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Database Continuous Integration and Automated Release Management Workflow with AWS and Datical DB

Just as a herd can move only as fast as its slowest member, companies must increase the speed of all parts of their release process, especially the database change process, which is often manual. One bad database change can bring down an app or compromise data security. We need to make database code deployment as […]

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Building a Secure Cross-Account Continuous Delivery Pipeline

Most organizations create multiple AWS accounts because they provide the highest level of resource and security isolation. In this blog post, I will discuss how to use cross account AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) access to orchestrate continuous integration and continuous deployment. Do I need multiple accounts? If you answer “yes” to any of […]

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Use AWS CloudFormation to Automate the Creation of an S3 Bucket with Cross-Region Replication Enabled

by Rajakumar Sampathkumar | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

At the request of many of our customers, in this blog post, we will discuss how to use AWS CloudFormation to create an S3 bucket with cross-region replication enabled. We’ve included a CloudFormation template with this post that uses an AWS Lambda-backed custom resource to create source and destination buckets. What is S3 cross-region replication? […]

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Performing Blue/Green Deployments with AWS CodeDeploy and Auto Scaling Groups

Jeff Levine is a Solutions Architect for Amazon Web Services. Amazon Web Services offers services that enable organizations to leverage the power of the cloud for their development and deployment needs. AWS CodeDeploy makes it possible to automate the deployment of code to either Amazon EC2 or on-premises instances. AWS CodeDeploy now supports blue/green deployments. […]

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Using AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB in an Automated Approach to Managing AWS CloudFormation Template Parameters and Mappings

AWS CloudFormation gives you an easy way to codify the creation and management of related AWS resources. The optional Mappings and Parameters sections of CloudFormation templates help you organize and parameterize your templates so you can quickly customize your stack. As organizations adopt Infrastructure as Code best practices, the number of mappings and parameters can […]

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Implementing DevSecOps Using AWS CodePipeline

DevOps is a combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that emphasizes collaboration and communication between software developers and IT infrastructure teams while automating an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services rapidly, frequently, and more reliably. CI/CD stands for continuous integration and continuous deployment. These concepts represent everything related to automation of application development […]

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Replicating and Automating Sync-Ups for a Repository with AWS CodeCommit

by Chenwei (Cherry) Zhou, Software Development Engineer   Many of our customers have expressed interest in the following scenarios: Backing up or replicating an AWS CodeCommit repository to another AWS region. Automatically backing up repositories currently hosted on other services (for example, GitHub or BitBucket) to AWS CodeCommit. In this blog post, we’ll show you […]

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Extending AWS CodeBuild with Custom Build Environments

by John Pignata | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

AWS CodeBuild is a fully managed build service that compiles source code, runs tests, and produces software packages that are ready to deploy. CodeBuild provides curated build environments for programming languages and runtimes such as Java, Ruby, Python, Go, Node.js, Android, and Docker. It can be extended through the use of custom build environments to […]

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Run Umbraco CMS with Flexible Load Balancing on AWS

by Ihab Shaaban | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

In version 7.3, Umbraco CMS the popular open source CMS introduced the flexible load balancing feature, which makes the setup of load-balanced applications a lot easier. In this blog post, we’ll follow the guidelines in the Umbraco documentation to set up a load-balanced Umbraco application on AWS. We’ll let AWS Elastic Beanstalk manage the deployments, […]

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