You’ll learn how to provision a CodeCommit Git repository in a CloudFormation template. Furthermore, you’ll discover how to automate the provisioning of a deployment pipeline that uses this repository as its Source action to deploy an application using CodeDeploy to an EC2 instance. You’ll see examples, patterns and a short video that walks you through the process.
This post describes how to automate the integration of AWS OpsWorks and CodePipeline using CloudFormation so that you can click on a Launch Stack button to instantiate all the infrastructure resources.
In this episode, Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich from Stelligent cover recent DevOps in AWS news and do a deep dive into automating the integration of AWS CodeCommit and CodePipeline using CloudFormation. Finally, they bring you into a Stelligent roundtable to discuss recent DevOps in AWS engagements with customers. About DevOps in AWS Radio On … Continue reading DevOps in AWS Radio: AWS CodeCommit and CodePipeline using CloudFormation (Episode 1)
In Building Continuous Deployment on AWS with AWS CodePipeline, Jenkins and AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS describes how to manually configure CodePipeline to deploy an Elastic Beanstalk application. In this post, after describing how to create and connect to a new CodeCommit repository, I’ll explain how to fully automate the provisioning of all of the AWS resources … Continue reading Create a Pipeline for Elastic Beanstalk in CodePipeline using CloudFormation and CodeCommit
Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced the integration of AWS CodeCommit with AWS CodePipeline. This means you can now use CodeCommit as a version-control repository as part of your pipelines! AWS describes how to manually configure this integration at Simple Pipeline Walkthrough (AWS CodeCommit Repository). One of the biggest benefits of using CodeCommit is its seamless … Continue reading Automate CodeCommit and CodePipeline in AWS CloudFormation