The Serverless Framework was designed to provision your Serverless Cloud Functions, Events and infrastructure Resources safely and quickly. It does this via a couple of methods designed for different types of deployments.
This is the main method for doing deployments with the Serverless Framework:
Use this method when you have updated your Function, Event or Resource configuration in
serverless.yml and you want to deploy that change (or multiple changes at the same time) to Tencent Cloud.
Note: You can always enforce a deployment using the
--force option, or specify a different configuration file name with the the
Use this in your CI/CD systems, as it is the safest method of deployment.
You can print the progress during the deployment if you use
verbose mode, like this:
serverless deploy --verbose
This method defaults to
dev stage and
ap-guangzhou region. You can change the default stage and region in your
serverless.yml file by setting the
region properties inside a
provider object as the following example shows:
# serverless.yml service: service-name provider: name: tencent stage: production region: ap-beijing
You can also deploy to different stages and regions by passing in flags to the command:
serverless deploy --stage production --region ap-beijing
You can specify your own COS bucket which should be used to store all the deployment artifacts.
cosBucket config which is nested under
provider lets you e.g. set the
name for this bucket. If you don't provide your own bucket, Serverless will create a bucket which by default.
This deployment method simply overwrites the zip file of the current function on Tencent Cloud.
serverless deploy function --function myFunction
serverless deploywhich is only run when larger infrastructure provisioning is required.
Check out the deploy command docs for all details and options.