Stelligent AWS Continuous Delivery Demo Screencast

See the YouTube screencast and transcript below of a Continuous Deployment pipeline demonstration for a Node.js application using AWS services such as EC2, DynamoDB, Route 53, ENI and VPC and tools such as AWS CodePipeline, Jenkins, Chef and AWS CloudFormation. Open source code is available at Transcript In this screencast, you’ll see a live… Read more »

AWS CodePipeline released, and there was much rejoicing

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

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

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 »

Deployment Pipelines in Amazon Web Services – An Introduction

This is the first article in a series that will be describing the typical stages and steps we define when implementing deployment pipelines for our customers. This first article introduces what will be covered in more detail in other articles in this series. All we do at Stelligent is implement Continuous Delivery in Amazon Web… Read more »

Creating a Secure Deployment Pipeline in Amazon Web Services

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 »

How we use AWS OpsWorks

Amazon Web Services (AWS) OpsWorks was released one year ago this month. In the past year, we’ve used OpsWorks on several Cloud Delivery projects at Stelligent and at some of our customers. This article describes what’s worked for us and our customers. One of our core aims with any customer is to create a fully… Read more »

Continuous Delivery in the Cloud: CD Pipeline (Part 2 of 6)

In part 1 of this series, I introduced the Continuous Delivery (CD) pipeline for the Manatee Tracking application and how we use this pipeline to deliver software from checkin to production. In this article I will take an in-depth look at the CD pipeline. A list of topics for each of the articles is summarized… Read more »

Continuous Delivery in the Cloud Case Study for the Sea to Shore Alliance – Introduction (part 1 of 6)

We help companies deliver software reliably and repeatedly using Continuous Delivery in the Cloud. With Continuous Delivery (CD), teams can deliver new versions of software to production by flattening the software delivery process and decreasing the cycle time between an idea and usable software through the automation of the entire delivery system: build, deployment, test,… Read more »

DevOps in the Cloud LiveLessons (Video)

DevOps in the Cloud LiveLessons walks viewers through the process of putting together a complete continuous delivery platform for a working software application written in Ruby on Rails along with examples in other development platforms such as Grails and Java on the companion website. These applications are deployed to Amazon Web Services (AWS), which is… Read more »