sam package - AWS Serverless Application Model

sam package

Packages an AWS SAM application. This command creates a .zip file of your code and dependencies, and uploads the file to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). It then returns a copy of your AWS SAM template, replacing references to local artifacts with the Amazon S3 location where the command uploaded the artifacts.

By default when you use this command, the AWS SAM CLI assumes that your current working directory is your project's root directory. The AWS SAM CLI first tries to locate a template file built using the sam build command, located in the .aws-sam subfolder, and named template.yaml. Next, the AWS SAM CLI tries to locate a template file named template.yaml or template.yml in the current working directory. If you specify the --template option, AWS SAM CLI's default behavior is overridden, and will package just that AWS SAM template and the local resources it points to.

Note

sam deploy now implicitly performs the functionality of sam package. You can use the sam deploy command directly to package and deploy your application.

Usage:

sam package [OPTIONS] [ARGS]...

Options:

Option Description
-t, --template-file, --template PATH The path and file name where your AWS SAM template is located.

Note: If you specify this option, AWS SAM packages only the template and the local resources that it points to.

--s3-bucket TEXT (Required) The name of the Amazon S3 bucket where this command uploads your AWS CloudFormation template.
--s3-prefix TEXT Prefix added to the artifacts name that are uploaded to the Amazon S3 bucket. The prefix name is a path name (folder name) for the Amazon S3 bucket. This only applies for functions declared with Zip package type.
--image-repository TEXT The URI of the Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) repository where this command uploads your function's image. Required for functions declared with the Image package type.
--kms-key-id TEXT The ID of an AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key used to encrypt artifacts that are at rest in the Amazon S3 bucket.
--signing-profiles LIST (Optional) The list of signing profiles to sign your deployment packages with. This parameter takes a list of key-value pairs, where the key is the name of the function or layer to sign, and the value is the signing profile, with an optional profile owner delimited with :. For example, FunctionNameToSign=SigningProfileName1 LayerNameToSign=SigningProfileName2:SigningProfileOwner.
--output-template-file PATH The path to the file where the command writes the packaged template. If you don't specify a path, the command writes the template to the standard output.
--use-json Output JSON for the AWS CloudFormation template. YAML is used by default.
--force-upload Override existing files in the Amazon S3 bucket. Specify this flag to upload artifacts even if they match existing artifacts in the Amazon S3 bucket.
--metadata (Optional) A map of metadata to attach to all artifacts that are referenced in your template.
--profile TEXT The specific profile from your credential file that gets AWS credentials.
--region TEXT The AWS Region to deploy to. For example, us-east-1.
--config-file PATH The path and file name of the configuration file containing default parameter values to use. The default value is "samconfig.toml" in the root of the project directory. For more information about configuration files, see AWS SAM CLI configuration file.
--config-env TEXT The environment name specifying the default parameter values in the configuration file to use. The default value is "default". For more information about configuration files, see AWS SAM CLI configuration file.
--no-progressbar Do not display a progress bar when uploading artifacts to Amazon S3.
--debug Turns on debug logging to print debug message generated by the AWS SAM CLI and display timestamps.
--help Shows this message and exits.
Note

If the AWS SAM template contains a Metadata section for ServerlessRepo, and the LicenseUrl or ReadmeUrl properties contain references to local files, you must update AWS CLI to version 1.16.77 or later. For more information about the Metadata section of AWS SAM templates and publishing applications with AWS SAM CLI, see Publishing serverless applications using the AWS SAM CLI.