Ampt Up(date) #4


We're excited to announce the latest updates and advancements at Ampt that will continue to take your cloud experience to new heights. Our team has been hard at work, introducing seamless migration options, enhancing functionality, and paving the way for exciting future developments. In this blog post, we will walk you through the notable improvements and bug fixes we have implemented, as well as share some exciting news about our recent engagements and upcoming plans.


  • Introduced the @ampt/cloud package and a comprehensive migration guide for seamlessly migrating Serverless Cloud apps to Ampt. Check out the full blog post for detailed information.
  • Implemented GitHub Integration, enabling smoother collaboration and streamlined workflows. Explore the full blog post to learn more.
  • Enhanced the functionality of custom scripts in Ampt environments by adding the ability to include params. For more information, refer to the documentation.
  • Improved custom domain support by adding the ability to use wildcards (e.g., "*") when adding a custom domain.
  • Enabled the loading of other projects through symlinks, catering to customers' needs to link multiple projects together.
  • Released support for SvelteKit, empowering software teams to develop full-stack applications alongside our existing support for React, NextJS, Astro, and Remix and more.
  • Introduced compatibility with AWS AppRunner for infrastructure deployment. Although users may not notice a difference, this update provides enhanced portability between serverless functions and containers. Stay tuned as we continuously expand our container support with new services.

Bug Fixes

  • Resolved an issue related to cookie settings for Fastify and Express applications.
  • Addressed minor UI errors in the deployment logs page, ensuring a smoother user experience.

Ampt on the Road

Last month, I had the privilege of delivering a talk at AWS Community Nordics. If you missed it, don't worry, you can catch the full recording here. During the session, I delved into Infrastructure FROM Code's pivotal role in the ongoing evolution of cloud technology.

Furthermore, I had the pleasure of presenting a thought-provoking talk that explores how Infrastructure FROM Code can shape and transform the DevOps culture and its impact on people. The recordings will be released soon, so you'll be able to listen to the insightful discussion.

Exciting news awaits as well! Tomorrow, Jeremy will be speaking at GlueCon with his session titled "Re-imagining the Cloud Developer Experience." This is a fantastic opportunity for us to share our vision and insights with the wider community.

We're incredibly passionate about evangelizing Infrastructure FROM Code, and we're actively seeking more speaking engagements to spread our knowledge and expertise. If you're interested in having us speak at your event, don't hesitate to reach out to us at We'd be delighted to connect with you and contribute to the discourse.

What's next for Ampt?

We are approaching the completion of the migration process, successfully transitioning all users from Serverless Cloud to Ampt. We want to express our sincere appreciation to our users for their continued support as we work to sunset Serverless Cloud.

In the coming month, we are dedicated to improving portability across different compute sources. We will be introducing the ability to automatically switch between Fargate, Lambda, and AppRunner, ensuring your applications are always running in the most efficient and performant compute environments. Additionally, a major update is just around the corner, bringing faster response times through HTTP response streaming. Stay tuned for more details and join us on Discord for upcoming updates. Join our waitlist to get access to Ampt as we will allow more and more people in the following weeks.

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