AWS CodeCommit Posts

New Section! Building Docker Images & ECS Rolling Deployments With AWS CodePipeline

New Docker & ECS Rolling Deployments Section on AWS CodePipeline Step by Step

I am excited to share our newest section in my Udemy bestseller AWS CodePipeline Step by Step course, Building Docker Images & ECS Rolling Deployments With AWS CodePipeline.

If you’ve not joined yet, for the next five days, you can join this course with a best-price coupon special to the launch of the new section using the link below:

https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-codepipeline-step-by-step/?couponCode=CDP-DOCKER-ECS-2022

Our newest section focuses on building your Docker images, publishing them to Docker Hub or Amazon ECR with AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild, and deploying them to Amazon ECS as rolling deployments** using the direct integration of CodePipeline with ECS. Read more at New Section! Building Docker Images & ECS Rolling Deployments With AWS CodePipeline post.

CI vs. CD: What are Continuous Integration, Delivery or Development?

CI vs. CD - Continuous Integration, Delivery or Development

Today, applying CI/CD is one of the most crucial DevOps practices. CI means Continous Integration, whereas CD can be applied as either Continuous Development or Continuous Deployment. Sometimes the terminology may seem confusing and people talking about them often assume that you know them from the beginning. So, as a developer applying CI/CD for years and having launched a course about the native CI/CD solution of AWS, AWS CodePipeline, I may help you understand these DevOps concepts. In this post, I will discuss what CI and CD practices mean and explain their differences. Read more at CI vs. CD: What are Continuous Integration, Delivery or Development? post.

Sharing Your AWS CodeCommit Repository With Other Developers

Sharing Your AWS CodeCommit Repository

You started using AWS CodeCommit as your remote private Git repository and liked its cost-effective, easy to manage, and serverless nature. Now you would like to invite other developers to your project and collaborate with them. How can you achieve this?

In this post, I will talk about the steps you need to make your repository accessible to other developers. Let’s start!

Read more at Sharing Your AWS CodeCommit Repository With Other Developers post.

Announcing My AWS CodePipeline Step by Step Course

AWS CodePipeline Step by Step

AWS CodePipeline is the AWS service to build and orchestrate your CI/CD workflows on AWS. Using CodePipeline with other AWS developer tools, you can model, visualize, and automate your software release process without maintaining any build or deploy servers.

Today, I am excited to announce the launch of my new course AWS CodePipeline Step by Step on Udemy! In this post, I will talk about what you will learn in this course section by section. Besides, I will also share a discount coupon special to launch in the end. Read more at Announcing My AWS CodePipeline Step by Step Course post.