New Training: Plan for DevOps CI/CD Pipelines at AWS
In this 7-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Bart Castle covers the components and value of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) for DevOps teams. Gain an understanding of the Code, Build, Test, Release, Deploy, and Operate phases. Learn how to write and edit code by using tools like Cloud9 and CodeStar, how to use CodeCommit and CodeBuild, how to deploy tested software by using CodeDeploy, and more. Watch this new AWS training.
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This training includes:
- 7 videos
- 44 minutes of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
- Continuous Integration and Delivery at AWS
- Coding and Developing at AWS
- CodeCommit Provides Source Control
- Building and Testing Code with CodeBuild
- CI/CD Orchestration with CodePipeline
- CodeDeploy for Hybrid Delivery
- X-Ray Tracing Provides Operations Visibility
What is CodeStar?
The world of DevOps depends on the CI/CD pipeline. It's all about automating tasks, both simple and complex, as much as possible. That's both a blessing and a curse for DevOps engineers. There are plenty of tools to create those automated tasks, and those tools can be complex and highly configurable. That high degree of configurability is powerful but it also has the potential to create mistakes. A service like CodeStar helps make those complexities much easier to start with.
CodeStar is a service for creating, managing, and working with your AWS software development projects. With CodeStar, you develop, build and deploy your applications through a CodeStar project, which launches and integrates any necessary AWS services required for your project development toolchain. CodeStar also manages access to projects and their resources, by granting permissions to the users of a project, which are called team members.
CodeStar further provides a unified user interface, through which you can coordinate developer activities. Within the project dashboard, you can view development activities for your projects, such as code commits, builds, tests, and deployments, so that you can track progress.