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Scalable agile development practices based on AWS CodeCommit

Development teams use agile development processes based on Git services extensively. AWS provides AWS CodeCommit, a managed, Git protocol-based, secure, and highly available code service. The capabilities of CodeCommit combined with other developer tools, like AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodePipeline, make it easy to manage collaborative, scalable development process with fine-grained permissions and on-demand resources.

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CodePipeline with CodeCommit, CodeBuild and CodeDeploy stages.

Automated CI/CD pipeline for .NET Core Lambda functions using AWS extensions for dotnet CLI

The trend of building AWS Serverless applications using AWS Lambda is increasing at an ever-rapid pace. Common use cases for AWS Lambda include data processing, real-time file processing, and extract, transform, and load (ETL) for data processing, web backends, internet of things (IoT) backends, and mobile backends. Lambda natively supports languages such as Java, Go, […]

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Automating cross-account actions with an AWS CDK credential plugin

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is an open-source software development framework to model and provision your cloud application resources using familiar programming languages. You can automate release pipelines for your infrastructure defined by the AWS CDK by using tools such as AWS CodePipeline. As the architecture for your application becomes more complex, so […]

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Building a CI/CD pipeline for cross-account deployment of an AWS Lambda API with the Serverless Framework

Modern-day applications that reside on AWS have several distinct environments and accounts, such as dev, test, and staging. An application has to go through an elaborate process of deployment and testing in these environments before reaching its final destination. To achieve automated deployment of the application across different environments, you must use CI/CD pipelines. Different […]

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Using AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeStar Connections to deploy from Bitbucket

AWS CodeStar Connections is a new feature that allows services like AWS CodePipeline to access third-party code source provider. For example, you can now seamlessly connect your Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud source repository to AWS CodePipeline. This allows you to automate  the build, test, and deploy phases of your release process each time a code change […]

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AWS CodeArtifact and your package management flow – Best Practices for Integration

You often use artifact repositories to store and share software or deployment packages. Centralized artifacts enable teams to operate independently and share versioned software artifacts across your organization. Sharing versioned artifacts across organizations increases code reuse and reduces delivery time. Having a central artifact store enables tighter artifact governance and improves security visibility. This post […]

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Building a CI/CD pipeline for multi-region deployment with AWS CodePipeline

This post discusses the benefits of and how to build an AWS CI/CD pipeline in AWS CodePipeline for multi-region deployment. The CI/CD pipeline triggers on application code changes pushed to your AWS CodeCommit repository. This automatically feeds into AWS CodeBuild for static and security analysis of the CloudFormation template. Another CodeBuild instance builds the application […]

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Fine-grained Continuous Delivery With CodePipeline and AWS Step Functions

Automating your software release process is an important step in adopting DevOps best practices. AWS CodePipeline is a fully managed continuous delivery service that helps you automate your release pipelines for fast and reliable application and infrastructure updates. CodePipeline was modeled after the way that the retail website Amazon.com automated software releases, and many early […]

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Using CodeBuild in Spinnaker for continuous integration

Continuous integration is a DevOps software development practice in which developers regularly merge their code changes into a central repository, then run automated builds and tests. Continuous integration (CI) most often refers to the build or integration stage of the software release process and entails both an automation component (such as a CI or build […]

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