Tag: Infrastructure as code

Fast Feedback 101 [DevOps Series]

Today, I’m going to talk about fast feedback, what it is, why it’s important, and walk through an example of how we made it happen in one of our own projects.

As I write this, I’m currently waiting for a Cloudformation script update to deploy a lambda version of a product to a development environment. This is an implementation of Infrastructure as Code, where code stored in version control defines how we build, deploy, and run our product. There’s just one problem.

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Using the New Resource Tagging API in Anger

Our team wanted to validate the Application Load Balancers (ALBs) in our environment after a deployment – the problem was they were lost amongst all the other ones in there. They were tagged, but we couldn’t work out how to find them – until we saw the Resource Tagging API.

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