Creating S3 pipelines


What are we going to do?

We are going to perform the following steps:

  • How to use S3 as a source for your pipelines

Step by step guide

Here are the steps you need to follow to “Creating S3 pipelines”

Add the source code for your product

When you configured your product version, you may have specified the following:

    Versions:
      - Name: "v1"
        Description: "v1 of aws-config-enable-config"
        Source:
          Provider: "CodeCommit"
          Configuration:
            RepositoryName: "aws-config-enable-config"
            BranchName: "v1"
  

This would have taken your products source code from CodeCommit. If you are using BitBucket Server or an SCM solution where you cannot use AWS CodeStar Connections you may want to configure your pipelines source your products from AWS S3 and then use another solution to put the source code there. To do so, you can specify the following:

    Versions:
      - Name: "v1"
        Description: "v1 of aws-config-enable-config"
        Source:
          Provider: "S3"
          Configuration:
            BucketName: "incomingproductchanges"
            S3ObjectKey: "aws-config-enable-config/v1/product.zip"
  

Please note, if you create S3 sourced pipelines you will be responsible for the creation of the AWS S3 Bucket.