Exclusively built for using with AWS, DevOps tools provided by BayksCloud Consultants help in automating the manual tasks and keeps your developers in control.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
The AWS Developer Tools help in building, testing, and deploying the application to AWS or any other on-premises environment.
AWS CodePipeline (Software Release Workflows)
AWS CodePipeline is a tool for continuous integration and continuous delivery for fast and reliable update implementation. The tool offers quick and reliable updates every time there is a code change. It improves the efficiency of building, testing and deploying these changes.
AWS CodeBuild (Build and Test Code)
AWS CodeBuild is a complete service that performs a number of jobs including compiling source code, running tests, and producing ready-to-deploy software packages. There is no need to manage or scale your own build services with AWS CodeBuild. The builds never have to wait in a queue because this tool processes multiple builds concurrently.
AWS CodeDeploy (Deployment Automation)
If you are looking for something which can help you improve the speed and efficiency with which you can release new features while avoiding downtime during the deployment process, AWS CodeDeply is the answer. It automates code deployment including on-premises servers and Amazon EC2 instances.
Using the following tools, you can easily build and deploy a Microservices architecture.
Amazon EC2 Container Service (Production Docker Platform)
The Amazon EC2 Container services allows users to easily running applications on managed clusters of Amazon EC2 instances. It supports Docker containers, offering scalable and high performing service.
AWS Lambda (Serverless Computing)
If you are looking for zero administration services while running a code, Lambda allows you to do it without provisioning or managing the servers. All you need to do is upload your code of any application or backend service and Lambda will do everything to run and scale the uploaded code with increased accessibility.
Infrastructure as Code
Through codes and templates, the provision, configuration, and management of the AWS infrastructure resources become convenient while allowing to monitor and enforce the infrastructure compliance.
AWS CloudFormation (Template Infrastructure Provisioning)
AWS CloudFormation allows creating and managing a collection of related AWS resources while provisioning and updating them in a predictable order. The developers or the system administrators can use the existing templates or create their own.
AWS OpsWorks (Chef Configuration Management)
AWS OpsWorks is an arrangement administration service that uses Chef, an automation stage that regards server setups as a code. It has two offerings:
- AWS OpsWorks Stacks
- AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate
Amazon EC2 Systems Manager (Configuration Management)
Amazon EC2 Systems Manager is an administration service that helps you consequently gather programming stock, create system images, apply OS patches, and design Windows and Linux working frameworks. These capacities help you characterize and track framework designs, counteract float, and keep up programming consistency of your EC2 and on-premises configurations.
AWS Config (Policy as Code)
AWS Config is a completely overseen service that furnishes you with an AWS asset stock, configuration history, and setup change notices to provide security and administration. Config Rules enables you to make decisions and come up with rules that naturally check the configuration of AWS assets recorded by AWS Config.
Monitoring and Logging
Recording the logs along with managing and monitoring the performance of the infrastructure in real-time is possible with the help of the following AWS tools.
Amazon CloudWatch (Cloud and Network Monitoring)
Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for the AWS cloud resources and the applications which are operating using AWS. It can be used for the collection, tracking, and monitoring of metrics and log files. It also helps in setting alarms and reacting quickly as well as automatically to changes in AWS resources.
AWS X-Ray (Distributed Tracing)
AWS X-Ray aids developers investigate and troubleshoot creation, distributed applications, for example, those manufactured utilizing the Microservices engineering. It is possible for you to understand the performance of your application and all its underlying services. This also helps in identifying and troubleshooting the major reasons behind issues and errors in performance.
AWS CloudTrail (Activity & API Usage Tracking)
Through this tool, the AWS API calls can be recorded and accounted for as it delivers log files to you. The information which is recorded includes the API caller identity, the time duration of API call, the source IP address of the API caller, the parameters requested, and the response generated by the AWS service.
Platform as a Service
Without putting yourself in the hassle of managing the infrastructure and the stack of applications, you can deploy the web applications with the help of the following tools:
AWS Elastic Beanstalk (Run and Manage Web Apps)
AWS Elastic Beanstalk is a simple service for sending and scaling web applications and services created with .NET, Java, PHP, Node.js, Ruby, Python, Go, and Docker on recognizable servers, for example, Apache, IIS, Passenger, and Nginx.
You can just transfer your code and Elastic Beanstalk consequently handles the arrangement, from capacity provisioning, stack adjusting, auto-scaling to application health checking. In the meantime, you maintain full control over the AWS assets fueling your application and at any time can get to the fundamental assets.
This allows you to host Git repositories which are very secure and highly scalable in the cloud.
AWS CodeCommit (Private Git Hosting)
AWS CodeCommit is a source control service that makes it simple for organizations to have secure and exceedingly versatile private Git repositories. The CodeCommit can be utilized for safely storing data, including the source code to binaries while working flawlessly with your current Git tools.