This course will teach you how to use the AWS CodeArtifact service, including how to create repositories, add and manage the packages, create domains, manage access to CodeArtifact, and finally, the permissions required to access the packages.
AWS CodeArtifact service has many different aspects. In this course, Managing Software Packages with AWS CodeArtifact, you’ll learn to utilize the AWS CodeArtifact service. First, you'll explore what is AWS CodeArtifact and where it fits into the software development life cycle. Next, you'll take a look at the permissions needed to use the service and the permissions needed by CodeArtifact. Then, you'll explore monitoring the CodeArtifact service using CloudTrail. Finally, you'll see how to create the repository and manage software packages. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively utilize AWS CodeArtifact to manage software packages.
I am currently the Vice President of Engineering at Flare Network, and I have previously been the Head of DevOps. At the moment, I focus on creating fully immutable highly secure cloud environments for cryptocurrency and blockchain projects! Feel free to reach out to me on twitter!
Course Overview Hello, and welcome to my course on Managing Software Packages with AWS CodeArtifact. First, a little bit about me. My name's Joshua Edwards. I am the vice president of engineering at a blockchain and cryptocurrency‑focused business, and I have previously been the head of DevOps. This course is going to be focused on Amazon Web Services CodeArtifact. CodeArtifact is a super powerful software package service from AWS that allows you to store custom software packages and also public ones. This course will cover what is CodeArtifact, how to create a CodeArtifact domain, repository, and work with software packages, the prerequisites required to make this possible, and finally, how to monitor and keep your repository secure. By the end of this course, you'll be well on your way to becoming a CodeArtifact pro. But before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the AWS CLI and npm. It is not necessary to be well versed in these services, as I walk you through using them. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into further AWS DevOps services with courses on CodeBuild and CodePipeline. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn all about CodeArtifact with my Managing Software Packages with AWS CodeArtifact course, at Pluralsight.