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Stackery Support For NoSQL Tables
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | August 10, 2017

Stackery Support For NoSQL Tables
One piece of technology that goes hand-in-hand with serverless tech is NoSQL databases. They tend to be more granularly scalable, as their scaling mechanism is some form of “just throw more shards into it.” And with recent improvements, services like AWS DynamoDB even have auto-scaling support. Today, I’m pleased to announce Stackery support f...
Introducing Python Support
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | June 26, 2017

Introducing Python Support
I’m excited to announce support for Python in Stackery! Python is our third supported language, along with Node.js and .NET. Our Python support enables easy integration with all the other Stackery nodes, like Rest Apis, Docker Tasks, and Object Stores. Here’s a simple example Python function that takes in a request to the path /users/{name} an...
Introducing .NET Support
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | May 11, 2017

Introducing .NET Support
I’m super excited to announce our .NET support! We heard from many .NET shops that want to use serverless tech but were hesitant to do so because of a lack of mature tools to enable them. Now, Stackery fills this void. Let’s take a look at building a .NET stack. Start by adding a Function node to your stack, changing the runtime to .NET. Wh...
Introducing S3 Bucket Support
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | March 07, 2017

Introducing S3 Bucket Support
Stackery now supports Object Stores! On Amazon AWS, Object Stores map to S3 buckets. Support for Object Stores was the most frequently requested feature for Stackery, so we’re excited to make it available to customers. There are many serverless use cases that involve object stores. One common use case is a workflow where file uploads to an obje...
Introducing Redis Cache Cluster Support
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | March 01, 2017

Introducing Redis Cache Cluster Support
We are proud to release Cache Cluster support using Redis! Redis is an advanced in-memory key-value store that can be used for caching content and data. For example, Stackery itself uses Redis to cache authentication and account data to deliver fast responses from our Rest Api service. The addition of our Cache Cluster node continues our focus...

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