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CICD on Serverless Applications using AWS CodeArtifact

Developing and deploying applications rapidly to users requires a working pipeline that accepts the user code (usually via a Git repository). AWS CodeArtifact was announced in 2020. It’s a secure and scalable artifact management product that easily integrates with other AWS products and services. CodeArtifact allows you to publish, store, and view packages, list package […]

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Secure and analyse your Terraform code using AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild and tfsec

Introduction More and more customers are using Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) to design and implement their infrastructure on AWS. This is why it is essential to have pipelines with Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) for infrastructure deployment. HashiCorp Terraform is one of the popular IaC tools for customers on AWS. In this blog, I will guide you through […]

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Keeping up with your dependencies: building a feedback loop for shared libraries

In a microservices world, it’s common to share as little as possible between services. This enables teams to work independently of each other, helps to reduce wait times and decreases coupling between services. However, it’s also a common scenario that libraries for cross-cutting-concerns (such as security or logging) are developed one time and offered to […]

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Building a CI/CD pipeline to update an AWS CloudFormation StackSets

AWS CloudFormation StackSets can extend the functionality of CloudFormation Stacks by enabling you to create, update, or delete one or more stack across multiple accounts. As a developer working in a large enterprise or for a group that supports multiple AWS accounts, you may often find yourself challenged with updating AWS CloudFormation StackSets. If you’re […]

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Use AWS CodeCommit to mirror an Azure DevOps repository using an Azure DevOps pipeline

AWS customers with Git repositories in Azure DevOps can automatically backup their repositories in the AWS Cloud using an AWS CodeCommit repository as a replica. By configuring an Azure DevOps pipeline, the source and replica repositories can be automatically kept in sync. When updates are pushed to the source repository, the pipeline will be triggered […]

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Choosing a Well-Architected CI/CD approach: Open-source software and AWS Services

Take a Well-Architected approach to make an informed decision when choosing to implement CI/CD using open-source tools on AWS services, using managed AWS services, or a combination of both.

We will look at key considerations for evaluating open-source software and AWS Services using the perspectives of a startup company, and a mature company, as examples. These will give you two very different points of view that you can use to compare to your own organization. To make this investigation easier we will use Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) capabilities as the target of our investigation.

In our next two blog posts we will follow two AWS customers Iponweb and BigHat Biosciences as they share their CI/CD journeys, their perspective, the decisions they made, and why.

To end the series, we will explore an example reference architecture showing the benefits AWS provides regardless of your emphasis on open source tools or managed AWS services.

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CI/CD on Amazon EKS using AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, and FluxCD

This post discusses how we can speed up the development of our Kubernetes infrastructure by using a continuous integration (CI) pipeline to build our Docker images and automatically deploy them to our Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) cluster using FluxCD and the GitOps philosophy as the continuous delivery (CD) element. To do so, we […]

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Agile website delivery with Hugo and AWS Amplify

In this post, we show how you can rapidly configure and deploy a website using Hugo (an AWS Cloud9 integrated development environment (IDE) for content editing), AWS CodeCommit for source code control, and AWS Amplify to implement a source code-controlled, automated deployment process. When hosting a website on AWS, you can choose from several options. […]

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