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Implementing DevOps on AWS by Veselin Kantsev

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Configuring Jenkins jobs

Prior to recreating the Continuous Integration pipeline job, we need a S3 bucket for our YUM repository. Create a bucket (unless you've kept the old one around), update the demo-app/Jenkinsfile script accordingly then commit and push Git changes upstream.

demo-app pipeline

Refer to the Setting up the pipeline steps from the previous chapter to create the Continuous Integration job. Let us call it demo-app this time around. The script path remains the same (https://git-codecommit.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/v1/repos/demo-app).

You should now have this:

demo-app pipeline

The pipeline is going to fail as we do not have our YUM repository configured ...

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