Danielle Kucera, Karun Bakshi, and I were privileged to organize the DevOps and Developer Productivity (DOP) track for re:Invent 2022. For 2022, the DOP track included 58 sessions and nearly 100 speakers. If you weren’t able to attend, I have compiled a list of the on-demand sessions for you below.
Delighting developers: Builder experience at AWS Adam Seligman, Vice President of Developer Experience, and Emily Freeman, Head of Community Development, share the latest AWS tools and experiences for teams developing in the cloud. Adam recaps the latest launches and demos how key services can integrate to accelerate developer productivity.
Amazon CodeCatalyst, announced during Dr. Werner Vogels Keynote, is a unified software development service that makes it faster to build and deliver on AWS.
Introducing Amazon CodeCatalyst – Harry Mower, Director of DevOps Services, and Doug Clauson, Product Manager, provide an overview of Amazon CodeCatalyst. CodeCatalyst provides one place where you can plan work, collaborate on code, and build, test, and deploy applications with nearly continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) tools.
Deep dive on CodeCatalyst Workspaces – Tmir Karia, Sr. Product Manager, and Rahul Gulati, Sr. Product Manager, discuss how Amazon CodeCatalyst Workspaces decreases the time you spend creating and maintaining a local development environment and allows you to quickly set up a cloud development workspace, switch between projects, and replicate the development workspace configuration across team members.
AWS Well-Architected best practices for DevOps on AWS Elamaran Shanmugam, Sr. Container Specialist, and Deval Perikh, Sr. Enterprise Solutions Architect, discuss the components required to align your DevOps practices to the pillars of the AWS Well-Architected Framework.
Best practices for securing your software delivery lifecycle Jams Bland, Principal Solutions Architect, and Curtis Rissi, Principal Solutions Architect, discus ways you can secure your CI/CD pipeline on AWS. Review topics like security of the pipeline versus security in the pipeline, ways to incorporate security checkpoints across various pipeline stages, security event management, and aggregating vulnerability findings into a single pane of glass.
Build it & run it: Streamline your DevOps capabilities with machine learning Rafael Ramos, Shivansh Singh, and Jared Reimer discuss how to use machine learning–powered tools like Amazon CodeWhisperer, Amazon CodeGuru, and Amazon DevOps Guru to boost your applications’ availability and write software faster and more reliably.
Infrastructure as Code
AWS infrastructure as code: A year in review Tatiana Cooke, Principal Product Manager, and Ben Perak, Principal Product Manage, discuss the new features and improvements for AWS infrastructure as code with AWS CloudFormation and AWS CDK.
How to reuse patterns when developing infrastructure as code Ryan Bachman, Ethan Rucinski, and Ravi Palakodeti explore AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) constructs and AWS CloudFormation modules and how they make it easier to build applications on AWS.
Governance and security with infrastructure as code David Hessler, Senior DevOps Consultant, and Eric Beard, Senior Solutions Architect, discuss how to use AWS CloudFormation and the AWS CDK to deploy cloud applications in regulated environments while enforcing security controls.
Building on AWS with AWS tools, services, and SDKs Kyle Thomson, Senior Software Development Engineer and Deval Parikh, Senior Solutions Architect, discuss the ways developers can set up secure development environments and use their favorite IDEs to interact with, and deploy to, the AWS Cloud.
The Amazon Builders’ Library: 25 years of operational excellence at Amazon Colm MacCarthaigh, Distinguished Engineer, and David Yanacek, Sr. Principal Engineer, discuss how Amazon practices have changed and improved over time and what we’ve learned as builders and as operators.
Sustainability in the cloud with Rust and AWS Graviton Emil Lerch, Principal DevOps Specialist, and Esteban Kuber, Principal Engineer, discuss the benefits of Rust and AWS Graviton that can reduce energy consumption and increase productivity.
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