AWS DevOps Blog

Category: How-To

Improve Build Performance and Save Time Using Local Caching in AWS CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild now supports local caching, which makes it possible for you to persist intermediate build artifacts locally on the build host so that they are available for reuse in subsequent build runs. Your build project can use one of two types of caching: Amazon S3 or local. In this blog post, we will discuss […]

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Using Git with AWS CodeCommit Across Multiple AWS Accounts

I use AWS CodeCommit to host all of my private Git repositories. My repositories are split across several AWS accounts for different purposes: personal projects, internal projects at work, and customer projects. The CodeCommit documentation shows you how to configure and clone a repository from one place, but in this blog post I want to […]

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Announcing Local Build Support for AWS CodeBuild

Today, we’re excited to announce local build support in AWS CodeBuild. AWS CodeBuild is a fully managed build service. There are no servers to provision and scale, or software to install, configure, and operate. You just specify the location of your source code, choose your build settings, and CodeBuild runs build scripts for compiling, testing, and […]

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CI/CD with Data: Enabling Data Portability in a Software Delivery Pipeline with AWS Developer Tools, Kubernetes, and Portworx

This post is written by Eric Han – Vice President of Product Management Portworx and Asif Khan – Solutions Architect Data is the soul of an application. As containers make it easier to package and deploy applications faster, testing plays an even more important role in the reliable delivery of software. Given that all applications have data, development […]

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Announcing AWS CodeBuild Support for GitHub Enterprise as a Source Type and Shallow Cloning

Thank you to my colleague Harvey Bendana for this blog on how to do shallow cloning on AWS CodeBuild using GitHub Enterprise as a source. Today we are announcing support for using GitHub Enterprise as a source type for CodeBuild. You can now initiate build tasks from changes in source code hosted on your own implementation of […]

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How to Enable Caching for AWS CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild is a fully managed build service. There are no servers to provision and scale, or software to install, configure, and operate. You just specify the location of your source code, choose your build settings, and CodeBuild runs build scripts for compiling, testing, and packaging your code. A typical application build process includes phases […]

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Using AWS CodeCommit Pull Requests to request code reviews and discuss code

Thank you to Michael Edge, Senior Cloud Architect, for a great blog on CodeCommit pull requests. ~~~~~~~ AWS CodeCommit is a fully managed service for securely hosting private Git repositories. CodeCommit now supports pull requests, which allows repository users to review, comment upon, and interactively iterate on code changes. Used as a collaboration tool between […]

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AWS Developer Tools Expands Integration to Include GitHub

AWS Developer Tools is a set of services that include AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS CodeDeploy. Together, these services help you securely store and maintain version control of your application’s source code and automatically build, test, and deploy your application to AWS or your on-premises environment. These services are designed to enable […]

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Using AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS Lambda for Serverless Automated UI Testing

Testing the user interface of a web application is an important part of the development lifecycle. In this post, I’ll explain how to automate UI testing using serverless technologies, including AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS Lambda. I built a website for UI testing that is hosted in S3. I used Selenium to perform cross-browser […]

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