“Continuous delivery is a DevOps software development practice where code changes are automatically built, tested, and prepared for a release to production. It expands upon continuous integration by deploying all code changes to a testing environment and/or a production environment after the build stage. When continuous delivery is implemented properly, developers will always have a … Continue reading Using AWS CodePipeline to achieve Continuous Delivery
In this episode, Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich cover recent DevOps on AWS news and speak with Jim Rohrer from Stelligent about automating the provisioning of AWS Workspace environments using AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, and Chef. Here are the show notes: DevOps on AWS News AWS re:Invent 2017 Using AWS Step Functions State Machines to Handle Workflow-Driven AWS CodePipeline Actions AWS … Continue reading DevOps on AWS Radio: Automating AWS Workspaces (Episode 12)
Simple dashboard built for viewing pipeline metrics in AWS. Built using CloudWatch dashboards and metrics populated from CloudWatch events that CodePipeline triggers.
With AWS CodePipeline Notifications, developers and others can receive notifications on events that occur in your pipelines — including pipeline, stage, and action changes. For example, you can receive email notifications on pipeline failures. Because CodePipeline notifications leverage Amazon CloudWatch Events, you can also integrate it with AWS resources such as SNS, Lambda, SQS, SSM, EC2, Inspector, Kinesis … Continue reading Get Notified on AWS CodePipeline Errors
In this blog post, you see a demonstration of Continuous Delivery of a static website to Amazon S3 via AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodePipeline. At the conclusion, you will be able to provision all of the AWS resources by clicking a “Launch Stack” button and going through the AWS CloudFormation steps to launch a solution stack. Using S3 … Continue reading Continuous Delivery to S3 via CodePipeline and CodeBuild
In this episode, Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich cover recent DevOps on AWS news and discuss how to use AWS CodePipeline to deploy Amazon Alexa skill. Here are the show notes: DevOps on AWS News Infrastructure as Code whitepaper from AWS cfn_nag mentioned Use CloudFormation StackSets to Provision Resources Across Multiple AWS Accounts and Regions How to Use AWS Organizations … Continue reading DevOps on AWS Radio: AWS CodePipeline and Amazon Alexa (Episode 11)
mu is an open-source, full-stack DevOps on AWS tool that simplifies and orchestrates your software delivery lifecycle (environments, services, and pipelines).
If you’ve done any experimentation with the Amazon Alexa voice service, you’ve probably learned that you can use AWS Lambda to write functions that can be executed from Alexa. As a developer, what’s exciting about this is that you can create your own custom Alexa skills to perform anything suited for voice-based computing. You’ll probably … Continue reading Use AWS CodePipeline to Deploy Amazon Alexa Skills
In this episode, Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich cover recent DevOps on AWS news and speak with Casey Lee from Stelligent about the open-source, full-stack DevOps on AWS tool called mu. Here are the show notes: DevOps on AWS News Launch – .NET Core Support In AWS CodeStar and AWS CodeBuild Build your first Serverless Web Application Take the Journey: Build … Continue reading DevOps on AWS Radio: mu – DevOps on AWS tool (Episode 10)
Today, we’re going to give you the “Hello, world” of web stacks and explain how you could run WordPress with mu. This is the fifth post in Stelligent’s blog series on mu, where we’ll lay out a path for using mu to run WordPress and try to hit a target that’s often hard to find … Continue reading WordPress, Mu, and You