Frequently asked questions
Akka Serverless is built upon Google Cloud and leverages its features to keep your data secure.
All data stored by Akka Serverless is encrypted at rest; this includes, but is not limited to:
Information about projects, services, and users.
Deployment configuration such as environment variables and docker credentials.
Encryption is done using AES256, with a FIPS 140-2 validated module of the cryptographic library 'Tink'.
A more detailed overview of encryption and key management in Google Cloud products used by Akka Serverless can be found here:
akkasls CLI command
completion can generate an auto-completion script for:
The CLI will detect the currently configured default shell and set that as the default parameter for the
To use this output, you have to redirect it to a file that later can be called in your shell’s resource file upon the start of the shell or called interactively when needed.
This, for example, generates an auto-completion script for
bash and runs the script interactively:
source <(akkasls completion --shell bash)
Or if you want to generate an auto-completion file that can be called from a shell startup script:
akkasls completion --shell bash > akkasls_bash_completion.sh
For more details on setting up your shell with an auto-completion file on startup, see the shell documentation.