Managing Source Control with AWS CodeCommit

by Saravanan Dhandapani

In a software development project, selecting the right version control system is crucial. This course will teach you various cutting edge features and benefits offered by AWS Codecommit.

What you'll learn

One of the challenges in a software development project is having a source control system that can scale well as your project grows without a huge learning curve for the developers. In this course, Managing Source Control with AWS CodeCommit, you’ll learn how to configure AWS CodeCommit and integrate it with other AWS services like Cloud 9 and CodeStar. First, you’ll explore how to create a repo, migrate an existing repo, and setup required authentication. Next, you’ll discover how to integrate AWS CodeCommit with Cloud9. Then, you'll explore how to monitor and receive alerts when the developers start making changes to the repo. Finally, you’ll learn how to integrate CodeCommit with AWS CodeStar. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of configuring AWS CodeCommit needed to create a highly scalable source control system that integrates well with other AWS services leveraging some of the Git tools that most developers are familiar with.

About the author

I have been working in IT design, development, and architecture for more than a decade for some of the top fortune 100 companies. I have been involved in fine-tuning software delivery process, improving performance and developing software that is scalable and portable. Some of the key areas where I have worked on are architecture and design using Java, ESB, Tomcat, ReactJS, JavaScript, Linux, Oracle, SVN, GIT and so on and cloud technologies including AWS and GCP.

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