Archive for July, 2016

Deploying an Application using AWS CodeDeploy and CodePipeline

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AWS CodeDeploy is part of a family of AWS deployment services that includes AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS CodePipeline, AWS CloudFormation, and AWS OpsWorks. AWS CodeDeploy coordinates application deployments to Amazon EC2 instances. It deploys applications from Amazon S3 buckets and GitHub repositories where the application contains deployable content like code, web, configuration files, executable packages, and so on.
First, you create an application on AWS Code Deploy that communicates with your EC2 instance along with the ARN Role of your …

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Deploying a Website with the AWS Certificate Manager

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The AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) simplifies and automates most tasks traditionally associated with the management of SSL/TLS certificates. He/she helps in the provisioning, deploying and managing of certificates for AWS-based websites and applications.
24/7 Network Engineers used the ACM to generate a certificate, while deploying the load balancer for a client. Using the ACM they successfully saved their clients’ time and money in getting the whole process approved by Certificate Authorities.
The ACM generates a Key pair of certificate signing …

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Automating Deployments

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Developers need to manually deploy the code after releasing their build. There are multiple steps to ensure everything is uploaded and managed in a proper manner.
The development and production environment can be a tricky task if not hosted in the same environment i.e. Shared hosting for staging but a dedicated server for production.
Amazon provides a bunch of tools to help fill the gap by automating deployments. You can use their services like Amazon CodePipline that may further be …

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