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What is AWS CodePipeline?
A continuous delivery service, AWS CodePipeline is fully managed and helps automate release pipelines causing fast and reliable application and infrastructure updates.
The fact that AWS CodePipeline automates your software release processes allows the user to release new features to users at a rapid pace.
It allows ease in gathering user feedback and implementing changes.
The automation allows the user to be able to quickly test code changes and catch bugs before they grow to be difficult to fix.
Using the staging and release process users are able to quality check their application and infrastructure code.
Users have the ability to model all the stages of your software release process. This is done using the console interface, AWS CLI, CloudFormation, or AWS SDKs.
Specifying the tests to run and customizing the steps in your deployment is made simple.
AWS CodePipeline allows you to instantly model your software release process.
Connects existing tools and systems.
Able to be extended to adapt to the user’s needs.
Users have access to pre-built plugins or you can create custom plugins in any step of your release process.
The steps of AWS CodePipeline are as follows: Source, Build, Test, Staging, and Production.
Users are given 1 active pipeline for free per month as a member of the AWS Free Tier, other than that, you only pay for what you use. No upfront fees or commitments.
Every time there is a code change pushed to your application, AWS CodePipeline automates the build, test, and deploy phases based on the release model defined.
The user is able to efficiently deliver new features and updates.
AWS CodePipeline can be easily integrated with GitHub or your own custom plugins as mentioned above.