Working in shorter development cycles has a tendency to result in faster, less-risky delivery of changes to our production applications. Extensive automation is a key part of achieving this, but where do you begin? If you’re currently hosting on AWS, you’ll be happy to know that there’s a full suite of developer tools available to accomplish just that. In this session, we’ll explore using AWS CodePipeline, CodeBuild, and CodeDeploy to set up continuous integration, continuous delivery, and zero-downtime deployment of our PHP applications!


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Philip at 10:46 on 21 Apr 2018

Awesome info. Great talk.

Michael is a very organized and effective speaker with well coordinated charts that help simplify complex topics. This was his first time on this particular topic and it went well. Some of his example names might be clearer as he reused "DemoApplication" in multiple contexts, sometimes on the same slide. For learners it might be clearer to append a suffix indicating what category of item he is referring to.

Adam Kelso at 12:35 on 21 Apr 2018

Very helpful overview and very well rehearsed presentation.

Wun Chiou at 13:56 on 21 Apr 2018

This was an excellent talk. He covered a lot of things in a short amount of time without making it seem rushed.

Al Bunch at 15:49 on 21 Apr 2018

Material was presented well and in a manner that made it easy to follow. The slide deck in both of Michael's presentations were professional and uncluttered which was nice.

Probably my favorite talk of the conference. I was interested in trying out the Amazon CI/CD tools before the conference but Michael further convinced me by showing the power of the AWS platform in an easy to digest, professional talk.

Bill Condo at 11:20 on 23 Apr 2018

Michael was flawless in the material and delivery.