Learn about using Config and Service Catalog to add constraints to the types of AWS services that can be run in your environment.
- [Instructor] A common business requirement…when you're building continuous deployment pipelines…is around compliance…and there are a couple of tools…that you can integrate with pipelines…and I want to just mention them here.…First is AWS config.…Basically what this is…is you can not only look at the configuration…of resources in your count,…as the documentation says here about AWS config,…it's the service that allows you to set up rules.…Why you would use this with a pipeline…is you might want to have specific constraints…around specific services…and I'll just show you my example here.…
So if I go to the config console and I click add rule,…you'll see that there are a bunch of pre-created rules.…You can make your own too.…One that I've used before is ec2-instances-in-vpc…and obviously the reason for that…is so that you don't have rogue EC2 instances…that somebody is starting out there…and you just specify that VPC ID here,…so I'd have to just copy in a VPC ID…and then once you would make this rule,…you would apply this to a set of resources,…
- Continuous delivery (CD) approaches
- Automation approaches
- Core services of AWS
- Core AWS tools
- Advanced CD
- Advanced automation
- Using third-party tools for CD and automation
Skill Level Advanced
Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
1. Continuous Delivery (CD) and Automation Approaches
2. CD and Automation with Core AWS Services
3. Using AWS Tools for Advanced CD and Automation
4. Advanced and Third-Party Tools
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