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    aws-cdk-templates

    1.0.202-2.8 • Public • Published

    Welcome Pipeline Creation Application!

    This Application will create a new Pipeline with main parameters set

    Useful commands

    • npm run build compile typescript to js
    • npm run watch watch for changes and compile
    • npm run test perform the jest unit tests
    • cdk deploy deploy this stack to your default AWS account/region
    • cdk diff compare deployed stack with the current state
    • cdk synth emits the synthesized CloudFormation template
    • cdk bootstrap deployment of an AWS CloudFormation template to a specific AWS environment
    • tsc compile typescript to js
    • npm test run Unit Tests

    Decription

    To Install the application enter next commands to the console:

    1) Install aws-cdk-templates.

    npm i aws-cdk-templates

    2) Add Codepipeline bootstrap script to package.json.

    npm set-script pipeline-bootstrap "cd ./node_modules/aws-cdk-templates && cdk bootstrap

    3) Add Codepipeline deployment script to package.json.

    npm set-script pipeline-deploy "cd ./node_modules/aws-cdk-templates && cdk deploy"

    • or

    Install package and scripts all together.

    npm i aws-cdk-templates && npm set-script pipeline-bootstrap "cd ./node_modules/aws-cdk-templates && cdk bootstrap" && npm set-script pipeline-deploy "cd ./node_modules/aws-cdk-templates && cdk deploy"

    Pipeline Block

    To create a new Pipeline you will need to have and provide the next data in the ./node_modules/aws-cdk-templates/bin/aws-pileline.ts file

    • AWS Account with the corresponding Role to work with required permissions.
    • All necessary params to create a new Pipeline and all needed services.

    1) Repository Credentials to be tracked

    To use a GitHub (version 2) or BitBucket Repository in a CodePipeline:

    Connection has to be established manually in the AWS Console !!!

    • actionName: CodeStarConnectionsSource, (use this string!)
    • owner: UserName of the Repository owner (ex: 'user123'),
    • repo: Repository name (ex: 'repository123'),
    • branch: Branch name (ex: 'main'),
    • connectionArn: connectionArn can be taken after connection establishing in the 'AWS Pipelines' connections page (ex: 'arn:aws:codestar-connections:us-east-2:123456789102:connection/1aa1a111-1111-1111-1111-1aa111a11a1a')
    To use a CodeCommit Repository in a CodePipeline:
    • actionName: CodeCommitSource, (use this string!)
    • repo: Repository name (ex: 'repository123'),
    • branch: Branch name (ex: 'main'),

    2) New CloudFormation Stack --> PipelineProject info

    • projectName: Name of the new CloudFormation Stack (Project) to be created (ex: 'newPipelineStackProject').

    3) New Pipeline Instace info

    • pipelineName: Name of the new Pipeline Instace to be created (ex: 'newFirstPipeline').

    Slack Notifications Block

    • To create a Slack Notifications you have to pass the true boolean in the corresponding prop

    To connect a recently created Pipeline to the Slack app in order to recieve notifications

    1. Create a new Slack Channel in your Slack WorkSpace.
    2. Establish a new Connection in the 'AWS Chatbot' ('Configure a new client)
      --> slackWorkspaceId can be taken from 'AWS Chatbot' --> 'Slack workspace' Client.
    3. Add slackWorkspaceId to the Notification Rule.
    4. Check the Slack App after Pipeline process

    To Deploy the Codepipeline enter to the console next commands:

    1. npm run pipeline-bootstrap deployment of an AWS CloudFormation template to a specific AWS environment
    2. npm run pipeline-deploy deploy this stack to your default AWS account/region

    Install

    npm i aws-cdk-templates

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    1.0.202-2.8

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