Category: AWS CodeCommit
One way to alleviate the pain of drift in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) workloads is to use a GitOps workflow to automate Amazon Machine Image (AMI) builds with AWS CodePipeline. In this post, we show you how to deploy a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, managed by CodePipeline, to build AMIs.
Learn how to reduce the use of managing secret and access keys and quickly deploy all the resources. Use version control to track all changes and enable better control in a multiaccount infrastructure.
Learn how to integrate Checkov into CodePipeline with fully automated pre-deployment compliance checks of your Terraform scripts, including built-in notifications. Our solution provides an end-to-end, automated CI/CD pipeline that allows you to stay compliant with AWS best-practices with minimal operational overhead.
Have you created permission sets and assigned them to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) groups in AWS Organizations? Have you used existing corporate identities with AWS IAM Identity Center (successor to AWS Single Sign-On) to grant Active Directory groups access to AWS accounts and applications? Save time and minimize errors by managing permission sets automatically with a continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline built with AWS developer tools.
Learn a simpler, faster method for updating your Lambda code that doesn’t require manual updates to Amazon S3. We provide a fully configured AWS CloudFormation template with Lambda code on AWS CodeCommit.
In this blog post, we discuss an operation that reduces the risk of downloading new packages from public repositories.
Learn how to use a code pipeline to automate the static file generation and content publishing process of a Hugo website.