The Serverless Framework is an open-source CLI for building and deploying serverless applications. With over 6 million deployments handled, the Serverless Framework is the tool developers trust to build cloud applications.
With the Serverless Framework you can define your entire Serverless application, utlizing popular Serverless technologies like AWS Lambda, with a simple yaml configuration file.
The Serverless Framework provides a simple, intuitive CLI experience that makes it easy to develop and deploy applications to cloud platforms like AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM OpenWhisk, and more.
The Serverless Framework is open source and provider agnostic, meaning you only need one tool to tap in to the power of all the cloud providers.
These are the 3 main use cases for the Serverless Framework that you should know about.
The Serverless Framework provides a simple way to develop infinitely scaleable, pay-per-execution APIs. A single configuration file allows you to list your functions and define the endpoints that they’re subscribed to. Hit deploy and you’re live. With native support for AWS API Gatewway, Event Gateway, and more you can utilize the tools you know and trust with a single experience.
The Serverless Framework makes automating anything quick and easy. Simply subscribe a function to the event and let the framework take care of the rest.
Transforming data and building data pipelines and has never been easier.
"The Serverless Framework is a core component of The Coca-Cola Company's initiative to reduce IT operational costs and deploy services faster."
Define your entire Serverless application with a single yaml configuration file.
The Serverless Framework community has built and published hudreds of plugins to extend the framework’s functionality and example projects to get you started quickly.
Don’t be hamstrung by just one language: write functions in python, node.js, java, Go, scala, C# and more.
All your cloud services are now compatible with one another: share cross-cloud functions and events with AWS Lambda, Microsoft Azure, IBM OpenWhisk and Google Cloud Platform.
With built in support for local development, stages, rollback and more, the framework is loaded with the functionality you need to manage the lifecycle of your application.
Streaming logs from your functions directly in to your CLI, making it easy to rapidly redug and troubleshoot.