If you want to get into microservices, but aren’t ready to take the container plunge, you can deploy mu projects directly to AWS EC2 instances. Using mu’s EC2 mode, you can leverage the benefits of microservices without containerization, and speed up development feedback loops.
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. DevOps on AWS News Launch – .NET Core Support In AWS CodeStar and AWS CodeBuild Build your first Serverless Web Application Take the Journey: Build Your First Serverless Web … Continue reading DevOps on AWS Radio: mu – DevOps on AWS tool (Episode 10)
My friend and colleague, Stephen Goncher and I got to spend some real time recently implementing a continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline using only Ruby. We were successful in developing a new module in our pipeline gem that handles many of the docker engine needs without having to skimp out on testing and code … Continue reading Docker lifecycle automation and testing with Ruby in AWS
Automation testing is crucial to the success of a continuous delivery pipeline. This post demonstrates the use of mu to add tests to a pipeline.
In this episode, Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich from Stelligent cover recent DevOps in AWS news and speak about the release of AWS CodeBuild and how you can integrate the service with other services on AWS. Here are the show notes: DevOps in AWS News Managing Your AWS Resources Through a Serverless Policy Engine Introducing Git Credentials: […]
In this episode, Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich from Stelligent cover recent DevOps in AWS news and speak about the release of AWS CodeBuild and how you can integrate the service with other services on AWS. Here are the show notes: DevOps in AWS News Managing Your AWS Resources Through a Serverless Policy Engine Introducing Git Credentials: … Continue reading DevOps in AWS Radio: AWS CodeBuild (Episode 5)
We often overlook similarities between new CD Pipeline code we’re writing today and code we’ve already written. In addition, we might sometimes rely on the ‘copy, paste, then modify’ approach to make quick work of CD Pipelines supporting similar application architectures. Despite the short-term gains, what often results is code sprawl and maintenance headaches. This blog post series is aimed at helping to … Continue reading Refactoring CD Pipelines – Part 1: Chef-Solo in AWS AutoScaling Groups
This article outlines a proof-of-concept (POC) for automating Habitat operations from AWS CodePipeline. Habitat is Chef’s new application automation platform that provides a packaging system that results in apps that are “immutable and atomically deployed, with self-organizing peer relationships.” Habitat is an innovative technology for packaging applications, but a Continuous Delivery pipeline is still required to automate deployments. For … Continue reading Automating Habitat with AWS CodePipeline
In this post, we’ll be talking about creating cross-account access for DynamoDB. DynamoDB is a NoSQL Database in the cloud provided by Amazon Web Services. Whether you’re creating a production deployment pipeline that leverages a shared Keystore or deploying an application in multiple accounts with shared resources, you may find yourself wondering how to provide … Continue reading Cross-Account Access Control with Amazon STS for DynamoDB
Continuous Security: Security in the Continuous Delivery Pipeline is a series of articles addressing security concerns and testing in the Continuous Delivery pipeline. This is the sixth article in the series. In the first post, we discussed what OWASP ZAP is, how it’s installed and automating that installation process with Ansible. This second article of … Continue reading Automating Penetration Testing in a CI/CD Pipeline (Part 2)