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Category: Developer Tools

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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CodePipeline Archietcture with all stages

Building and testing iOS and iPadOS apps with AWS DevOps and mobile services

Continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) helps automate software delivery processes. With the software delivery process automated, developers can test and deliver features faster. In iOS app development, testing your apps on real devices allows you to understand how users will interact with your app and to detect potential issues in real time.

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Using AWS CodeBuild to execute administrative tasks

This article is a guest post from AWS Serverless Hero Gojko Adzic. At MindMup, we started using AWS CodeBuild to quickly lift and shift support tasks to the cloud. MindMup is a collaborative mind-mapping tool, used by millions of teachers and students to collaborate on assignments, structure ideas, and organize and navigate complex information. Still, […]

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Solution Architecture Diagram

Deploying a ASP.NET Core web application to Amazon ECS using an Azure DevOps pipeline

For .NET developers, leveraging Team Foundation Server (TFS) has been the cornerstone for CI/CD over the years. As more and more .NET developers start to deploy onto AWS, they have been asking questions about using the same tools to deploy to the AWS cloud. By configuring a pipeline in Azure DevOps to deploy to the […]

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Enhancing automated database continuous integration with AWS CodeBuild and Amazon RDS Database Snapshot

In major integration merges, it’s sometimes necessary to verify the changes with existing online data. To inspect the changes with a cloned database can give us confidence to deploy to the production database. This post demonstrates how to use AWS CodeBuild and Amazon RDS Database Snapshot to verify your code revisions in both the application […]

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The AWS CodePipline pipeline architecture we use to test our API.

Automating your API testing with AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodePipeline, and Postman

Today, enterprises of all shapes and sizes are engaged in some form of digital transformation. Many recognize that successful digital transformation requires continuous evolution powered by a robust API strategy. APIs enable the creation of new products, improvement of the customer experience, transformation of business processes, and ultimately, the agility needed to create sustainable business […]

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Architecture diagram showing an overview of how CI/CD metrics are extracted and transformed to create a dynamic QuickSight dashboard

Monitoring and management with Amazon QuickSight and Athena in your CI/CD pipeline

One of the many ways to monitor and manage required CI/CD metrics is to use Amazon QuickSight to build customized visualizations. Additionally, by applying Lean management to software delivery processes, organizations can improve delivery of features faster, pivot when needed, respond to compliance and security changes, and take advantage of instant feedback to improve the […]

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Testing and creating CI/CD pipelines for AWS Step Functions

AWS Step Functions allow users to easily create workflows that are highly available, serverless, and intuitive. Step Functions natively integrate with a variety of AWS services including, but not limited to, AWS Lambda, AWS Batch, AWS Fargate, and Amazon SageMaker. It offers the ability to natively add error handling, retry logic, and complex branching, all […]

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Identifying and resolving security code vulnerabilities using Snyk in AWS CI/CD Pipeline

The majority of companies have embraced open-source software (OSS) at an accelerated rate even when building proprietary applications. Some of the obvious benefits for this shift include transparency, cost, flexibility, and a faster time to market. Snyk’s unique combination of developer-first tooling and best in class security depth enables businesses to easily build security into […]

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