Ampt Up(date) #3


The team at Ampt has been busy implementing changes based on the valuable feedback we've received from our beta users. Over the past couple of weeks, we've made some significant updates, resolved a few minor issues, shared our vision at some in-person events, and even got some attention on a livestream. Let's dive into the latest developments at Ampt.


  • We've added Regions support for Ampt apps! Ampt now supports the following AWS regions: us-east-1 (N. Virginia), us-west-2 (Oregon), eu-west-1 (Ireland), eu-west-2 (London), eu-central-1 (Frankfurt), ap-northeast-1 (Tokyo). Check out our announcement for more information.
  • During CLI startup, we now check the version of Node to ensure compatibility with Ampt. Note that Ampt requires Node 15+ to work correctly.
  • You can now delete environments from the dashboard, giving you more control over your resource management.
  • Our documentation has been improved with core concepts about apps and environments, CDNs, state management, and the Ampt runtime. We've also added a CORS guide for @ampt/api, information on running scripts on Ampt environments, and using Ampt with your CI/CD provider.

Bug Fixes:

  • We added some checks on the dashboard to prevent the creation of malformed org names which made accounts unreachable from the Ampt dashboard.
  • We fixed broken links in the "empty app screen" to make it easier for you to navigate the Ampt dashboard.
  • data.on change handler was missing the previous state of the record. We have now resolved this issue.
  • We fixed an issue where querying items with a key on the dashboard wasn't working correctly.
  • @ampt/api routes were not showing correctly on the dashboard. This has been fixed.

What's new in space?

We were thrilled to see Dev Agrawal rebuild the Serverlesspresso app using Ampt as the backend on his recent live stream on April 15 and 16. Watching people use our product and navigate our documentation is always a fun learning experience.

In other news, I had the honor of participating in the AWS Community Day Nordics on April 20th. The event featured many outstanding talks and it was a privilege to be part of it. The recording of my lightning talk "Infrastructure FROM Code: Logical Evolution of Cloud" will be available soon.

On May 4th, AWS DevTools Hero Matt Coulter will be giving a presentation on the Infrastructure FROM Code space at the BelfAWSt Meetup. Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend, but I highly recommend registering for the event to learn more about Matt's evaluation of various solutions, including Ampt.

What's next for Ampt?

We continuously strive to enhance Ampt and make it better each and every day. Our team is currently focusing on adding SvelteKit support and enabling better git integration. These updates get us one step closer to achieving our mission of being the "developer platform that gets out of your way." If you haven't tried Ampt yet, make sure to sign up for the waitlist to get early private beta access. You can also connect with our community and share feedback by joining us on Discord.

Ampt is in private beta. Join the waitlist to get updates and early access.