AWS CodePipeline released, and there was much rejoicing

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AWS can be a big tease. Last November at re:invent, they announced AWS CodePipeline, an orchestration engine for builds. As they described it, I got more and more excited, up until the point they said it wouldn’t be released in mid-2015. Well, today might as well be Christmas, because CodePipeline has just been released and I am already figuring… Read more »

Continuous Delivery in AWS tools we use

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On a routine basis, we get asked which tools we use at Stelligent in delivering our solutions. Sometimes it’s a company interested in our services. Other times, it’s someone going though our hiring process (yes, we are hiring!). So, I’ve put together a list of the tools that we use in implementing Continuous Delivery in Amazon Web Services (AWS). All of our work… Read more »

Deployment Pipeline in Amazon Web Services – Support Infrastructure

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In the introduction to this series on deployment pipelines in Amazon Web Services (AWS), I covered the nine “stages” that we use as a starting point for our Continuous Delivery in AWS implementations at Stelligent. This first “stage” I’ll be describing is on establishing the support infrastructure for the deployment pipeline. It’s not what I think… Read more »

Creating a Secure Deployment Pipeline in Amazon Web Services

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Many organizations require a secure infrastructure. I’ve yet to meet a customer that says that security isn’t a concern. But, the decision on “how secure?” should be closely associated with a risk analysis for your organization. Since Amazon Web Services (AWS) is often referred to as a “public cloud”, people sometimes infer that “public” must… Read more »