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An Overview of AWS CodeCommit

When we think of source code management (SCM) today, the first thing that comes to mind is git. There are many ways to implement git in an organization. We can run our own git server, buy a GitLab license for on-premise or the cloud, use GitHub, Atlassian BitBucket, or other git repository services. Many of these services offer private and public repositories, although private repositories are typically a “pay for” feature. If you use…




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Chris is the co-author of seven books and author of more than 70 articles and book chapters in technical, management, and information security publications.

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