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Tag: GitLab

Deploy a Docker application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk with GitLab

Many customers rely on AWS Elastic Beanstalk to manage the infrastructure provisioning, monitoring, and deployment of their web applications. Although Elastic Beanstalk supports several development platforms and languages, its support for Docker applications provides the most flexibility for developers to define their own stacks and achieve faster delivery cycles. At the same time, organizations want […]

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CI/CD Platform with Gitlab and AWS

Choosing a Well-Architected CI/CD approach: Open Source on AWS

Introduction When building a CI/CD platform, it is important to make an informed decision regarding every underlying tool. This post explores evaluating the criteria for selecting each tool focusing on a balance between meeting functional and non-functional requirements, and maximizing value. Your first decision: source code management. Source code is potentially your most valuable asset, […]

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Choosing a CI/CD approach: Open Source on AWS, an Iponweb story

Iponweb is a global leader in building programmatic and real-time advertising technology and infrastructure for some of the world’s biggest digital media buyers and sellers. The company develops client-facing products and internal development tools that must be platform agnostic to support spanning across multiple cloud services. In this post, we explore how Iponweb applied key […]

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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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