Serverless with Confidence

Experience cloudside development with Stackery – select and configure services, develop Lambdas locally against live AWS services and manage your serverless apps from pipeline to production.

The Professional and Safe Path from
‘Hello World’ to ‘Wow, Thanks!'

Cloudside Development Environments

Configure a cloudside development environment in the time it takes to erase your whiteboard. With Stackery's visual editor, resources are automatically configured with best practices like least privilege permission scoping. See live CloudFormation template changes in your IDE or our Visual Studio Code plugin and learn Infrastructure-as-Code concepts without reading docs.

Cloudlocal Speed with Cloudside Consistency

The Stackery CLI enables you to build AWS Lambdas locally against live cloud services in your own AWS accounts with sandboxed development environments for everyone on your team, saving you the hassle of redeploying every 10 seconds. Develop, debug, and ship amazing serverless apps with time left over to talk to end-users.

Commit & Promote from Dev to Prod

As you add collaborators and services and grow from dev to test/staging/prod environments, the number of environment-specific secrets and resources will expand. Stackery keeps your code, configurations, and secrets environments in your CI/CD pipeline organized, namespaced, and compliant regardless of the complexity of your release requirements.

Subscribe compute resources to events emitted by other resources, e.g. an Edge Function triggered by a CDN lifecycle event.

Developers: Write functions, not YAML

  • Cloudlocal dev environments
    Configure an architecture of AWS services, understand the code behind it, deploy it, and develop locally with confidence that permissions are set, patterns are followed, and roll-backs are a click away.
  • Supercharge your tools
    Stackery enhances your existing IDE, cloud or on-prem version control, CI/CD process, and AWS accounts to collaboratively and consistently build apps with cloud services.
  • Cloud resource inventory
    Easily access build logs, AWS CloudWatch metrics, X-Ray traces, or advanced data from our monitoring partners to get the insight you need.
Why Developers Love Stackery
Why Companies Love Stackery

Architects: More architecture, less "fix that indent"

  • Professional consistency
    Get consistent build & deployment via the CLI as an indiviual or centralized via the deployment dashboard and AWS CodeBuild in your account. With automated parameters, keeping your infrastructure as code, configurations, and creditials separate and organized is a breeze.
  • Standards compliance
    All Stackery output is open source AWS CloudFormation and follows your existing deployment pipeline roles and IAM permissions.
  • SaaS minus the data
    Your code stays in your repos and your data in your AWS accounts. Extend your existing security model to serverless with correctly scoped IAM service permissions, versioned rollbacks of every service, and inventory control.

AWS infrastructure and function code in the same IDE?

Check out our new Visual Studio Code Plugin!

Join our Weekly Serverless Livestreams

Stackery Livestreams

Building serverless applications results in the fastest deployment and iteration for teams today. However, the process of building, deploying and managing serverless applications is different from what software teams have done in the past. Stackery hosts free weekly livestreams classes and recordings that cover

  1. The anatomy of a serverless application?
  2. How leading developers are innovating with serverless, GraphQL, security, functionless, AWS Lambdas, and more
  3. How to set up a dev or other environment with AWS SAM or framework architectures and use your IDE to develop both function code against live cloud resources as well as iterate those cloud resources. Perfectly configured VPCs, IAM permissions, CDNs and more in seconds!
  4. How to create and manage dev, test, and production environments where configuration, namespacing, secrets, and more are consistently managed separately from your code - so you can focus on collaborating.
  5. Preparing functions and cloudformation templates for deployment with Stackery and your existing CI/CD process.

Bring your serverless questions and join us on Wednesdays!

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