Aug 22, 2018
Victoria, BC, Canada
May 10, 2018   |  By TJ Holowaychuk
Just a quick post highlighting some of the changes made since Apex Up v0.5.0! If you’re unfamiliar with Up, it’s a command-line tool to help you deploy and manage near-infinitely scalable serverless web applications and APIs on AWS. You can deploy as many applications as you need, for the fraction of the price of other providers, with zero operational maintenance or manual scaling efforts.
Feb 9, 2018   |  By TJ Holowaychuk
This small release introduces custom stages, stage-level configuration overrides, instant rollbacks and a few other refinements for Up the serverless deployment tool.
Dec 19, 2017   |  By TJ Holowaychuk
This is the first official release of Up Pro, which includes a number of improvements over the open-source version for production applications. If you’re unfamiliar with Up, it’s a tool which helps you manage and deploy serverless apis, apps and websites in seconds to your own AWS infrastructure. In short: it’s the easiest way to deploy Node.js, Golang, Python among others to AWS, and can cost as little as $1/mo to run or in some cases free.
Dec 4, 2017   |  By TJ Holowaychuk
Many Apex Up users have been asking about integration with continuous integration platforms, this post walks through staging and deploying Up to production using Semaphore CI.
Oct 19, 2017   |  By TJ Holowaychuk
I’m back from a little vacation with a new release of Apex Up! This release introduces custom domains, domain purchasing from the command-line, improved logging support, and more. As usual, run up upgrade to update!
Apr 26, 2018   |  By Tj Holowaychuk
Learn how to utilize Up Pro's encrypted environment variables for stage-specific sensitive information such as database connection strings or Stripe API keys.
Apr 26, 2018   |  By Tj Holowaychuk
Learn to deploy and manage serverless applications from development to production using AWS Lambda and Apex Up.
Apr 26, 2018   |  By Tj Holowaychuk
Learn how to utilize Up Pro's Git integration to instantly roll back to previous versions.