Stackery Enhances Serverless Capabilities
April 15, 2020
serverless delivery company Stackery has developed enhanced security and
continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) capabilities that enable
teams to automate delivery best practices from laptop to production.
With additional audit capabilities, scoped IAM permissions, and secrets
management for automated verification and deployment pipelines, Stackery
helps teams scale serverless usage and accelerates modernization and
Agile Change Management: Automatic promotion of the stack change set to the next environment upon successful passing of tests & verifications.
Scoped Permissions and Secrets Management: Fully scoped permissions across all accounts and environments to enable development teams to scale and fully leverage a tuned set of AWS IAM roles, permissions and secrets.
Automated Security Audits: Additional open source security integrations for common tooling such as npm audit for Node.js and safety check for Python.
Enhanced Provisioning: Enables sandboxed integration testing, as well as manual verification, linked directly into every PR.
Automatic Verification of Stacks: Manage changes, dependencies, and processes easily by giving visibility and control over the automation of continuous delivery pipelines.
CloudLocal Development: Integrate quickly with AWS serverless resources and automate the continuous delivery of validated stacks in every pull request.
Stackery Customer Branch Insurance first used Stackery to help them quickly build and deploy a best-in-class insurance experience for their customers: “We wanted a way to develop software solutions with a minimum of code-writing, so we can focus on delivering meaningful products to customers,” said Branch Insurance co-founder and CTO Joe Emison. “Stackery’s platform and workflows allow us to achieve consistency, control, and agility for our serverless deployments and makes security and compliance effortless. In short, Stackery helps us continuously deliver software experiences to our customers that surpass expectations.”