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AWS DevOps Training


AWS DevOps refers to the practice of using Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud services and tools to implement DevOps principles in software development and deployment processes. DevOps is a set of practices that aim to improve collaboration, communication, and automation between development and IT operations teams, with the goal of delivering software more rapidly and reliably.

AWS provides a comprehensive suite of services and tools that support various aspects of the DevOps lifecycle. Some key AWS services relevant to DevOps are:

  1. AWS CodeCommit: A managed Git repository service that allows teams to securely store and manage their source code in the AWS cloud.
  2. AWS CodeBuild: A fully managed continuous integration service that compiles and tests code automatically based on triggers from source code repositories. It helps build artifacts to be deployed later.
  3. AWS CodePipeline: A continuous delivery service that automates the build, test, and deployment phases of the release process. It integrates with various AWS services and third-party tools.
  4. AWS CodeDeploy: A service for automating application deployments to various compute resources, such as Amazon EC2 instances, on-premises servers, or AWS Lambda functions.
  5. AWS CloudFormation: A service that allows you to define and provision infrastructure resources as code, making it easier to manage and version infrastructure changes.
  6. AWS Elastic Beanstalk: A platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering that simplifies deploying and managing applications. It automatically handles the underlying infrastructure for you.
  7. AWS OpsWorks: A configuration management service that allows you to manage applications and servers using Chef or Puppet.
  8. AWS Systems Manager: A suite of tools that help you manage and automate operational tasks on AWS resources, such as patch management, configuration compliance, and instance management.
  9. AWS Lambda: A serverless compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. It can be used to trigger actions in response to events.

AWS DevOps practices enable teams to improve the speed, efficiency, and reliability of their software development and deployment processes.

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