DevOps Pipelines: Using Action Type Integrations to Configure AWS Pipelines

DevOps    |    Intermediate
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Creating pipelines in AWS involves knowing how to use a series of CodePipeline action types for integration with products and services. In this course, you'll recognize the various action type integrations that facilitate AWS CodePipeline configuration. You'll identify the pipeline and stage structure requirements in AWS and list the test action integrations that can be included in pipelines and the deploy action integrations that can be used to deploy diversified applications. You'll then recognize the AWS services that can be used to configure approvals and invoke action integrations in CodePipeline and the prominent AWS service integrations not based on CodePipeline action types. Additionally, you'll create IAM users and configure IAM managed policies. You'll create two-stage pipelines and configure AWS CodeDeploy. You'll configure CodePipeline and CodeBuild to build pipelines and stages of pipelines. Finally, you'll use Step Functions invoke actions and create Lambda functions to be added as actions.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    recall the DevOps stages that need to be configured to create pipelines that deploy or test applications after they've been built and tested for every committed change
    create IAM users and assign CodePipeline permissions to them by configuring IAM managed policies
    create two-stage pipelines and configure CodeDeploy to deploy applications from CodeCommit repositories to Amazon EC2 instances
    list the various integration action types that can facilitate CodePipeline configuration and allow integration with the products and services in use
    describe the pipeline and stage structure requirements in AWS that can help implement the DevOps continuous integration and continuous deployment paradigm
    configure CodePipeline to use a versioned Amazon S3 bucket as the source stage for code and create a pipeline that uses the bucket as part of a source action integration in a stage
    configure CodeBuild as a build action to the build stage of a pipeline and configure CodePipeline to use CloudBees to build and test code in one or more actions in the pipeline
  • list the test action integrations that can be included in a pipeline as a build action to help implement a robust testing service
    list the deploy action integrations that can be used to deploy diversified applications, and configure resources to enable platforms for deployment using AWS CodePipeline
    describe the AWS services that can be used to configure approval and invoke action integrations in AWS CodePipeline
    configure CodePipeline to use a Step Functions invoke action in order to trigger state machine executions
    create Lambda functions to be added as actions in a stage when creating pipelines using the create pipeline wizard
    recall the AWS service integrations that are not based on CodePipeline action types but play an important role in managing non-functional aspects of CodePipeline
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    Course Overview
    1m 29s
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    2. 
    DevOps Stages to Facilitate Change
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    Managing IAM Users and Policies for Pipelines
    3m 45s
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    Creating Two Stage Pipelines
    5m 47s
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    Integrations with Action Types
    4m 10s
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    Stage Structure in AWS for CI/CD
    4m 30s
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    Configuring CodePipeline for S3 Buckets
    4m 23s
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    Configuring CodeBuild as Build Actions
    4m 54s
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    Test Action Integrations
    4m 49s
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    Deploy Action Integrations
    6m
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    Configuring Approval and Invoke Actions
    4m 57s
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    Using a Step Functions Invoke Action
    2m 42s
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    Creating Lambda Function in Pipelines
    4m 33s
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    AWS Service Integrations
    4m 22s
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    15. 
    Course Summary
    1m 32s

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