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Category: AWS CodeBuild

Receive AWS Developer Tools Notifications over Slack using AWS Chatbot

Developers often use Slack to communicate with each other about their code. With AWS Chatbot, you can configure notifications for developer tools resources such as repositories, build projects, deployment applications, and pipelines so that users in Slack channels are automatically notified about important events. When a deployment fails, a build succeeds, or a pull request […]

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Creating CI/CD pipelines for ASP.NET 4.x with AWS CodePipeline and AWS Elastic Beanstalk

By Kirk Davis, Specialized Solutions Architect, Microsoft Platform team As customers migrate ASP.NET (on .NET Framework) applications to AWS, many choose to deploy these apps with AWS Elastic Beanstalk, which provides a managed .NET platform to deploy, scale, and update the apps. Customers often ask how to create CI/CD pipelines for these ASP.NET 4.x (.NET […]

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Integrating SonarCloud with AWS CodePipeline using AWS CodeBuild

In most development processes, common challenges include the quality of released code and the efficiency of the code review process. There are multiple tools providing insights into code quality which can easily be integrated into the daily routine of the development team. One such tool is SonarCloud, a code analysis as a service provided by […]

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Test Reports with AWS CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild announced the launch of a new feature in CodeBuild called Reports. This feature allows you to view the reports generated by functional or integration tests. The reports can be in the JUnit XML or Cucumber JSON format. You can view metrics such as Pass Rate %, Test Run Duration, and number of Passed […]

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Migration to AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild From GitLab

This walkthrough shows you how to migrate multiple repositories to AWS CodeCommit from GitLab and set up a CI/CD pipeline using AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild. Event notifications and pull requests are sent to Amazon Chime for project team member communication. AWS CodeCommit supports all Git commands and works with existing Git tools. I can […]

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Setting up a CI/CD pipeline by integrating Jenkins with AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodeDeploy

In this post, I explain how to use the Jenkins open-source automation server to deploy AWS CodeBuild artifacts with AWS CodeDeploy, creating a functioning CI/CD pipeline. When properly implemented, the CI/CD pipeline is triggered by code changes pushed to your GitHub repo, automatically fed into CodeBuild, then the output is deployed on CodeDeploy. Solution overview […]

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Building and testing polyglot applications using AWS CodeBuild

Prakash Palanisamy, Solutions Architect Microservices are becoming the new normal, and it’s natural to use multiple different programming languages for different microservices in the same application. This blog post explains how easy it is to build polyglot applications, test them, and package them for deployment using a single AWS CodeBuild project. CodeBuild adds support for […]

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Improve Build Performance and Save Time Using Local Caching in AWS CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild now supports local caching, which makes it possible for you to persist intermediate build artifacts locally on the build host so that they are available for reuse in subsequent build runs. Your build project can use one of two types of caching: Amazon S3 or local. In this blog post, we will discuss […]

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Validating AWS CodeCommit Pull Requests with AWS CodeBuild and AWS Lambda

Thanks to Jose Ferraris and Flynn Bundy for this great post about how to validate AWS CodeCommit pull requests with AWS CodeBuild and AWS Lambda. Both are DevOps Consultants from the AWS Professional Services’ EMEA team. — You can help ensure a high level of code quality and avoid merging code that does not integrate […]

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