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Tag: CloudFormation

CloudFormation Guard CI/CD

Integrating AWS CloudFormation Guard into CI/CD pipelines

In this post, we discuss and build a managed continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline that uses AWS CloudFormation Guard to automate and simplify pre-deployment compliance checks of your AWS CloudFormation templates. This enables your teams to define a single source of truth for what constitutes valid infrastructure definitions, to be compliant with your […]

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Multi-branch CodePipeline strategy with event-driven architecture

Multi-branch CodePipeline strategy with event-driven architecture

Henrique Bueno, DevOps Consultant, Professional Services This blog post presents a solution for automated pipelines creation in AWS CodePipeline when a new branch is created in an AWS CodeCommit repository. A use case for this solution is when a GitFlow approach using CodePipeline is required. The strategy presented here is used by AWS customers to […]

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Integrating SonarQube as a pull request approver on AWS CodeCommit

Integrating SonarQube as a pull request approver on AWS CodeCommit On Nov 25th, AWS CodeCommit launched a new feature that allows customers to configure approval rules on pull requests. Approval rules act as a gate on your source code changes. Pull requests which fail to satisfy the required approvals cannot be merged into your important […]

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Migration to AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild From GitLab

This walkthrough shows you how to migrate multiple repositories to AWS CodeCommit from GitLab and set up a CI/CD pipeline using AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild. Event notifications and pull requests are sent to Amazon Chime for project team member communication. AWS CodeCommit supports all Git commands and works with existing Git tools. I can […]

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Building and testing polyglot applications using AWS CodeBuild

Prakash Palanisamy, Solutions Architect Microservices are becoming the new normal, and it’s natural to use multiple different programming languages for different microservices in the same application. This blog post explains how easy it is to build polyglot applications, test them, and package them for deployment using a single AWS CodeBuild project. CodeBuild adds support for […]

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Implementing GitFlow Using AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS CodeDeploy

This post provides a high-level framework for how to implement GitFlow using AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS CodeDeploy. We also provide AWS CloudFormation templates and AWS CLI commands to help you get going. Before we begin, we want to point out that we strongly encourage Amazon teams to practice continuous integration (CI) […]

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Validating AWS CloudFormation Templates

For their continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline path, many companies use tools like Jenkins, Chef, and AWS CloudFormation. Usually, the process is managed by two or more teams. One team is responsible for designing and developing an application, CloudFormation templates, and so on. The other team is generally responsible for integration and deployment. […]

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Continuous Delivery of Nested AWS CloudFormation Stacks Using AWS CodePipeline

In CodePipeline Update – Build Continuous Delivery Workflows for CloudFormation Stacks, Jeff Barr discusses infrastructure as code and how to use AWS CodePipeline for continuous delivery. In this blog post, I discuss the continuous delivery of nested CloudFormation stacks using AWS CodePipeline, with AWS CodeCommit as the source repository and AWS CodeBuild as a build […]

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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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