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#OpenWhisk - serverless.yml Reference

Here is a list of all available properties in serverless.yml when the provider is set to openwhisk.

# serverless.yml

service: myService

frameworkVersion: ">=1.0.0 <2.0.0"

provider:
  name: openwhisk
  runtime: nodejs:default
  memory: 256 # Overwrite default memory size. Default is 512.
  timeout: 10 # The default is 60  
  overwrite: true # Can we overwrite deployed functions? default is true
  namespace: 'custom' # use custom namespace, defaults to '_'
  ignore_certs: true # ignore ssl verification issues - used for local deploys

functions:
  usersCreate: # A Function
    handler: users.create # The file and module for this specific function.
    sequence: # Use sequences rather than handler to handle events. handler and sequence properties are mutually exclusive.
    	- function_a
    	- function_b
    	- function_c
    memory: 256 # memorySize for this specific function.
    timeout: 10 # Timeout for this specific function.  Overrides the default set above.  
    runtime: nodejs:6
    overwrite: false # Can we overwrite deployed function?
    namespace: 'custom' # use custom namespace, defaults to '_'
    annotations:
        parameter_name: value
    parameters:
    	parameter_name: value
    events: # The Events that trigger this Function
    # This creates an API Gateway HTTP endpoint which can be used to trigger this function.  Learn more in "events/apigateway"
      - http: METHOD /path/to/url
      - trigger: my_trigger # bind function to trigger event
      - trigger:
        name: my_trigger
        rule: rule_name

# The "Resources" your "Functions" use. This can be used to define custom Triggers and Rules which are bound to your Actions.
resources:
  triggers:
    my_trigger: # trigger with default parameter bound.
      parameters:
        hello: world        
    alarm_trigger: # trigger connected to event feed
      parameters:
        hello: world
      feed: /whisk.system/alarms/alarm
      feed_parameters:
        cron: '*/8 * * * * *'