Review core infrastructure and planning needs as you start to build your CD pipelines, including no deploy calendars.
- [Instructor] To prepare for CD, there are several steps.…First, you wanna understand the costs.…It's not necessarily the service costs…that you should be concerned about.…It's, when you're setting it up initially, the labor costs.…I've worked with teams for whom setting up simple CD…was a pretty easy task because they had done it before.…But particularly, if it's new to the team,…it can take actually days, weeks, or even months,…if you're doing very complex CD scenarios…with multiple verification.…So make sure you understand…and you have goals and checkpoints.…
You wanna start with CI, get CI working properly, and then…layer on CD with the types of verification, validation,…and testing that are gonna work for your business scenarios.…Also you need the baseline operations in place.…You should be enforcing object tagging…for all of your instances.…For example, if you're using EC2, lambdas,…and other objects, everyone on your team…should be using source control,…both the developers and, importantly, the DevOps team.…
- Understanding high availability (HA)
- Preparing for HA
- Designing for HA
- Understanding continuous deployment (CD)
- Types of verification tests used in CD
- Server mutability and CD
- Implementing CD
- Advanced CD pipeline techniques
- CD pipeline with Step Functions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding High Availability
2. Design for High Availability
HA for a big data pipeline5m 51s
3. Understanding Continuous Deployment
4. Implementing Continuous Delivery
Next steps1m 6s
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