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  • Rollback strategy using AWS CodeDeploy

    Dive into collaborative coding, envisioning a seamless process where developers’ commits trigger automatic builds, tests, and deployments. Starting with a manual deployment of HTML code on a Nginx web server, we transition into the world of AWS CodePipeline, automating the CI/CD pipeline for our sample code. To add a twist, we deliberately introduce deployment errors,…

  • Automating CI/CD With AWS CodePipeline 

    A Comprehensive Overview Of CI/CD:   Think you’ve got CI/CD down? Test your knowledge, skip ahead. Need a helping hand? Stay put, we’ve got you covered!  Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines are like handy assistants that automate key tasks in delivering software – things like building, testing, and deploying. Picture it as a safe…

  • Provisioning AWS EC2 Virtual Machine using Terraform

    In the ever-evolving landscape of cloud infrastructure, automation is key. If you’re looking to deploy your application’s on AWS, Terraform provides a powerful solution for infrastructure as code (IaC). Let’s dive into the process of provisioning an AWS Linux instance using Terraform for seamless for DotNET Core application deployment. Before starting with configuration lets understand…

  • AWS DevOps with Java Application

    An Overview of the application that we will be deploying:  My Shuttle is your one-stop solution for hassle-free transportation. This open-source, Java/JEE application streamlines bookings, simplifies driver management, and delivers an intuitive admin portal – all with the power of Linux, Apache, and MySQL. Say goodbye to booking delays and inefficient operations. My Shuttle empowers…