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Category: AWS CodeCommit

Using AWS Lambda and Amazon SNS to Get File Change Notifications from AWS CodeCommit

Notifications are an important part of DevOps workflows. Although you can set them up from any stage in the CI or CD pipelines, in this blog post, I will show you how to integrate AWS Lambda and Amazon SNS to extend AWS CodeCommit. Specifically, the solution described in this post makes it possible for you to […]

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Using Git with AWS CodeCommit Across Multiple AWS Accounts

I use AWS CodeCommit to host all of my private Git repositories. My repositories are split across several AWS accounts for different purposes: personal projects, internal projects at work, and customer projects. The CodeCommit documentation shows you how to configure and clone a repository from one place, but in this blog post I want to […]

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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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Using Federated Identities with AWS CodeCommit

Thanks to Raja Mani, AWS Solutions Architect, for this great blog that describes how federated users can access AWS CodeCommit. — You can access repositories in AWS CodeCommit using the identities used in your business. This is useful because you can reuse your existing organizational identities and authentication methods. In this blog post, we’ll focus […]

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Refining Access to Branches in AWS CodeCommit

Thanks to Susan Ferrell, Senior Technical Writer, for a great blog post on how to use CodeCommit branch-level permissions. —- AWS CodeCommit users have been asking for a way to restrict commits to some repository branches to just a few people. In this blog post, we’re going to show you how to do that by creating […]

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CI/CD with Data: Enabling Data Portability in a Software Delivery Pipeline with AWS Developer Tools, Kubernetes, and Portworx

This post is written by Eric Han – Vice President of Product Management Portworx and Asif Khan – Solutions Architect Data is the soul of an application. As containers make it easier to package and deploy applications faster, testing plays an even more important role in the reliable delivery of software. Given that all applications have data, development […]

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Secure Builds with AWS CodeBuild and LayeredInsight

This post is written by Asif Awan, Chief Technology Officer of Layered Insight, Subin Mathew – Software Development Manager for AWS CodeBuild, and Asif Khan – Solutions Architect Enterprises adopt containers because they recognize the benefits: speed, agility, portability, and high compute density. They understand how accelerating application delivery and deployment pipelines makes it possible to rapidly […]

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Replicate AWS CodeCommit Repositories between Regions using AWS Fargate

Thanks to Raja Mani, AWS Solutions Architect, for this great blog. — In this blog post, I’ll walk you through the steps for setting up continuous replication of an AWS CodeCommit repository from one AWS region to another AWS region using a serverless architecture. CodeCommit is a fully-managed, highly scalable source control service that stores […]

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Continuous Deployment to Kubernetes using AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, Amazon ECR and AWS Lambda

Thank you to my colleague Omar Lari for this blog on how to create a continuous deployment pipeline for Kubernetes! You can use Kubernetes and AWS together to create a fully managed, continuous deployment pipeline for container based applications. This approach takes advantage of Kubernetes’ open-source system to manage your containerized applications, and the AWS […]

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Using Custom Source Actions in AWS CodePipeline for Increased Visibility for Third-Party Source Control

Update: We’ve added webhook support to CodePipeline. See the architecture below for more details. In our previous post, Integrating Git with AWS CodePipeline, we demonstrated one way to integrate third-party Git repositories with AWS CodePipeline by using Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda, and Amazon S3. That approach allows you to quickly integrate your Git repository […]

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