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cloudformation_templates - AWS - CloudFormation Templates

  •    Shell

This repository contains a collaboration of general and specific Amazon Web Services CloudFormation Template Examples. The basic design is a layered approach so there is less repeat content between all the templates. That way you can build a custom environment by picking the solution templates you wish to use. In other words you won't see a VPC created over and over throughout the templates. You simply use the VPC template then move to the next piece you would like to create. Also, The general design leans towards not having to refactor the template to fit your account/environment. By using the configured parameters from the console or CLI you should be able to use the template without the need to edit it. The templates generally output all the information you may need for another template. So, be sure to examine the Outputs tab after creating the stack.

aws-vsts-tools - AWS Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services

  •    PowerShell

The AWS Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) adds tasks to easily enable build and release pipelines in VSTS and Team Foundation Server to work with AWS services including Amazon S3, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS CodeDeploy, AWS Lambda, AWS CloudFormation, Amazon Simple Queue Service and Amazon Simple Notification Service, and run commands using the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell module and the AWS CLI. The tools include a new service endpoint type, AWS, to supply AWS credentials to the tasks at runtime.The AWS Tools for VSTS is available from the Visual Studio Marketplace.

devops-essentials - Source code samples for DevOps Essentials on AWS Complete Video Course

  •    HTML

AWS CodePipeline (along with other AWS Developer Tools such as AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS CodeDeploy) is a fully-managed service for orchestrating continuous delivery. In DevOps Essentials on AWS Complete Video Course, you'll learn how to continuous delivery pipelines using AWS services and tools so if you're some type of software or DevOps-focused engineer or architect interested in learning how to use AWS Developer Tools to create a full-lifecycle software delivery solution, it's the course for you. The focus of the course is on deployment pipeline architectures and its implementations versus software architectures. To launch the first solution (i.e. a static website to S3), you'll need to specify a unique S3 bucket name for the website bucket that will be created along with a GitHub token. Review and ensure you've configured the Prerequisites before launching the stack below.




codedeploy-example - This is a project demonstrating AWS CodeDeploy

  •    Shell

This project will demonstrate the basics of deploying an application to an Auto Scaled EC2 instance with CodeDeploy. The infrastructure is setup is automated with CloudFormation. A NodeJS Express application will serve as a dummy application. Dependencies are preinstalled into the AMI with Packer. You should have the aws cli installed and configured with your AWS credentials. NodeJS and npm are also required to run the example app.

go-furnace - Go Hosting Solution with CloudFormation and CodeDeploy

  •    Go

Here is a very short description of what Furnace does in a handy IKEA manual format. AWS Cloud Formation hosting with Go. This project utilizes the power of AWS CloudFormation and CodeDeploy in order to simply deploy an application into a robust, self-healing, redundant environment. The environment is configurable through the CloudFormation Template. A sample can be found in the templates folder.