Knowing how to create arifacts in a number of ways is a useful skill. In this course, Performing Continuous Integration with AWS CodeBuild, you will learn to utilize the AWS CodeBuild service. First, you will explore what is AWS CodeBuild and where it fits into a software development lifecycle. Next, you will take a look at the permissions needed to use the service and what permissions will be needed by CodeBuild. Then, you will take a look at a couple of CodeBuild scenarios and how it can be utilized by different professionals and in different use cases. Finally, you will look at managing the build artifacts produced from the CodeBuild Service. When you are finished with this course, you will have the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively utilize AWS CodeBuild to perform continuous integration.
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 Performing Continuous Integration with AWS CodeBuild. First, a little bit about me. My name is Joshua Edwards. I'm the vice president of engineering at a blockchain and cryptocurrency focused business. I have previously been the head of DevOps, and I have used CodeBuild on a day‑to‑day basis. This course is going to be focused on Amazon Web Services' CodeBuild. CodeBuild is a super powerful, automated build service from AWS that allows you to build artifacts in a number of ways. This course will cover what CodeBuild is, how to plant and create a build, including local builds, prerequisites required to make these possible, and finally, how to monitor and debug builds. By the end of this course, you'll be well on your way to becoming a CodeBuild pro. But before beginning this course, you should be familiar with EC2. It's not necessary to be well‑versed in this service as I walk you through using. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into further AWS DevOp services with courses on Code Pipeline and Code Deploy. I hope you join me on this journey to learn all about CodeBuild with my Performing Continuous Integration with AWS CodeBuild course, at Pluralsight.