Monday, 25 May 2020
Deploying Infrastructure to AWS Lightsail Using Azure DevOps – Part 3 – Creating a Release Pipeline to Deploy AWS Lightsail Infrastructure
In the previous two post, we have discussed how to write a bash script with AWS CLI to create AWS Lightsail instance and, how to setup a service connection in Azure DevOps for AWS. IN this post, lets explore the steps required to get the bash script executed in a release pipeline to create AWS Lightsail infrastructure.
Saturday, 16 May 2020
Deploying Infrastructure to AWS LIghtsail Using Azure DevOps – Part 2 – Creating a Service Connection
In the previous post, we have discussed how to write a bash script with AWS CLI to create AWS Lightsail instance. In order to run this script to create AWS Lightsail instance via Azure DevOps we need to make a service connection to AWS from Azure DevOps. Let’s look at the steps to create such service connection.
Sunday, 10 May 2020
Deploying Infrastructure to AWS LIghtsail Using Azure DevOps – Part 1 - Writing IaC Script with bash
AWS Lightsail is easy to use cloud platform services by Amazon Web Services. You can use aws command line capabilities with Azure DevOps to deploy the required infrastructure on AWS Lightsail. Let’s look at step by step to see how we can get AWS Lightsail deployments via Azure DevOps.
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