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Amazon Web Services offers AWS CodePipeline supports a technology infrastructure with configuration and updating by providing continuous integration and delivery to automate the build, test, and release process.AWS CodePipeline for easy deployment setupAWS CodePipeline is one piece of several autoscaling back-end infrastructures I have launched in AWS. CodePipeline, in conjunction with CodeDeploy, allows for automated testing, building & deployment of Github & S3 hosted code. CodePipeline can be thought of the orchestrator of a typical AWS code deployment setup. It allows you to setup the source of the code change (S3/Github/etc) and then define the steps the code takes. For example, you can implement a build step using AWS CodeBuild. You can also implement test & deploy steps. By using CodeDeploy, you can keep a fleet of instances up-to-date with the latest code releases.,CodePipeline reacts very quickly to new GitHub commits. It often starts new builds nearly instantly after code is pushed. The CodePipeline console & wizard is very intuitive. It was very easy to setup CodePipeline instances and define exactly required stages & the services to fulfill the stages. CodePipeline allows you to easily restart failed steps, right from the status page. The web console shows the current status of the builds and seems to not lag too far behind the actual status.,If you are not using GitHub, the setup for integrating with a repository is complicated. Doesn't appear to offer support for other revision control services or other revision control tools out-of-the-box. CodePipeline is probably too expensive for personal projects, especially if you use the other AWS tools for the pipeline steps like CodeDeploy. Not as flexible or customizable as a self-hosted Jenkins server.,7,CodePipeline has reduced ongoing devops costs for my clients, especially around deployment & testing. CodePipeline has sped up development workflow by making the deployment process automated off git pushes. Deployment takes very little coordination as the system will just trigger based on what is the latest commit in a branch. CodePipeline offered a lot of out-of-the-box functionality that was much simpler to setup than a dedicated CI server. It allowed the deployment process to built and put into production with much less and effort and cost compared to rolling the functionality manually.,Jenkins, CircleCI and Travis CI,WordPress, Yoast Wordpress SEO PluginsAWS CodePipeline is goodishCodePipeline is a very flexible continuous integration and continuous delivery tool. Our organization development team uses it to build and deploy our app; it makes deploying within the AWS environment a bit easier.,Works well within the AWS ecosystem. Coordinates various continuous delivery steps.,Ease of use - things like CircleCI or other tools are a bit easier to learn. Ability to build from more sources.,6,Same benefit any CI/CD system has - we're always delivering features. Quicker feedback on developed features. More investment was made into getting it set up.,Gitlab, CircleCI and Jenkins,CircleCI, Gitlab, Jenkins,6,4
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Alec Dibble profile photo
December 17, 2018

Review: "AWS CodePipeline for easy deployment setup"

Score 7 out of 10
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AWS CodePipeline is one piece of several autoscaling back-end infrastructures I have launched in AWS. CodePipeline, in conjunction with CodeDeploy, allows for automated testing, building & deployment of Github & S3 hosted code. CodePipeline can be thought of the orchestrator of a typical AWS code deployment setup. It allows you to setup the source of the code change (S3/Github/etc) and then define the steps the code takes. For example, you can implement a build step using AWS CodeBuild. You can also implement test & deploy steps. By using CodeDeploy, you can keep a fleet of instances up-to-date with the latest code releases.
  • CodePipeline reacts very quickly to new GitHub commits. It often starts new builds nearly instantly after code is pushed.
  • The CodePipeline console & wizard is very intuitive. It was very easy to setup CodePipeline instances and define exactly required stages & the services to fulfill the stages.
  • CodePipeline allows you to easily restart failed steps, right from the status page. The web console shows the current status of the builds and seems to not lag too far behind the actual status.
  • If you are not using GitHub, the setup for integrating with a repository is complicated. Doesn't appear to offer support for other revision control services or other revision control tools out-of-the-box.
  • CodePipeline is probably too expensive for personal projects, especially if you use the other AWS tools for the pipeline steps like CodeDeploy.
  • Not as flexible or customizable as a self-hosted Jenkins server.
I think AWS CodePipeline is a great tool for anyone wanted automated deployments in a multi-server/container AWS environment. AWS also offers services like Elastic Beanstalk that provide a more managed hosting & deployment experience. CodePipeline is a good middle ground with solid, built-in automation with enough customizability to not lock people into one deployment or architecture philosophy.
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January 17, 2019

User Review: "AWS CodePipeline is goodish"

Score 6 out of 10
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CodePipeline is a very flexible continuous integration and continuous delivery tool. Our organization development team uses it to build and deploy our app; it makes deploying within the AWS environment a bit easier.
  • Works well within the AWS ecosystem.
  • Coordinates various continuous delivery steps.
  • Ease of use - things like CircleCI or other tools are a bit easier to learn.
  • Ability to build from more sources.
If you're already on AWS, then using it as your build/test/deploy system makes a lot of sense. However, there are easier tools out there to do it that may not be as flexible, or may work better with your source control system.
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Amazon Web Services offers AWS CodePipeline supports a technology infrastructure with configuration and updating by providing continuous integration and delivery to automate the build, test, and release process.

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