AWS DevOps Blog

Category: DevOps

How to deploy workloads in a multicloud environment with AWS developer tools

As organizations embrace cloud computing as part of “cloud first” strategy, and migrate to the cloud, some of the enterprises end up in a multicloud environment.  We see that enterprise customers get the best experience, performance and cost structure when they choose a primary cloud provider. However, for a variety of reasons, some organizations end […]

S3 URI Parsing is now available in AWS SDK for Java 2.x

The AWS SDK for Java team is pleased to announce the general availability of Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) URI parsing in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x. You can now parse path-style and virtual-hosted-style S3 URIs to easily retrieve the bucket, key, region, style, and query parameters. The new parseUri() API and S3Uri […]

The history and future roadmap of the AWS CloudFormation Registry

AWS CloudFormation is an Infrastructure as Code (IaC) service that allows you to model your cloud resources in template files that can be authored or generated in a variety of languages. You can manage stacks that deploy those resources via the AWS Management Console, the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI), or the API. CloudFormation […]

Integrating DevOps Guru Insights with CloudWatch Dashboard

Many customers use Amazon CloudWatch dashboards to monitor applications and often ask how they can integrate Amazon DevOps Guru Insights in order to have a unified dashboard for monitoring.  This blog post showcases integrating DevOps Guru proactive and reactive insights to a CloudWatch dashboard by using Custom Widgets. It can help you to correlate trends […]

DevSecOps with Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer CLI and Bitbucket Pipelines

DevSecOps refers to a set of best practices that integrate security controls into the continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) workflow. One of the first controls is Static Application Security Testing (SAST). SAST tools run on every code change and search for potential security vulnerabilities before the code is executed for the first time. Catching security […]

10 ways to build applications faster with Amazon CodeWhisperer

Amazon CodeWhisperer is a powerful generative AI tool that gives me coding superpowers. Ever since I have incorporated CodeWhisperer into my workflow, I have become faster, smarter, and even more delighted when building applications. However, learning to use any generative AI tool effectively requires a beginner’s mindset and a willingness to embrace new ways of […]

Create a CI/CD pipeline for .NET Lambda functions with AWS CDK Pipelines

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is an open-source software development framework to define cloud infrastructure in familiar programming languages and provision it through AWS CloudFormation. In this blog post, we will explore the process of creating a Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipeline for a .NET AWS Lambda function using the CDK Pipelines. We […]

Enabling DevSecOps with Amazon CodeCatalyst

DevSecOps is the practice of integrating security testing at every stage of the software development process. Amazon CodeCatalyst includes tools that encourage collaboration between developers, security specialists, and operations teams to build software that is both efficient and secure. DevSecOps brings cultural transformation that makes security a shared responsibility for everyone who is building the […]

Extending CloudFormation and CDK with Third-Party Extensions

Did you know you can use CloudFormation to manage third-party resources? The AWS CloudFormation Public Registry provides a searchable collection of CloudFormation extensions and makes it easy to discover and provision them in CloudFormation templates and AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) applications. In the past three months, we’ve added a number of new, exciting partners to the Public Registry, […]

Unit Testing AWS Lambda with Python and Mock AWS Services

When building serverless event-driven applications using AWS Lambda, it is best practice to validate individual components.  Unit testing can quickly identify and isolate issues in AWS Lambda function code.  The techniques outlined in this blog demonstrates unit test techniques for Python-based AWS Lambda functions and interactions with AWS Services. The full code for this blog […]