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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment with AWS Pipeline

Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment with AWS Pipeline

Learn to set up a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline on AWS with the help of industry-leading tools and experts

Program Overview

CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) is a set of practices that involve automatically building, testing, and deploying software changes. AWS provides several services that can be used to create a CI/CD pipeline, including CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline.

Uptut's professional training course on CI/CD with AWS is designed to equip professionals with the necessary skills to implement Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines using AWS services. The course targets corporate clients who wish to train their employees on using AWS for CI/CD.

Uptut offers customizable options, which means that it can be tailored to the specific needs of corporate clients. The course can be customized in terms of the course content, delivery format, and duration, among other factors

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Why CI/CD with AWS pipeline for Your Business?

  • Faster Time to Market: CI/CD pipelines enable faster and more frequent releases, reducing the time to market for new products or features.
  • Increased Efficiency: CI/CD pipelines automate the build, test, and deployment processes, reducing the time and effort required to release new features or updates.
  • Cost-Effective: AWS provides cost-effective solutions for CI/CD pipelines, allowing businesses to save money on infrastructure and maintenance costs.

Make Your Team Proficient

Training Objectives

  • Understanding the fundamentals of CI/CD
  • Learn AWS services for CI/CD
  • Learn how to automate builds, tests, and deployments
  • Understanding infrastructure as code
  • Learn to monitor and troubleshoot pipelines
  • Understanding the security and compliance considerations involved in implementing CI/CD pipelines

Hands-on Experience with Tools

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Core Training Modules

  • 1. Setting up a pipeline
  • This involves configuring the different services involved in the pipeline (such as CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline) and defining the stages and triggers for the pipeline.
  • 2. Building and testing code
  • This involves using CodeBuild to compile, test, and package your code, and using CodeDeploy to deploy your code to a test environment.
  • 3. Deploying code
  • This involves using CodeDeploy to deploy your code to a production environment, and configuring automatic or manual approvals before deploying to production.
  • 4. Managing and monitoring the pipeline
  • This involves monitoring the pipeline to ensure that it is working as expected, and taking action if there are any issues. This can include troubleshooting, debugging, and reporting on the pipeline.
  • 5. Integrating with other services
  • This involves integrating the pipeline with other services and tools, such as GitHub, Jenkins, and Slack, to streamline your software development process.
  • 6. Configuration management
  • This involves managing the pipeline configuration and infrastructure as code, allowing for better versioning, collaboration, and rollbacks of the pipeline
  • 7. Security
  • This involves ensuring that the pipeline and your code are secure, by implementing encryption, access controls, and network isolation.
  • 8. Continuous Delivery
  • This involves automating the delivery of software changes to a production environment, with the aim of releasing new features and bug fixes to customers as quickly as possible.
  • 9. Continuous Integration
  • This involves automatically building and testing code changes as soon as they are committed to the source control repository, to catch and fix integration issues as early as possible.
  • 10. Containerization
  • This involves using containers (such as Docker) to package and deploy your code, which makes it easier to deploy and manage your application, especially if you need to move it between different environments.
  • 11. Canary Deployment
  • This involves deploying new versions of the software to a small group of users before rolling it out to the entire user base, which allows you to test the new version in a production environment before deploying it to all users.
  • 12. Blue-green Deployment
  • This involves having two identical production environments, one called "blue" and the other called "green". The blue environment is live and serving traffic while the green environment is idle.

How does personalized training work?

Analyzing skill gap and assessing business requirements
Customising curriculum with core and additional modules to fit objectives
Supporting learning implementation with consulting

Who will benefit from this training?

  • Developers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Release Managers
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Team
  • Security Team
  • Operations Team
  • Data Scientists/Engineers
  • Business Analysts
  • Data Scientists/Engineers

Is this training right for your team?

Take the AWS open assessment for teams to see how this training fits into the development of your workforce.

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  • Personalised training curriculum
  • 100% Live Sessions
  • Lifetime access to recordings and material
  • Hands-on labs and assignments included
  • Consulting Support
  • Delivered by industry experts

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