What's an "active stack"?
An active stack is a version of a stack that has been deployed into an environment within an AWS account. If you deploy a stack into dev, test, and production environments, that equals three active stacks. A stack is considered active if it's deployed, regardless of the number of invocations or subsequent deployments it experiences.
What does support look like at the Developer, Professional, and Enterprise levels?
We strive to provide a high level of support to all our users – we want you to build great things with Stackery. We provide a prioritized level of support for customers at the Professional level and have a variety of ways you can quickly connect with our team of serverless engineers to get help. Additional support SLAs and off hours escalation options are available to customers at the Enterprise level. We also pride our selves on our regularly-updated docs site and that it's easy to get in touch with us through the internet or at one of our community events
I'm on the free Developer plan. What am I missing in Professional?
The Developer plan is a great way to get started using Stackery's serverless development workflow. Professional adds another set of features geared towards developers working on production projects or in teams.
- Max active stacks - The Developer plan provides up to 6 active stacks. With the Professional plan you can deploy as many stacks as you need for $10 per active stack.
- More than one user - The Developer plan is intended for personal projects or to explore Stackery at your own pace. The Professional plan, including the trial, enables you to invite the whole team at no additional cost.
- More than one AWS account - The Developer plan lets you link one AWS infrastructure account through which Stackery will manage resources on your behalf. In production, you'll want to adhere to AWS multi-account practices which Stackery supports in the Professional plan.
My team has an self-hosted code repository. Can Stackery integrate with it?
Absolutely! Custom git host integration is available for Enterprise customers and we have experience integrating with all major providers.