Posted On: Oct 16, 2018
AWS Service Catalog, a service to organize, govern, and provision cloud resources on AWS, now supports AWS CodePipeline. AWS CodePipeline is a fully managed continuous delivery (CD) service that helps you automate release pipelines for fast and reliable updates. Now you can use continuous delivery practices to publish and update product versions in AWS Service Catalog. You can configure a CodePipeline pipeline to automatically trigger based off an update to your code in AWS CodeCommit, Amazon S3, or GitHub.
Products in AWS Service Catalog map to AWS CloudFormation templates, along with metadata, which provide control and governance at launch time. Previously, template authors had no easy, automated, and safe way to publish product or template updates in Service Catalog. Every update required authors to engage Service Catalog administrators within their organizations. Now, AWS CodePipeline can play the role of the Service Catalog administrator and run the necessary pre-approvals and tests before publishing an update to Service Catalog.
Learn more about using AWS CodePipeline with AWS Service Catalog by visiting our documentation. This feature is available in all regions that CodePipeline and Service catalog are available. For a full list of AWS Regions where CodePipeline and Service catalog are available, please visit our region table.