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Serverless Containers Documentation

Serverless Containers

Scaleway Serverless Containers allows you to deploy containerized stateless web applications in the cloud to run short-lived, event-driven tasks.

Serverless Containers Quickstart

Getting Started

Quickstart

Learn how to create and deploy a Serverless Container in a few steps.

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Concepts

Core concepts that give you a better understanding of Serverless.

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How-Tos

Learn how to use Serverless Containers using the Scaleway console.

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Additional Content

Go further with detailed, in-depth information on Serverless Containers.

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Tutorials

Running a Python Flask Server on a Serverless ContainerRead more
Running a Node.js + Express Server on Serverless ContainerRead more
Deploying Umami web analytics on Serverless ContainersRead more
Deploying Laravel 10.x on Serverless ContainersRead more
Serverless Containers API

Manage Serverless Containers using the Scaleway API.

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Changelog

  • Deprecated

    Deprecation of "/logs" endpoint

    Due to infrequent usage and changes affecting the storage of user logs, we are announcing the deprecation of the /logs endpoint (or ListLogs for our SDK users). However, users can still access their container logs conveniently via their Cockpit interface. A dedicated dashboard called "Serverless Containers Logs" is accessible there. For detailed instructions, refer to our documentation. For users who are already using Cockpit for log access (logs have been directed to Cockpit for the past 6 months), there will be no disruption. Note, the /logs endpoint will be fully deprecated in one month, effective March 12, 2024.

  • Changed

    Serverless Containers triggers are now in General Availability

    Serverless Containers now officially support triggers from NATS and SQS queues. This new feature makes it easier for developers to build effective event-driven patterns. This allows architectural flexibility to maintain scalable, decoupled systems, leveraging the power of NATS and SQS.

  • Added

    Trigger private containers from Messaging and Queuing (SQS/NATS)

    It is now possible to create SQS and NATS triggers on private containers.

    Note

    For now, changing the privacy of a container from public to private will require you to delete and recreate the existing triggers.

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