning from folks doing the best work of their life to automate the provisioning, configuration, and maintenance of infrastructure that enables teams of developers to mov...
The Anatomy of a Secure Serverless Platform, Pt. 2 — Development
Team Stackery

Team Stackery | April 08, 2020

The Anatomy of a Secure Serverless Platform, Pt. 2 — Development
Stackery’s secure serverless platform for AWS offers teams a key resource to help realize the promise of serverless – by automating otherwise complex infrastructure processes, we enable you to leverage the massive suite of AWS tools and services with minimal management overhead. Stackery’s serverless platform helps teams:   Increase sp...
A podcast we like — Bringing Traditional Tooling Services to Serverless
Gracie Gregory

Gracie Gregory | February 12, 2020

A podcast we like — Bringing Traditional Tooling Services to Serverless
Stackery gets an honorable mention this week on a Quantlayer podcast. The topic addressed is tooling for Serverless. The content covers multiple players in this space, and some aspects of the value they bring to the serverless environment: Helping ensure the appropriate security configuration Coordinating application deployments Monitori...
Top 10 Serverless Deployment Errors (and How to Fix Them)
Anna Spysz

Anna Spysz | February 06, 2020

Top 10 Serverless Deployment Errors (and How to Fix Them)
You know what they say: successful deploys are all alike; every unsuccessful deploy is unsuccessful in its own way (ok, no one actually says that, except engineers who have read way too much Russian literature, ahem). However, in the past few years we have witnessed some recurring deployment errors while helping customers on their serverless jo...
Best Practices Guide for Local Prototyping of Serverless Applications
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | January 27, 2020

Best Practices Guide for Local Prototyping of Serverless Applications
Local prototyping has become de rigueur for most web stack developers in the last few years. Even complex web backends are generally assumed to be emulatable from a developer’s laptop. But this assumption breaks down a bit as we explore the AWS platform in general. More specifically, serverless architecture challenges the system of local protot...

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