Posted On: May 15, 2024

AWS CodeBuild now supports connecting your fleet of reserved Linux hosts to your Amazon VPC. Reserved capacity allows you to provision a fleet of CodeBuild hosts that persist your build environment. These hosts remain available to receive subsequent build requests, which reduces build start-up latencies.

With this feature, you can use reserved capacity to compile your software within your VPC and access resources such as Amazon Relational Database Service, Amazon ElastiCache, or any service endpoints that are only reachable from within a specific VPC. Configuring reserved capacity to connect to your VPC also secures your builds by applying the same network access controls as defined in your security groups.

This feature is available in US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), South America (Sao Paulo), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Europe (Ireland), and Europe (Frankfurt). 

To learn more about CodeBuild’s reserved capacity, see running builds on reserved capacity. To learn more about CodeBuild’s support for connecting to VPC, see configuring builds with VPC.