Deploying a Static Website to S3 and CloudFront Using Github Actions - A while back I set up a personal website for myself. It was left for a while and recently I made some improvements to it. As I was doing the improvements I decided to write up how it was built since there were certain aspects of the work I found interesting.
A while back I set up a personal website for myself. It was left for a while and recently I made some improvements to it. As I was doing the improvements I decided to write up how it was built since there were certain aspects of the work I found interesting.
There are similar stories out there like this one or this one. However, their setup is a bit different or does not go into some details I cover. Plus it never hurts to have additional resources when you are building something.
When I first started, all I needed was some static assets which I could change on occasion, therefore, I did not need a server running all the time. I decided to deploy through AWS since I’m more familiar with this setup and it was relatively cheap. One of the improvements I made to it recently was using Github actions for deployments since I had to move code over to a new laptop.
So, today I discovered how to automate running a terraform fmt and committing it using Github actions! If you are not aware, GitHub actions are ...
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We spoke with Swechhya Bista to find out about R-action. She’s our latest Action Hero and participated in our recent GitHub Actions Hackathon.GitHub Actions gives you the power to automate your workflow. Connect with the tools you know and love. Have more freedom to innovate and be creative. Deploy to any cloud, build containers, automate messages, and lots more. It’s time to take control.
In this post we’ll learn how to add a simple GitHub actions CI/CD flow to a basic Altostra API service project.
DevOps Crash Course (Docker, Terraform, and Github Actions). In this DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure tutorial, you will learn what DevOps is and how to apply some of the most important concepts including: Docker containers, Infrastructure as Code, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment