Serverless Java Development
on AWS

Stackery takes the pain out of local serverless Java development – instantly select and configure Lambdas with other AWS services.

Local Serverless Java Development With Cloudside Consistency

an image of the Stackery canvas connecting a lambda to an APIa for Java app development

Install the Stackery CLI – either manually alongside any IDE or via our VS Code Plug-in – then develop locally against cloudside services on any Lambda function regardless of framework or language. With the AWS SAM CLI providing a local AWS Lambda runtime, the Stackery CLI fills in the gaps between developing with AWS Lambda and the full range of AWS serverless and cloud service capabilities.

Read our guide to local serverless development

Example: Building a Serverless Java App
With Stackery

  1. Create a Stackery account
  2. Install the Stackery CLI and create your first stack with ‘stackery init’
  3. Add AWS resources to your stack
  4. Deploy your initial stack with ‘stackery deploy’
  5. Iterate locally in Java
  6. Deploy your finished app

Read the in-depth serverless Java quickstart guide

Everything You Need For Serverless Java Development

  • 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.
  • Professional consistency
    Keep code, configuration, credentials, and environments managed separately and organized. Consistently build and deploy locally and cloudside with permissions scoped, logging, instrumentation, and policy enforcement across every resource, in every environment, for every developer.
  • Standards compliance
    All Stackery output is open source AWS CloudFormation. If you decide Stackery isn’t for you, all Stackery output can be manually deployed within your self-managed dev/test/prod environments.
  • 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.

Build, manage, & deliver production-grade serverless applications

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.

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