AWS DevOps Blog

Reducing Your Organization’s Carbon Footprint with Amazon CodeGuru Profiler

It is crucial to examine every functional area when firms reorient their operations toward sustainable practices. Making informed decisions is necessary to reduce the environmental effect of an IT stack when creating, deploying, and maintaining it. To build a sustainable business for our customers and for the world we all share, we have deployed data […]

Publish Amazon DevOps Guru Insights to Slack Channel

Customers using Amazon DevOps Guru often wants to publish operational insights to chat collaboration platforms, such as Slack and Amazon Chime. Amazon DevOps Guru offers a fully managed AIOps platform service that enables developers and operators to improve application availability and resolve operational issues faster. It minimizes manual effort by leveraging machine learning (ML) powered […]

Create a Multi-Region Python Package Publishing Pipeline with AWS CDK and CodePipeline

Customers can author and store internal software packages in AWS by leveraging the AWS CodeSuite (AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodeCommit, and AWS CodeArtifact).  As of the publish date of this blog post, there is no native way to replicate your CodeArtifact Packages across regions. This blog addresses how a custom solution built with the […]

Fine-tuning Operations at Slice using AWS DevOps Guru

This guest post was authored by Sapan Jain, DevOps Engineer at Slice, and edited by Sobhan Archakam and Adnan Bilwani, at AWS. Slice empowers over 18,000 independent pizzerias with the modern tools that have grown the major restaurant chains. By uniting these small businesses with specialized technology, marketing, data insights, and shared services, Slice enables them […]

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Using CloudFormation events to build custom workflows for post provisioning management

Over one million active customers manage application resources with AWS CloudFormation every week. CloudFormation is a service that helps you model, provision, and manage your cloud resources by treating Infrastructure as Code (IaC). It can simplify infrastructure management, quickly replicate your environment to multiple AWS regions with a single turn-key solution, and let you easily […]

Implementing long running deployments with AWS CloudFormation Custom Resources using AWS Step Functions

AWS CloudFormation custom resource provides mechanisms to provision AWS resources that don’t have built-in support from CloudFormation. It lets us write custom provisioning logic for resources that aren’t supported as resource types under CloudFormation. This post focusses on the use cases where CloudFormation custom resource is used to implement a long running task/job. With custom […]

Hazard analysis and Chaos engineering at Vanguard Group

Anticipating events that can cause a disruption to your system’s service is critical to building highly available, reliable systems.  Hazard analysis gives you a method to identify such events.  Chaos engineering gives you a method to confirm that a system behaves as expected in adverse conditions.  By combining these methods, Vanguard is building reliability into […]

DevOps with serverless Jenkins and AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK)

The objective of this post is to walk you through how to set up a completely serverless Jenkins environment on AWS Fargate using AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK). Jenkins is a popular open-source automation server that provides hundreds of plugins to support building, testing, deploying, and automation. Jenkins uses a controller-agent architecture in which […]

Amazon DevOps Guru increases Operational Efficiency for 605

605 is an independent TV measurement firm that offers advertising and content measurement, full-funnel attribution, media planning, optimization, and analytical solutions, all on top of their multi-source viewership data set covering over 21 million U.S. households. 605 has built their technology solutions on AWS with dozens of accounts and tens of thousands of resources to […]

Easily protect your AWS CDK-defined infrastructure with AWS WAFv2

Security is a shared responsibility between AWS and the customer. When we use infrastructure as code (IaC) we want to describe workloads wholistically, and that includes the configuration of firewalls alongside the entrypoints to web applications. As we evolve the infrastructure that our application is built upon, we can adjust firewall rules in the same […]