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Create and Connect to an AWS CodeCommit Repository

To create a new CodeCommit version-control repository, go to your AWS console and select CodeCommit under Developer Tools. Click the Create new repository button, enter a unique repository name and a description and click Create repository. Next, you will connect to the repository. Connect to the¬†CodeCommit Repository There are a couple of ways to connect Read more…

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11.02 Grow people and engineering skills

There are many attributes and skills for people to be successful at doing Cloud Delivery in AWS. Traditional Linux or Windows, systems administration or programming skills are not enough. A combination of engineering (both systems and software development) along with consultative skills are essential. People like this don’t come cheap, but you can also grow Read more…

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11.01 Configure cross-cutting systems

There are many types of activities you might perform to support the overall deployment production line that aren’t a part of the actual pipeline itself. Some examples include logging aggregation, application monitoring, system monitoring and governance systems. For logging aggregation, you might incorporate CloudWatch logging and/or tools like Loggly or Splunk. For application monitoring, there Read more…

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10.01 Configure self-service operations

For the self-service deployment, you’ll provide a mechanism for authorized team members to enter some basic information into an application. Once this is done, an environment (with its deployment) will be launched and connection information to this environment will be provided to the authorized team members. Providing self-service resources is a key attribute and benefit Read more…