AWS DevOps Pro Certification Blog Post Series: Code Pipeline
This is part of the blog post series: AWS DevOps Pro Certification
Using AWS costs money, some of these services may not be part of the AWS Free Tier. You can keep costs down by tearing down anything you've created whilst learning, but it's still possible to run up a hefty bill so pay attention to the instances you setup!
I'm very lucky to be able to use my employer's AWS account. You should ask your place of work if a similar arrangement can be made as part of your study.
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The format of the blog posts is liable to change as I try to refine my mental model of each domain, so be sure to revisit the blog posts on a regular basis.
CodePipeline is continuous delivery service that can be used to orchestrate the various services required to release software automatically: CodeCommit, CodeBuild and CodeDeploy.
Whilst it is possible to trigger CodeComit, CodeBuild and CodeDeploy manually, CodePipeline will do this for you automatically (via CloudWatch Events)
SDLC automation ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CodePipeline +---------------------------------------+ | | | CodeCommit -> CodeBuild -> CodeDeploy | | | +---------------------------------------+
TODO: going to revisit the previous blog posts for CodeCommit, CodeBuild and CodeDeploy to have a lab that spans these posts.
API and CLI features and verbs
- Custom Action Type
AWS DevOps Pro Certification Blog Post Series
- Domain 1: SDLC automation
- Code Commit
- Code Build
- Code Deploy
- Code Pipeline
- Domain 2: Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code
- Domain 3: Monitoring and Logging
- Domain 4: Policies and Standards Automation
- Domain 5: Incident and Event Response
- Domain 6: High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery