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Intro to AWS Developer Tools feat. AWS Codestar, and AWS SDKs & Developer Resources

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Software release cycles are now measured in days instead of months. Cutting edge companies are continuously delivering high-quality software at a fast pace. In this session, we will cover how you begin your DevOps journey by sharing best practices and tools by the "two pizza" engineering teams at Amazon. We will showcase how you can accelerate developer productivity by implementing continuous integration and delivery workflows. We will also cover an introduction to AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodePipeline, and AWS CodeDeploy, the services inspired by Amazon's internal devloper tools and DevOps practices.

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Intro to AWS Developer Tools feat. AWS Codestar, and AWS SDKs & Developer Resources

  1. 1. © 2017, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. Ian Massingham, Technical Evangelist @ AWS Twitter: @IanMmmm Email: ianm@amazon.com Getting Started with AWS Developer Tools
  2. 2. Agenda What is DevOps & AWS enabled DevOps Introducing AWS CodeStar AWS CodeStar and AWS Code Services Summary
  3. 3. What is DevOps? Union of software development and operations Migration of Agile continuous development into continuous integration and continuous delivery DevOps Model • No Silos – Puts emphasis on communication, collaboration, and cohesion between disciplines • Best practices for change, configuration, and deployment automation • Deliver apps/services at faster pace • High speed product updates Delivery Pipeline Feedback Loop COMPANY CUSTOMERS
  4. 4. • Integration tests with other systems • Load testing • UI tests • Penetration testing DevOps Release Processes: Four major phases Source Build Test Production • Check-in source code such as .java files. • Peer review new code • Compile code • Unit tests • Style checkers • Code metrics • Create container images • Deployment to production environments
  5. 5. DevOps Release processes: Levels Source Build Test Production Continuous integration Continuous delivery Continuous deployment
  6. 6. Amazon CloudWatch AWS CloudTrail Monitoring & Logging AWS DevOps Portfolio AWS CodeCommit AWS CodeDeploy AWS CodePipeline Software Development and Continuous Delivery Toolchain AWS CloudFormation AWS OpsWorks AWS Config Infrastructure as Code AWS CodeBuild AWS CodeStar AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate AWS X-Ray
  7. 7. AWS Continuous Integration & Delivery AWS Code Services AWS CodePipeline AWS CodeCommit AWS CodeBuildAWS CodeDeployAWS CodeStar
  8. 8. Introducing AWS CodeStar Develop on AWS in minutes: Easily set up your entire development environment and programming tools for coding, building, testing, and deploying on AWS Collaborate securely with your entire: Manage team access, add team members to projects by role i.e. owners, contributors Integrated issue tracking and project management: Integrates Atlassian JIRA Software to easily manage issues directly from CodeStar dashboard and monitor application progress and activity Supported for popular programming languages: Develop variety of applications using language of choice including Java, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, and Python. Release code faster: Set up your entire continuous delivery toolchain in minutes
  9. 9. AWS CodeStar – Implement AWS DevOps Source Build Test Production Third Party Tooling Software Development and Continuous Integration & Delivery Workflow AWS CodeCommit AWS CodeBuild AWS CodeDeploy AWS CodePipeline AWS CodeStar
  10. 10. Features of AWS CodeStar ü Project Templates ü Team Access Management with AWS IAM ü Managed Build Service with AWS Code Build ü Unified Project Dashboard using Amazon CloudWatch monitoring service ü Issue tracking and project management tool in dashboard via integrated Atlassian JIRA Software ü AWS CodeCommit for Secure Hosted Git Repository ü Automated App Deployments with AWS CodeDeploy and AWS CloudFormation ü Integration of AWS CodePipeline for Automated Continuous Delivery Pipeline
  11. 11. AWS CodeStar – Project Templates Preconfigured AWS CloudFormation templates for quick development project creation • Automatic provisioning of underlying AWS services for quick app coding and deployment Over twenty different AWS CodeStar project templates Support for websites, web services, microservices, Alexa Skills dev projects (and more) 3 Hosting environments § Self-Managed: Amazon EC2 with AWS CodeDeploy § Managed: Elastic Beanstalk § Serverless: AWS Lambda Amazon EC2 AWS CodeDeploy AWS Elastic Beanstalk AWS Lambda
