Each function can have many deployments, which can be thought of as versions of the mini-application. Functions can be created and deployed in different ways to meet your unique development habits.

Deployment status

Throughout the life cycle of a deployment, it could have the following status.

activeThe deployment is built and currently activated and ready to be executed. A function can have one active deployment and deployment a must be active before being executed.
readyA deployment is built, but is not activated. ready deployments can be activated to replace the current active deployment.
buildingA deployment is being built. Check the build log for more detailed logs.
failedA deployment was not successful. Check the build log for detailed logs for debugging.

Update deployment

Some Function settings require redeploying your function to be reflected in your active deployment. When you update a function by changing it's Git settings, Build settings, and Environment variables, you need to redeploy your function before they take effect.

Build logs

When you build a deployment, the logs generated will be saved for debugging purposes. You can find build logs by navigating to the deployments tab of your function, clicking the three-dots menu beside, and click Logs.


After updating the configuration, redeploy your function for changes to take effect. You can also redeploy to retry failed builds.

  1. Navigate to Functions.

  2. Open the function you wish to inspect.

  3. Under the Deployments tab, find the status of the current active deployment.

  4. Redeploy by clicking the triple-dots beside an execution, and hitting the Redeploy button.

Redeployment behavior varies depending on how the initial deployment was created.