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Local AWS Lambda Development For All
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | July 25, 2019

Local AWS Lambda Development For All
Starting today, we are extending the AWS SAM CLI for any developer to locally debug and develop any Lambda function, in any language or framework, against the full environment of live cloud resources with any IDE, for free. You don’t even need a Stackery account. This capability can be obtained by installing the Stackery CLI either automa...
Setting up a proper serverless development workflow
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | May 29, 2019

Setting up a proper serverless development workflow
If you’ve built a serverless application or two, you’re probably familiar with the benefits of serverless architecture. You take advantage of already built, managed cloud services to handle standard application requirements like authentication, storage, compute, API gateways, and a long list of other infrastructure needs. You can spin up these r...
How to Serverless Locally: The Serverless Dev Workflow Challenge
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | April 24, 2019

How to Serverless Locally: The Serverless Dev Workflow Challenge
Editor’s note: In July, we announced the ability to locally debug and develop any Lambda function, in any language or framework, against live cloud resources with any IDE, for free. You don’t even need a Stackery account! Take a look at this post from Sam to learn more about this exciting feature of Stackery. One of the biggest challenges whe...
Why Serverless
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | January 14, 2019

Why Serverless
It’s a new decade and we’re moving on a number of exciting initiatives at Stackery, but I continue to be humbled by the opportunities, serverless users/enthusiasts, and audiences who are interested in hearing my story! Q1 is off to a busy start for me. I have a number of international talks planned and I have been working hard to continue to le...
Lambda Layers & Runtime API: More Modular, Flexible Functions
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | November 29, 2018

Lambda Layers & Runtime API: More Modular, Flexible Functions
Lambda layers and runtime API are two new feature of AWS Lambda which open up fun possibilities for customizing the Lambda runtime and enable decreased duplication of code across Lambda functions. Layers lets you package up a set of files and include them in multiple functions. Runtime API provides an API for interacting with the Lambda servic...
Serverless Secrets:  The Three Things Teams Get Wrong
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | November 07, 2018

Serverless Secrets: The Three Things Teams Get Wrong
Database passwords, account passwords, API keys, private keys, other confidential data… A modern cloud application with multiple microservices is filled with confidential data that needs to be separated and managed. In the process of researching how we would improve and automate secrets management for Stackery customers, I found much of what y...
Product Update: Accelerating Existing Serverless Projects
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | October 25, 2018

Product Update: Accelerating Existing Serverless Projects
We love helping serverless teams accelerate and manage projects and environments regardless of whether they started with Stackery or not. We’ve recently made improvements to importing projects and code for AWS SAM, Serverless Framework, and Gitlab. Here are the details: Extending Stackery Capabilities to Serverless Framework We’ve extended S...
Stackery’s Quickstart Just Got Quicker—and More Useful
Anna Spysz

Anna Spysz | October 15, 2018

Stackery’s Quickstart Just Got Quicker—and More Useful
If you’ve been over to our documentation site lately, you may have noticed some changes. We’ve got a new look and some new tutorials, but the latest upgrade is our new Quickstart tutorial. While the first version of our Quickstart just got you up and running with Stackery, version 2.0 also has you deploying a static HTML portfolio page to an AP...

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