Stackery

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Stackery developed a serverless operations console that gives more intuitive automation, predictable performance and operational control for companies of all sizes. THey can take advantage of reduced infrastructure costs and improved time-to-market to create more value for their customers, with the operational control and visibility they require for their production workloads.


TypePrivate
Founded2016
HQPortland, OR, US
Websitestackery.io

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)18(-5%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Stackery

Tim Zonca

Tim Zonca

CEO
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell

Ecosystem Director
Ryan Coleman

Ryan Coleman

Vice President of Engineering and Product
Diane Fraiman

Diane Fraiman

Board Member
Laura Meyer

Laura Meyer

Director of Finance & Operations
Steve Kishi

Steve Kishi

Board Member
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Stackery Office Locations

Stackery has an office in Portland
Portland, OR, US (HQ)
424 SW 4th Ave #200
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Stackery Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2016

Stackery total Funding

$7.4 m

Stackery latest funding size

$5 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Stackery investors

Stackery's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $5 m. In total, Stackery has raised $7.4 m
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Stackery Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

96/100

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Stackery Online and Social Media Presence

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Stackery News and Updates

Stackery lets AWS Lambda developers debug their serverless programs locally on a laptop

Serverless developers have always faced a steep challenge when it comes to writing code on their laptops, and debugging said code on cloud services. It’s sort of a chicken and egg thing. You can’t deploy until you’re ready, but you can’t know if you’re ready without testing. That requires access to …

Stackery Blogs

Talk Preview — Stackery @ ServerlessDays Belfast

It’s a new decade and we’re moving on a number of exciting initiatives at Stackery, but I continue to be humbled by the opportunities, serverless users/enthusiasts, and audiences who are interested in hearing my story! Q1 is off to a busy start for me. I have a number of international talks planned…

Six people on the cutting edge of serverless modernization

Serverless is a quickly-maturing technology and, if you’ve followed its evolution over the past several years, you’ve likely seen a host of great (and not-so-great) documentation of its technology and practices. Now that serverless is a much more mainstream topic for reputable outfits to report on, …

Serverless *Can* Be for Everyone — Let’s Build It That Way

Serverless can bring opportunities by making DevOps more accessible to folks new to the industry. It can also bring opportunities to folks already in the industry that want to spend more time focusing on adding business value. But many technologists, seasoned or otherwise, hear a lot about serverl…

Cold starts get the cold shoulder — Provisioned Concurrency has changed the game

Among the many, MANY announcements at re:Invent this year is one that settles a years-long debate or concern amongst people considering using AWS Lambda to build serverless applications: cold starts. AWS Lambda is now 5 years old. For all of that time, there’s been a concern about latency the fir…

re:Invent Serverless Talks — Collaboration, Community, & Career Development

At re:Invent 2019, Farrah and I gave a talk on our paths into the tech industry, how serverless helped us both build some of our first products, and how serverless represents a new mindset. I’d wanted to share a version of that talk on our blog for those who couldn’t make it, though we hope to g…

re:Invent Serverless Talks — Serverless SaaS Deep Dive

Have you ever have that dream where you’re in a class on Classical Tibetan Algebra? And you haven’t done any homework all semester? AND it’s the final? That was me in this session: I was WAY in over my head with this one. Tod Golding’s material was so high-level that I got a nose bleed. Ser…
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Stackery Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Stackery founded?

    Stackery was founded in 2016.

  • Who are Stackery key executives?

    Stackery's key executives are Tim Zonca, Farrah Campbell and Ryan Coleman.

  • How many employees does Stackery have?

    Stackery has 18 employees.

  • Who are Stackery competitors?

    Competitors of Stackery include IntraLinks, PNMsoft and COR.

  • Where is Stackery headquarters?

    Stackery headquarters is located at 424 SW 4th Ave #200, Portland.

  • Where are Stackery offices?

    Stackery has an office in Portland.

  • How many offices does Stackery have?

    Stackery has 1 office.