The course is part of these learning paths
This course provides you with an introduction to AWS CodeCommit and how it can be used to manage your source code.
- Understand what the service is and the benefit it provides
- Learn the core functionality of the service
- Learn the important features such as notifications, triggers, and approval rule templates
- Understand how to use the service
- Those who are implementing or managing CI/CD pipelines on AWS
- Those who want to better understand CodeCommit and how it fits into a software development process
- Anyone taking an AWS certification, such as the AWS Developer - Associate certification
- Have a fundamental understanding of key cloud services and AWS
- Understand basic concepts of coding, the AWS CLI, and CI/CD pipelines. For more information on these services, please see our existing content:
Hello and welcome to this course, which will provide you with an introduction to AWS CodeCommit and how it can be used to manage your source code. We’ll discuss where AWS CodeCommit fits into a CI/CD pipeline, as well as some of the core features of the service. Then I’ll demonstrate how to use CodeCommit to deploy and manage source code.
Before we go any further, I’d like to introduce myself. My name is Alana Layton and I am an AWS Content Creator here at Cloud Academy. Feel free to connect with me to ask any questions using the details shown on the screen, alternatively, you can always get in touch with us here at Cloud Academy by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org where one of our Cloud experts will reply to your question.
This course has been created for those who are implementing or managing CI/CD pipelines on AWS, who want to better understand CodeCommit and how it fits into a software development process. It’s also recommended for those who are taking an AWS certification, such as the AWS Developer - Associate certification.
By the end of this course, you will have a greater understanding of AWS CodeCommit, including:
What the service is and the benefit it provides
The core functionality of the service
Important features such as notifications, triggers, and approval rule templates
How to use the service
To get the most out of this course, you should have a fundamental understanding of the cloud and key AWS services such as IAM and CloudWatch, as well as understand basic concepts of coding, the AWS CLI, and CI/CD pipelines. For more information on these services, please see our existing content titled:
- An Overview of Amazon CloudWatch
- Managing Access using IAM User Groups and Roles
- How to use the AWS Command Line Interface
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Alana Layton is an experienced technical trainer, technical content developer, and cloud engineer living out of Seattle, Washington. Her career has included teaching about AWS all over the world, creating AWS content that is fun, and working in consulting. She currently holds six AWS certifications. Outside of Cloud Academy, you can find her testing her knowledge in bar trivia, reading, or training for a marathon.