  12. 12. AWS CodeStar – Project Templates Programming Languages Java JavaScript Python Ruby PHP CodeStar project templates support popular programming languages and IDEs IDE/Code Editors Visual Studio Eclipse AWS CLI AWS CLI
  13. 13. Demo: Project Creation & Templates
  14. 14. CodeStar – Project Dashboard Coordinate your day-to-day development activities Dashboard provides tools to view real time application activity, monitor builds, and flow of code through deployment pipeline Customize project dashboard by adding, removing, moving tiles Add customizable team wiki tile for team resources sharing or other purposes ex. show code snippets Use CodeStar project extensions to add tiles and functionality dashboard
  15. 15. AWS CodeStar – Working with Teams Build project team by granting user access to CodeStar project Project Roles ü Owner: Ability to add & remove team members, contribute code to project repo, grant or deny team members remote access ü Contributor: Ability to add & remove dashboard resources, contribute code to the project repository ü Viewer: Ability to view the project dashboard, code, tiles, and project state Project team members (users) ü Can have different CodeStar roles and permissions ü Can belong to multiple CodeStar projects
  16. 16. AWS CodeStar – Continuous Delivery Pipeline Each CodeStar project creates and configures an automated Continuous Delivery pipeline Source Build Test Production Third Party Tooling Software Release Steps: AWS CodeCommit AWS CodeBuild AWS CodeDeploy AWS CodePipeline
  17. 17. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: AWS CodeCommit
  18. 18. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: AWS CodeBuild
  19. 19. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: Third Party Tooling
  20. 20. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: AWS CodeDeploy Or AWS Elastic BeanStalk Or AWS Lambda
  21. 21. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: EC2 On-Prem AWS CodeDeploy
  22. 22. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: EC2 AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  23. 23. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: AWS CloudFormation/AWS SAM AWS Lambda Amazon API Gateway*
  24. 24. AWS CodeStar – AWS Code Services Source Build Test Production Software Release Steps: AWS CodePipeline
  25. 25. Demo: Continuous Delivery Pipeline
  26. 26. AWS CodeStar - Code integrated partners
  27. 27. Reliability AWS CodeStar – Easily Gain Benefits of DevOps SpeedScale Rapid DeliveryImproved Collaboration Security
  28. 28. Summary: Learn more: https://aws.amazon.com/codestar Check out Blog Post: Introducing AWS CodeStar: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/new-aws-codestar/ Get started with AWS CodeStar: https://console.aws.amazon.com/codestar
  29. 29. Mobile Developer Tools
  30. 30. THE TOOLS TO HELP YOU BUILDDevelop with AWS Mobile Hub and AWS Mobile SDKs AWS Mobile Hub Guides you through feature selection and configuration, automatically provisions the AWS services required, and generates working app code. AWS Mobile SDK Directly access AWS services, from your app. Supports iOS, Android, JavaScript, Xamarin, React Native, and Unity apps.
  31. 31. Federated identities Your users can sign in through third-party identity providers, such as Facebook, Twitter, and SAML providers, and you can control access to AWS resources from your app. Your user pools Easily and securely add sign-up and sign-in functionality to your mobile and web apps with a fully managed service that scales to support 100s of millions of users. AMAZON COGNITO – FULLY MANAGED AUTH AND ACCESS CONTROLAmazon Cognito – Fully managed auth & access control
  32. 32. Cloud identity Cloud logic Cloud storage and messaging THE ANATOMY OF “SERVERLESS”The anatomy of a serverless mobile app
  33. 33. Automated testing Remote access Gesture, swipe, and interact with devices in real time, directly from your web browser Test your app in parallel against a large collection of physical devices in the AWS Cloud AWS DEVICE FARM SUPPORTS AUTOMATED AND MANUAL TESTINGTest with AWS Device Farm
  34. 34. aws.amazon.com/mobile
  35. 35. Questions? Twitter: @IanMmmm Email: ianm@amazon.com
  36. 36. Twitter: @IanMmmm Email: ianm@amazon.com

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