Get started with cloud native DevOps continuous delivery using AWS Developer Tools. Learn to use AWS CodeDeploy, AWS CodeBuild, and AWS CodePipeline to automate continuous delivery & continuous integration for your application or infrastructure code.
Creating and maintaining traditional Continuous Delivery systems can be complex and burdensome. In this course, DevOps on AWS: Getting Started, you will gain the ability to set up and configure cloud native AWS Continuous Delivery processes using AWS Developer Tools, without running any of your own CI/CD infrastructure. First, you will learn how to deploy apps with AWS CodeDeploy. Next, you will discover Continuous Integration with AWS CodeBuild. Finally, you will explore how to automate software release processes with AWS CodePipeline. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of AWS Continuous Delivery services that are needed to implement DevOps processes in AWS.
Wes is an Architect and Engineer specializing in public cloud systems and web scale SaaS Operations. He designs, builds, and manages applications and systems that enable highly-available infrastructure, continuous delivery pipelines, and rapid releases in large, polyglot microservice ecosystems. Wes uses a variety of languages, frameworks, and tooling to build applications, define Infrastructure as Code, drive automation, and eliminate toil. He is vocal in the tech community by participating in mentorship, workshops and conferences, and is a Pluralsight Author. Wes is an advocate for Software Craft and the CALMS of DevOps; Culture, Automation, Lean, Measurement, and Sharing.
Course Overview Hello everyone. My name is Wes Novack, and welcome to my course, DevOps on AWS: Getting Started. I am a cloud architect and engineer with extensive experience working with Amazon Web Services. AWS invented the public cloud market, and to this day, it is still the most popular public cloud provider in the world. In this course, we're going to learn how to get started with DevOps on AWS using their native continuous delivery tools. Some of the major topics that we will cover include deploying apps with CodeDeploy, continuous integration with CodeBuild, and automating software releases with AWS CodePipeline. By the end of this course, you'll know how to set up a fully-featured continuous delivery pipeline that uses these native AWS DevOps services. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with general AWS infrastructure options, the AWS CLI, and simple application deployments using services like CloudFormation, OpsWorks, or CodeStar. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn continuous delivery the AWS way with this DevOps on AWS: Getting Started course here at Pluralsight.