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Your DevOps and Developer Productivity guide to re:Invent 2023

Your DevOps and Developer Productivity guide to re:Invent 2023 ICYMI – AWS re:Invent is less than a week away! We can’t wait to join thousands of builders in person and virtually for another exciting event. Still need to save your spot? You can register here. With so much planned for the DevOps and Developer Productivity […]

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Why AWS is the Best Place to Run Rust

Introduction The Rust programming language was created by Mozilla Research in 2010 to be “a programming language empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient(fast) software”[1]. If you are a beginner level SDE or DevOps engineer or decision maker in your organization looking to adopt Rust for your specific use, you will find this blog helpful […]

Announcing the AWS Well-Architected Framework DevOps Guidance

Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the launch of the AWS Well-Architected Framework DevOps Guidance. The AWS DevOps Guidance introduces the AWS DevOps Sagas—a collection of modern capabilities that together form a comprehensive approach to designing, developing, securing, and efficiently operating software at cloud scale. Taking the learnings from Amazon’s own transformation journey and our […]

Using Amazon CodeCatalyst Blueprints to Build and Deploy a Video-On-Demand Application to AWS

Using Amazon CodeCatalyst Blueprints to Build and Deploy a Video-On-Demand Application to AWS

In this blog post, we will walk you through how to create and launch new projects in minutes using Amazon CodeCatalyst Blueprints. Blueprints automatically generate source code and a continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to deploy common patterns to your AWS account without requiring extensive programming knowledge. This functionality boosts productivity and lowers time […]

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How to import existing resources into AWS CDK Stacks

NOTE: The CDK team has recently added a feature that automates the manual process described in this post. I have included a walkthrough at the end of the post that demonstrates the automated workflow using the cdk import command. Introduction Many customers have provisioned resources through the AWS Management Console or different Infrastructure as Code […]

Load test your applications in a CI/CD pipeline using CDK pipelines and AWS Distributed Load Testing Solution

Load testing is a foundational pillar of building resilient applications. Today, load testing practices across many organizations are often based on desktop tools, where someone must manually run the performance tests and validate the results before a software release can be promoted to production. This leads to increased time to market for new features and […]

Deploy serverless applications in a multicloud environment using Amazon CodeCatalyst

Amazon CodeCatalyst is an integrated service for software development teams adopting continuous integration and deployment practices into their software development process. CodeCatalyst puts the tools you need all in one place. You can plan work, collaborate on code, and build, test, and deploy applications by leveraging CodeCatalyst Workflows. Introduction In the first post of the […]

Deploy container applications in a multicloud environment using Amazon CodeCatalyst

Deploy container applications in a multicloud environment using Amazon CodeCatalyst

In the previous post of this blog series, we saw how organizations can deploy workloads to virtual machines (VMs) in a hybrid and multicloud environment. This post shows how organizations can address the requirement of deploying containers, and containerized applications to hybrid and multicloud platforms using Amazon CodeCatalyst. CodeCatalyst is an integrated DevOps service which […]

Directing ML-powered Operational Insights from Amazon DevOps Guru to your Datadog event stream

Amazon DevOps Guru is a fully managed AIOps service that uses machine learning (ML) to quickly identify when applications are behaving outside of their normal operating patterns and generates insights from its findings. These insights generated by DevOps Guru can be used to alert on-call teams to react to anomalies for business mission critical workloads. […]