Integration & Automation
Tag: AWS CloudFormation templates
AWS Quick Start best practices for broad customer impact
See best practices that you can apply in developing AWS Quick Starts to help gain broad customer reach and impact.
Conditionally launch AWS CloudFormation resources based on user input
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.
Automated documentation of AWS CloudFormation template parameters
Automate the documentation of AWS CloudFormation templates by using a serverless solution that eliminates the need to run local scripts.
Deploy CloudFormation stacks at the click of a button
Deploy your Quick Starts and other AWS CloudFormation templates securely at the click of a button by using the AWS IoT Button.
Deploying AWS Lambda functions using AWS CloudFormation (the portable way)
AWS Lambda requires its source code to be hosted in an Amazon S3 bucket in the same AWS Region as the Lambda function, which poses challenges when writing AWS CloudFormation templates that are portable across different regions. This post discusses three patterns to address that at stack.
Handling circular dependency errors in AWS CloudFormation
Circular dependencies can be frustrating to resolve. In this post we will talk about what leads to circular dependencies, a few examples of circular dependencies and approaches to solve them.
Introducing the Infrastructure & Automation blog
Introducing the Quick Start Team and our blog: Why we decided to have a blog dedicated to infrastructure and automation, and the type of content we intend to cover.