Integration & Automation
This post is a hands-on companion to the Data Lake with SnapLogic on AWS Quick Start. See how to use a SnapLogic pipeline to transform your input data, load it into an Amazon Redshift data warehouse, query the data in Amazon Redshift, and visualize it with Amazon QuickSight, so that you can analyze the data.
David B. Schott, Senior Business Development Engineer at CloudBees, Inc., details his technology adventures building, with a tight deadline and a learning curve, a Quick Start for the CloudBees Core CI/CD product.
See how you can securely generate, store, and retrieve passwords during automated workflows by using AWS Secrets Manager and AWS CloudFormation.
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See best practices that you can apply in developing AWS Quick Starts to help gain broad customer reach and impact.
Here are two patterns that you can add to AWS CloudFormation to customize automated deployments based on values provided during the launch. The first pattern is for designing nested stacks that are optional. The second pattern allows you to change template URLs based on the current scenario.
This second post in a two-part series covers how you can streamline your automated deployments by orchestrating Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration within AWS Systems Manager Automation documents.
In this first post of a two-part series, read about the benefits of using AWS CloudFormation and AWS Systems Manager together to streamline deployment, and outputting logs to Amazon CloudWatch for centralized troubleshooting.
Automate the documentation of AWS CloudFormation templates by using a serverless solution that eliminates the need to run local scripts.
Deploy your Quick Starts and other AWS CloudFormation templates securely at the click of a button by using the AWS IoT Button.