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AWS CodeDeploy configuration
Published On Jun 05, 2024 - 11:21 AM

AWS CodeDeploy configuration

AWS CodeDeploy is a fully managed continuous delivery service that helps automate your applications' build, test, and deployment processes.
Setting up and configuring an AWS connection is crucial to empower DevOps Intelligence to retrieve data from AWS CodeDeploy. This essential step bridges the two platforms, granting DevOps Intelligence the capability to access and utilize the information stored within AWS CodeDeploy for subsequent analysis and operational enhancements.
Access rights
: The connection must have the following access roles:
  • Create
  • Delete
  • Update
  • View
To access templates, you must have specific roles; please see: Roles required

Configuration

To establish the configuration, you must choose an Application Name, Deployment Group Name, and Additional Configurations for personalized settings. DevOps Intelligence dashboards use specific terminology to indicate status:
Passed
,
Failed
, and
In Progress
. However, you have the flexibility to introduce your own terms for these statuses. For instance, any term you input under the
Passed
category will be displayed as
Passed
on the dashboard.
  1. Navigate to
    DevOps Intelligence
    and expand the menu. To learn more about navigating to the different services from each tenant, refer to Kyndryl ModernOps landing page or Kyndryl Bridge Landing page navigation.
  2. Expand
    Settings & Utilities
    , then select
    Tools Configuration
  3. Select
    Add configuration +
    and a
    Add tool configuration
    form will be displayed; here, you will select:
    1. AWS CodeDeploy
      from the
      Tool Engine
      dropdown menu
    2. Select the
      Connection
      ,
      Provider
      ,
      Release name
      ,
      Environment,
      and the
      Incident host URL
      each one from its dropdown menu
    3. You must select toggle on or off if the configuration is for a
      production environment
    4. Select the
      Application name
      and the
      Deployment group name
    5. You can fill in the
      Additional configuration for customization
      section at the bottom of the form if you would like to personalize it with custom terms for
      Passed
      ,
      Failed
      or
      In progress
      statuses
  4. Select the
    Add configuration
    button at the bottom of the form.
After completing the configuration, you can view the configuration details in the table on the configuration page.
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