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CICD on Serverless Applications using AWS CodeArtifact

Developing and deploying applications rapidly to users requires a working pipeline that accepts the user code (usually via a Git repository). AWS CodeArtifact was announced in 2020. It’s a secure and scalable artifact management product that easily integrates with other AWS products and services. CodeArtifact allows you to publish, store, and view packages, list package […]

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Deploying data lake ETL jobs using CDK Pipelines

Deploy data lake ETL jobs using CDK Pipelines

This post is co-written with Isaiah Grant, Cloud Consultant at 2nd Watch. Many organizations are building data lakes on AWS, which provides the most secure, scalable, comprehensive, and cost-effective portfolio of services. Like any application development project, a data lake must answer a fundamental question: “What is the DevOps strategy?” Defining a DevOps strategy for […]

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Blue/Green deployment with AWS Developer tools on Amazon EC2 using Amazon EFS to host application source code

Many organizations building modern applications require a shared and persistent storage layer for hosting and deploying data-intensive enterprise applications, such as content management systems, media and entertainment, distributed applications like machine learning training, etc. These applications demand a centralized file share that scales to petabytes without disrupting running applications and remains concurrently accessible from potentially […]

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Multi-account CodeGuru profiling

Building a centralized Amazon CodeGuru Profiler dashboard for multi-account scenarios

This post shows you how to configure CodeGuru Profiler to collect multiple applications’ profiling data into a central account and review the applications’ performance data on one dashboard.

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Enforcing AWS CloudFormation scanning in CI/CD Pipelines at scale using Trend Micro Cloud One Conformity

Integrating AWS CloudFormation template scanning into CI/CD pipelines is a great way to catch security infringements before application deployment. However, implementing and enforcing this in a multi team, multi account environment can present some challenges, especially when the scanning tools used require external API access. This blog will discuss those challenges and offer a solution […]

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Continuous Compliance Workflow for Infrastructure as Code: Part 2

In the first post of this series, we introduced a continuous compliance workflow in which an enterprise security and compliance team can release guardrails in a continuous integration, continuous deployment (CI/CD) fashion in your organization. In this post, we focus on the technical implementation of the continuous compliance workflow. We demonstrate how to use AWS […]

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Keeping up with your dependencies: building a feedback loop for shared libraries

In a microservices world, it’s common to share as little as possible between services. This enables teams to work independently of each other, helps to reduce wait times and decreases coupling between services. However, it’s also a common scenario that libraries for cross-cutting-concerns (such as security or logging) are developed one time and offered to […]

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Solution Architecture

Building a CI/CD pipeline to update an AWS CloudFormation StackSets

AWS CloudFormation StackSets can extend the functionality of CloudFormation Stacks by enabling you to create, update, or delete one or more stack across multiple accounts. As a developer working in a large enterprise or for a group that supports multiple AWS accounts, you may often find yourself challenged with updating AWS CloudFormation StackSets. If you’re […]

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Use AWS CodeCommit to mirror an Azure DevOps repository using an Azure DevOps pipeline

AWS customers with Git repositories in Azure DevOps can automatically backup their repositories in the AWS Cloud using an AWS CodeCommit repository as a replica. By configuring an Azure DevOps pipeline, the source and replica repositories can be automatically kept in sync. When updates are pushed to the source repository, the pipeline will be triggered […]

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