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Implementing GitFlow with Amazon CodeCatalyst

Implementing GitFlow with Amazon CodeCatalyst

Amazon CodeCatalyst is a unified software development service for building and delivering applications on AWS. With CodeCatalyst, you can implement your team’s preferred branching strategy. Whether you follow popular models like GitFlow or have your own approach, CodeCatalyst Workflows allow you to design your development process and deploy to multiple environments. Introduction In a previous […]

Load test your applications in a CI/CD pipeline using CDK pipelines and AWS Distributed Load Testing Solution

Load testing is a foundational pillar of building resilient applications. Today, load testing practices across many organizations are often based on desktop tools, where someone must manually run the performance tests and validate the results before a software release can be promoted to production. This leads to increased time to market for new features and […]

Deploy serverless applications in a multicloud environment using Amazon CodeCatalyst

Amazon CodeCatalyst is an integrated service for software development teams adopting continuous integration and deployment practices into their software development process. CodeCatalyst puts the tools you need all in one place. You can plan work, collaborate on code, and build, test, and deploy applications by leveraging CodeCatalyst Workflows. Introduction In the first post of the […]

Deploy container applications in a multicloud environment using Amazon CodeCatalyst

Deploy container applications in a multicloud environment using Amazon CodeCatalyst

In the previous post of this blog series, we saw how organizations can deploy workloads to virtual machines (VMs) in a hybrid and multicloud environment. This post shows how organizations can address the requirement of deploying containers, and containerized applications to hybrid and multicloud platforms using Amazon CodeCatalyst. CodeCatalyst is an integrated DevOps service which […]

Directing ML-powered Operational Insights from Amazon DevOps Guru to your Datadog event stream

Amazon DevOps Guru is a fully managed AIOps service that uses machine learning (ML) to quickly identify when applications are behaving outside of their normal operating patterns and generates insights from its findings. These insights generated by DevOps Guru can be used to alert on-call teams to react to anomalies for business mission critical workloads. […]

Policy-based access control in application development with Amazon Verified Permissions

Today, accelerating application development while shifting security and assurance left in the development lifecycle is essential. One of the most critical components of application security is access control. While traditional access control mechanisms such as role-based access control (RBAC) and access control lists (ACLs) are still prevalent, policy-based access control (PBAC) is gaining momentum. PBAC […]

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 […]