Spend more time writing code, and less time on configuration. Quick serverless configuration allows developers to focus on building applications without needing to overcome a learning curve. Stackery can generate hundreds of lines of serverless configuration code in just seconds with a few clicks.
Stackery doesn’t try to change the way developers work. Stackery’s well-documented command line interface fits easily into the development workflow for faster iteration, including cloud deployments. Developers can continue to use their same IDE, version control system and CI/CD pipeline. Stackery supports Github, GitLab and AWS CodeCommit for version control. Infrastructure configuration changes are tracked alongside code in your repository, so that you can always roll back your infrastructure and application together, at any time.
Infrastructure configuration changes are tracked alongside code in your repository, so that you can always roll back your infrastructure and application together.
You can quickly stand up an instance of the application at any point during the development cycle, from dev to prod. With Stackery’s built-in sandboxing, every instance is automatically isolated and namespaced so shared AWS developer accounts work together seamlessly. Stackery is built on top of cloud-standards AWS SAM and CloudFormation. Every release goes through the professional release mechanism with built in progress tracking of provisioned resources. Because Stackery eliminates needless complexity and extraneous configuration, you can focus on your application code and know that your infrastructure will just work as expected.
Because Stackery is built on AWS SAM, developers never lose the ability to control even the smallest details of their infrastructure. Stackery will quickly transpose your architecture into a SAM configuration template, backed in your version control system, saving countless hours writing thousands of lines of YAML. Use the Stackery Operations Console to build quickly with best practices, knowing that it's easy to drop into the serverless configuration code and edit manually, if you prefer.