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Experiment with lambda deploy from repo #2643

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commented Sep 3, 2019


This is just an experiment to get some ideas down on paper.

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  • Code follows the guidelines for Logging
  • The requirements listed in
    Querying the Database Safely
    have been satisfied.
  • Any new migrations/schema changes:
    • Follow our guidelines for zero-downtime deploys (see Zero-Downtime Deploys)
    • Have been communicated to #dp3-engineering
    • Secure migrations have been tested using scripts/run-prod-migrations
  • There are no aXe warnings for UI.
  • This works in Supported Browsers and their phone views (Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge).
  • Tested in the Experimental environment (for changes to containers, app startup, or connection to data stores)
  • User facing changes have been reviewed by design.
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  • Have the Pivotal acceptance criteria been met for this change?



If this PR makes visible UI changes, an image of the finished UI can help reviewers and casual
observers understand the context of the changes. A before image is optional and
can be included at the submitter's discretion.

Consider using an animated image to show an entire workflow instead of using multiple images. You may want to use GIPHY CAPTURE for this! 馃摳

Please frame screenshots to show enough useful context but also highlight the affected regions.

@chrisgilmerproj chrisgilmerproj self-assigned this Sep 3, 2019

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