AWS Operations Lab Assessment
Demonstrate your knowledge of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment by configuring a CICD pipeline using AWS Developer Tools in this hands-on lab assessment.
This hands-on lab assessment will test your practical ability to modify a solution in a production-like AWS environment. You will be presented with a task and set of requirements you must fulfill to pass the assessment.
You will be presented with a set of tasks organized into three increasingly difficult levels: Beginner (1), Intermediate (2), and Advanced (3).
This is a real environment, which means you can prove your knowledge in an applied way, substituting multiple-choice questions for a dynamic performance-based exam situation.
- Creating an AWS CodeCommit repository
- Generating HTTPS Git credentials for CodeCommit
- Committing and pushing changes to a CodeCommit repository
- Creating an AWS CodeBuild project
- Creating an AWS CodeDeploy application and deployment group
- Creating an AWS CodePipeline deployment pipeline
- Deploying an application to the resource in the production environment
- Configuring automatic rollbacks for failed deployments
- Submitting a breaking change to trigger an automatic rollback
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- Continuous Integration and Deployment with AWS Code Services
- Introduction to AWS CodeCommit
- Working with AWS CodeBuild
- Working with AWS CodeDeploy
- Working with AWS CodePipeline
- DevOps Engineers
- Cloud Architects
- Software Engineers
- AWS CodeCommit
- AWS CodeBuild
- AWS CodeDeploy
- AWS CodePipeline
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