You can deploy your application to AWS using a single command:
stacktape deploy --stage staging --region eu-west-1
- used to deploy different instances of a single application. Commonly used stages are production, staging, test or qa.
- sets the AWS region where your application will be hosted.
List of available regions and their codes
|Region name & Location||code|
|US East (Ohio)||us-east-2|
|US East (N. Virginia)||us-east-1|
|US West (N. California)||us-west-1|
|US West (Oregon)||us-west-2|
|Africa (Cape Town)||af-south-1|
|Asia Pacific (Hong Kong)||ap-east-1|
|Asia Pacific (Mumbai)||ap-south-1|
|Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local)||ap-northeast-3|
|Asia Pacific (Seoul)||ap-northeast-2|
|Asia Pacific (Singapore)||ap-southeast-1|
|Asia Pacific (Sydney)||ap-southeast-2|
|Asia Pacific (Tokyo)||ap-northeast-1|
|Middle East (Bahrain)||me-south-1|
|South America (São Paulo)||sa-east-1|
When the deployment is complete, you can test and explore your newly deployed application.
If your application has a publicly available HTTP endpoint, it will be printed to the console.
To see the list of deployed resources, use:
stacktape describe-stack --stage staging --region eu-west-1
Delete the stack
To delete all deployment artifacts and resources associated with the stack, use
stacktape delete --stage staging --region eu-west-1