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What is Stacktape

What is Stacktape?

Stacktape is a cloud-native framework. It's a command-line tool that runs on your machine.


It handles infrastructure provisioning and management, code packaging, application deployments, domain and secret management, monitoring, logging, testing, debugging and much more.


Stacktape is built on top of AWS. It also integrates other 3rd party service providers (such as MongoDB Atlas).

What can Stacktape do for me?

☑️ Remove the complexity from building cloud applications

Stacktape is usable by every developer. With Stacktape, you don't need to be a Cloud or DevOps expert to build a production-ready cloud application.

☑️ Reduce the amount of required configuration by up to 99%

Stacktape handles DevOps tasks for you. You no longer need to write 100's or 1000's of lines of configuration just to deploy a simple application.

☑️ Improve developer experience

Stacktape is made for developers, by developers. It's fast, intuitive, has helpful error messages with hints & much more. It also comes with a VS code extension.

☑️ Reduce room for errors

Using AWS is complex and misconfiguring something is very common. Stacktape drastically lowers the chance this will happen.

☑️ Lower infrastructure costs

Stacktape configures your infrastructure in the most cost-effective way possible. It protects you from most of the AWS pricing loopholes.

☑️ Improve infrastructure quality

With Stacktape, you get production-grade infrastructure by default. It's reliable, scalable, secure & fast.

What can I develop using Stacktape?

Almost anything.


Stacktape supports a lot of infrastructure resources:
  • Lambda functions
  • Containers
  • Batch-jobs
  • SQL & NoSQL databases
  • API Gateways
  • Load balancers
  • Cache databases
  • User pools
  • and more

Example use-cases include:
  • Hosting static websites behind a CDN
  • HTTP APIs, Websocket APIs
  • Data-processing pipelines, ETL jobs, ML pipelines
  • Webhooks, data-scrapers, integrations, and much more.
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