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Using Git with AWS CodeCommit Across Multiple AWS Accounts

I use AWS CodeCommit to host all of my private Git repositories. My repositories are split across several AWS accounts for different purposes: personal projects, internal projects at work, and customer projects. The CodeCommit documentation shows you how to configure and clone a repository from one place, but in this blog post I want to […]

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Validating AWS CodeCommit Pull Requests with AWS CodeBuild and AWS Lambda

Thanks to Jose Ferraris and Flynn Bundy for this great post about how to validate AWS CodeCommit pull requests with AWS CodeBuild and AWS Lambda. Both are DevOps Consultants from the AWS Professional Services’ EMEA team. — You can help ensure a high level of code quality and avoid merging code that does not integrate […]

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How to Use Cross-Account ECR Images in AWS CodeBuild for Your Build Environment

AWS CodeBuild now makes it possible for you to access Docker images from any Amazon Elastic Container Registry repository in another account as the build environment. With this feature, AWS CodeBuild allows you to pull any image from a repository to which you have been granted resource-level permissions. In this blog post, we will show […]

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How to Use Docker Images from a Private Registry for Your Build Environment

AWS CodeBuild now supports using a Docker image that is stored in a private registry as your runtime environment. Previously, the service supported the use of Docker images from public Docker Hub or Amazon ECR only. In this blog post, we will show you how to use a Docker image from a private registry to […]

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Use AWS CodeDeploy to Implement Blue/Green Deployments for AWS Fargate and Amazon ECS

We are pleased to announce support for blue/green deployments for services hosted using AWS Fargate and Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS). In AWS CodeDeploy, blue/green deployments help you minimize downtime during application updates. They allow you to launch a new version of your application alongside the old version and test the new version before […]

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Build a Continuous Delivery Pipeline for Your Container Images with Amazon ECR as Source

Today, we are launching support for Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) as a source provider in AWS CodePipeline. You can now initiate an AWS CodePipeline pipeline update by uploading a new image to Amazon ECR. This makes it easier to set up a continuous delivery pipeline and use the AWS Developer Tools for CI/CD. […]

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Using AWS CodePipeline to Perform Multi-Region Deployments

AWS CodePipeline is a fully managed continuous delivery service that helps you automate your release pipelines for fast and reliable application and infrastructure updates. Now that AWS CodePipeline supports cross-region actions, you can deploy your application across multiple regions from a single pipeline. Deploying your application to multiple regions can improve both latency and availability […]

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New – How to better monitor your custom application metrics using Amazon CloudWatch Agent

This blog was contributed by Zhou Fang, Sr. Software Development Engineer for Amazon CloudWatch and Helen Lin, Sr. Product Manager for Amazon CloudWatch Amazon CloudWatch collects monitoring and operational data from both your AWS resources and on-premises servers, providing you with a unified view of your infrastructure and application health.

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Using Federated Identities with AWS CodeCommit

Thanks to Raja Mani, AWS Solutions Architect, for this great blog that describes how federated users can access AWS CodeCommit. — You can access repositories in AWS CodeCommit using the identities used in your business. This is useful because you can reuse your existing organizational identities and authentication methods. In this blog post, we’ll focus […]

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How to Test and Debug AWS CodeDeploy Locally Before You Ship Your Code

AWS CodeDeploy is a powerful service for automating deployments to Amazon EC2, AWS Lambda, and on-premises servers. However, it can take some effort to get complex deployments up and running or to identify the error in your application when something goes wrong. When I set up new deployments or debug existing ones, I like to […]

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