In my previous blog about Running AWS locally with LocalStack I’ve shown you how to use Localstack, a tool to mock your AWS environment on your local machine. When working with Localstack, I always had to prepare the environment for my application to run. Most of the time this could be done automatically via scripts, but some preparations, for instance editing some data in a S3 bucket, could become a little tricky.
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More and more companies are switching over to cloud native environments. As a developer this gives me a lot of services to create awesome applications. The challenge that occurred to me right away was how to use all those new components during development, since some companies do not have a testing/development environment in their cloud provider to play with. LocalStack piqued my interest to simulate an AWS environment locally on my laptop, or when running the CI/CD pipeline.