Deploys stack with specified stage to AWS. If stack doesn't exist, creates new one. If stack already exists, updates it.
stacktape deploy --region <<region>> --stage <<stage>>
Arguments API reference
AWS region for given command.
Stage to deploy your stack to. Example stages are
Automatically accepts changes that are being done to your stack.
Path (relative to cwd) to your stacktape configuration file. By default, it's
Current working directory. All file paths in your config will be resolved relatively to specified cwd. Default: directory containing configuration file.
Ignores changes made to given stack that weren't made using cloudformation (typically changes made using AWS console, aws-cli or aws-sdk).
Arguments to pass to docker run or docker build
Format of logs that are being printed to your console. You can learn more at https://docs.stacktape.com/cli/using-cli Default: 'fancy'
Level of logs that are being printed to the console. You can use 'debug' for more information about what's being done, or 'error' to show only errors. Default: 'info'
Maximum number of threads that are parallelly used during packaging. By default, we try to use maximum number that won't consume too much resources of your machine.
Specifes the mode for this stack. Using
production you can increase security by disabling some of the helpers made for development purposes.
Disables usage of cached artifacts. Deploys freshly built workloads.
Preserves temporary files that stacktape generates.
AWS profile to use.