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Tag: CodeDeploy

AWS CodeDeploy Deployments with HashiCorp Consul

Learn how to use AWS CodeDeploy and HashiCorp Consul together for your application deployments.  AWS CodeDeploy automates code deployments to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and on-premises servers. HashiCorp Consul is an open-source tool providing service discovery and orchestration for modern applications.  Learn how to get started by visiting the guest post on the AWS Partner Network Blog. You […]

View AWS CodeDeploy logs in Amazon CloudWatch console

AWS CodeDeploy helps users deploy software to a fleet of Amazon EC2 or on-premises instances. The AWS CodeDeploy agent must be installed and configured on those instances in order for them to be used in a deployment. The agent generates three log files: Agent log – Contains information about the agent’s health and overall deployment […]

Automatically Deploy from GitHub Using AWS CodeDeploy

(This post has been updated on October 1, 2018 to reflect the deprecation of GitHub services. You can learn more about this deprecation here. We now recommend setting up automatic deployments from GitHub using AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeDeploy.) AWS CodeDeploy is a service that makes it easy to deploy application updates to Amazon EC2 […]