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stagger deploy option #364

merged 2 commits into from Sep 7, 2019


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commented Sep 7, 2019

  • add stagger to slow down deploy if needed
  • docs: config.deploy.stagger options
  • specs: stagger_spec.rb

This is a πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ feature or enhancement.
This is a 🧐 documentation change.

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Users with rather large Jets applications (hundreds of lambda functions) are running into internal AWS Lambda -> EC2 Rate limits. This adds stagger options which slow down the deploy to mitigate running up against the rate limit. Example:


config.deploy.stagger.enabled = true  # default is false
config.deploy.stagger.batch_size = 10 # default is 10

Interestingly, tested a Jets application without staggering enables, with more than 200 Lambda functions and was unable to trigger the internal Lambda rate limit.


Others have reported running into this though 🧐


tongueroo added 2 commits Sep 4, 2019
Add stagger deploy option
* add stagger to slow down deploy if needed
* docs: config.deploy.stagger options
* specs: stagger_spec.rb

@tongueroo tongueroo changed the title Stagger stagger deploy option Sep 7, 2019

@tongueroo tongueroo merged commit 80f926f into master Sep 7, 2019

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commented Sep 7, 2019

Released in v2.1.6

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