Posted On: Aug 3, 2017

AWS CodeCommit now sends repository state changes to Amazon CloudWatch events. For example, the repository state changes include activities like pushing new code to a code repository. Using these new event types, customers can build Amazon CloudWatch Event rules to match AWS CodeCommit events and route them to one or more targets like an Amazon SNS Topic, AWS Step Functions state machine, or AWS Lambda function to trigger automated workflows to process repository changes. To learn more, read the blog post.

You can also view, change, and set user preferences for the AWS CodeCommit console. This enables greater control over how you can interact with the CodeCommit console. For example, you can select on how many repositories get displayed in the CodeCommit dashboard. These preferences are applied to all repositories in all regions for your IAM user any time you access the AWS CodeCommit console. To learn more, visit here.

You can now view details on Git tags in your CodeCommit repository. The tags view includes details including the developer name, date, commit message, and a link to the commit referenced by each tag. This makes it easier for you to navigate through various reference points in your code repositories. To learn more, visit here.

AWS CodeCommit is available in the following regions- US East (Ohio), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), EU (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Seoul), South America (São Paulo), US West (N. California), EU (London), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Canada (Central).

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