Learn about using CloudWatch alarms as event threshold for CI/CD pipeline actions.
- [Narrator] Now, because we are going to be working…programmatically with CloudWatch Alarms…and we haven't really looked to them in this course…and sort of assuming you're familiar,…I'm just going to take a light treatment…in case you've never seen them before.…CloudWatch course is your central service point…for all of you logs, so you have your log information…about all of you service access,…so, for example, for our demo serverless application,…we have a code build log group…and we have log streams and we have detailed information…in our log streams that we've seen subsets of…in our, for example, code build tools…and so on and so forth, so this…is the central repository for logs.…
We also have, of course, metrics…and you can see that we have some graph metrics, as well.…We haven't really sent anything up here,…but this where you'd see it.…However, more (mumbles) to the building of a code pipeline…is this idea of an alarm, because the idea is…once a service level gets into an alarm state,…maybe some code that you've deployed is bad…
- 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: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 56m 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
Infrastructure as code4m 22s
Next steps1m 13s
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