Get an overview of the CodePipeline tool.
- [Instructor] CodePipeline is an umbrella type of service…that orchestrates the tool we've seen so far and more.…We have completed various steps…while trying to take our sample code…from its creation to its final destination,…which is fully deployed and providing a useful service.…It would be very time consuming and error prone…if we had to manually perform all tasks involved…for every new feature that ran a release.…So if you have code repositories,…code built, and code deployed projects,…you'll find it a lot easier…to manage those from CodePipeline.…
As we'll learn, a CodePipeline is made up of stages…and each stage will have one or more actions.…Each one triggered by an event.…In our case, source code being committed for a repository…will signal the start of the pipeline…and our code will move through different stages.…In our case, those stages are,…committing source, building, and deploying it.…In addition to automated action for your stages,…you can add a manual approval action.…
This can serve as a safeguard…
- Checking in source code with CodeCommit
- Building code in CodeBuild
- Deploying code with CodeDeploy
- Creating a DevOps pipeline with CodePipeline
- Creating and deploying an Elastic Beanstalk application
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