Building a CI/CD pipeline for Serverless apps
Over the past few weeks we’ve been writing about various topics around how to build and maintain a CI/CD pipeline for Serverless Framework applications on AWS.
This post is a compilation of all the topics we’ve covered. We think this should give you all you need to build out your own production-ready CI/CD Serverless pipeline.
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Should I use a hosted or on-premise CI/CD for my Serverless app?
Why a traditional CI/CD service isn’t a good fit for monorepo Serverless apps?
How to build a CI/CD pipeline for Serverless apps with CircleCI
How to build a CI/CD pipeline for Serverless apps with Travis CI
How to build a CI/CD pipeline for Serverless apps with AWS CodePipeline and CodeBuild
Git workflow for Serverless apps
How to manage secrets for your Serverless app
Why deploy your Serverless app into multiple AWS accounts?
How to deploy your Serverless app into multiple AWS accounts
Deploying a monorepo Serverless app with interdependent services
How to deploy only the updated services in a monorepo Serverless app
What is the right way to do rollbacks in Serverless apps?
How to prevent accidentally deleting Serverless resources
Why Serverless deployment artifacts cannot be reused across stages?
Why you should use a manual approval step in a Serverless CI/CD pipeline?
How to generate deployment artifacts in your CI/CD pipeline for Serverless apps
How to handle service dependencies when rolling back a monorepo Serverless app
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