Category: Screencast

AWS CodeBuild is Here

Posted on December 20, 2016 by John Ulick | Leave a comment

At re:Invent 2016 AWS introduced AWS CodeBuild, a new service which compiles from source, runs tests, and produces ready to deploy software packages.  AWS CodeBuild handles provisioning, management, and scaling of your build servers.  You can either use pre-packaged build environments to get started quickly, or create custom build environments using your own build tools.  CodeBuild … Continue reading AWS CodeBuild is Here

Stelligent AWS Continuous Delivery Demo Screencast

Posted on November 17, 2015 by Paul Duvall | 1 Comment

See the YouTube screencast and transcript below of a Continuous Deployment pipeline demonstration for a Node.js application using AWS services such as EC2, DynamoDB, Route 53, ENI and VPC and tools such as AWS CodePipeline, Jenkins, Chef and AWS CloudFormation. Open source code is available at https://github.com/stelligent/dromedary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1kQ6hvHevw Transcript In this screencast, you’ll see a … Continue reading Stelligent AWS Continuous Delivery Demo Screencast

DevOps in the Cloud LiveLessons (Video)

Posted on July 25, 2012 by The Stelligent Team | Leave a comment

DevOps in the Cloud LiveLessons walks viewers through the process of putting together a complete continuous delivery platform for a working software application written in Ruby on Rails along with examples in other development platforms such as Grails and Java on the companion website. These applications are deployed to Amazon Web Services (AWS), which is … Continue reading DevOps in the Cloud LiveLessons (Video)

Screencast on using Hudson Continuous Integration

Posted on January 24, 2011 by The Stelligent Team | Comments Off on Screencast on using Hudson Continuous Integration

The Integrate Button website (from Paul Duvall’s book on Continuous Integration) recently published a screencast on using the Hudson Continuous Integration server – along with Subversion, Ant, HSQL and other tools. Click the image below to get started. The screencast demonstrates the following steps: Checkout source files from the Subversion repository – locally Run the … Continue reading Screencast on using Hudson Continuous Integration