Stackery

Feb 11, 2019
2016
Portland, OR, USA
Feb 13, 2019   |  By Farrah Campbell
As Stackery’s Ecosystems Manager, a huge part of my work revolves around meeting new people and developing relationships with them for the good of our company. I love this work not only because I’m passionate about people and serverless, but also because it keeps my curiosity muscle strong. To be good at my job, I need to do right by my personal connection to curiosity and learning— but sometimes I get off-track.
Feb 11, 2019   |  By Toby Fee
Serverless has, for the last year or so, felt like an easy term to define: code run in a highly managed environment with (almost) no configuration of the underlying computer layer done by your team. Fair enough, but what is is a serverless application? A Lambda isn’t an app by itself, heck, it can’t even communicate with the world outside of Amazon Web Services (AWS) by itself, so there must be more to a serverless app than that.
Feb 4, 2019   |  By Toby Fee
Gatsby is currently generating a ton of buzz as the new hot thing for generating static sites. This has lead to a number of frequent questions like: A static…what now? How is GraphQL involved? Do I need to set up a GraphQL server? What if I’m not a great React developer, really more of a bad React developer?
Jan 31, 2019   |  By Matthew Bradburn
I’ve been working on creating AWS Cognito User Pools in CloudFormation, and thought this would be a good time to share some of what I’ve learned.
Jan 24, 2019   |  By Danielle Heberling
The high-level steps for implementing chaos experiments involve: defining your application’s steady state, hypothesizing the steady state in both the control and experimental groups, injecting realistic failures, observing the results, and making changes to your code base/infrastructure as necessary based off of the results.
Feb 10, 2019   |  By Stackery
If there were no servers to manage, what would you do? Would you be able to explain your job? Would you be able to prove your value to current or prospective employers? Fill out the form to download the complete guide from Tom McLaughlin. Start defining your role in a serverless world—before it is defined for you.
Feb 10, 2019   |  By Stackery
Add speed and scalability to your serverless infrastructure with the Stackery Operations Console. This product brief covers everything you need to accelerate your serverless development time and shorten your release cycles. Learn how to get complete visibility into your serverless applications through Stackery’s GUI or command line interface.
Feb 1, 2019   |  By Stackery
There are many amazing advancements happening right now in the world of microservices. At the heart of a lot of these is the adoption of serverless computing. Moving to serverless infrastructure requires changing not only the way you manage your data and code, but also how you plan and execute projects as a team.
Feb 1, 2019   |  By Stackery
Serverless architecture changes the way developers build, deploy and manage applications. It also has implications for business decision-making and organizational structure. Learn the benefits and challenges of this approach.
Jan 1, 2019   |  By Stackery
Serverless technology can both dramatically reduce IT costs and enable enterprises to deploy applications significantly faster. Discover how engineering and DevOps teams can engage the potential of serverless while safely deploying and monitoring application performance.
Feb 4, 2019   |  By Stackery
A short demo showing the possibilities of Stackery.
Nov 30, 2018   |  By Stackery
Get started with Stackery and deploy your first serverless stack in minutes!
Nov 26, 2018   |  By Stackery
Build production-ready applications with Stackery's complete serverless toolkit.
Nov 19, 2018   |  By Stackery
Thought writing 200 lines of YAML in 1 minute was easy? This video shows you how to write nearly 650 lines of YAML in under 2 minutes... without writing a single line.
Oct 31, 2018   |  By Stackery
Learn how to debug Stackery.io Lambda Functions using Rookout's Rapid Debugging platform. Set non-breaking breakpoints in your live functions and get the data you need: full dump, parameters, metrics and more.