Since we want every new serverless project to be as a boilerplate, The first thing we have to do is to package our application into a ZIP file and upload it to a S3 bucket which used as source for every new AWS CodeCommit repository created.
cd ~/environment/aws-serverless-application-catalog-workshop/sam/nodejs rm -rf node_modules/ zip -r ~/environment/sample.zip *
Create a S3 bucket choosing an unique name for your bucket. e.g: serverless-wksp-sample-firstname-lastname
aws s3 mb s3://serverless-wksp-sample-<FIRSTNAME-LASTNAME>
Go to your S3 console and confirm your bucket has been created.
cd ~/environment aws s3 cp sample.zip s3://<your-bucket>/sam/nodejs/sample.zip
Go to your S3 console and confirm your upload has been completed successfully.
We are using the
/sam/nodejs/ directory structure to allow our teams to grow this strategy in the future to other frameworks and approaches besides
AWS SAM (e.g. Kubernetes microservices) and other languages besides