The AWS CodeDeploy Jenkins Plugin provides a post-build step for your Jenkins project. It will zip the workspace, upload to S3 bucket and start a new deployment on a successful build. You can also set it to wait for the deployment to finish.
AWS CodeDeploy is AWS service that coordinates application deployments to fleets of instances.
CodeDeploy aims to be the “Amazon native” way to do continuous deployment to your fleet of EC2 servers, and more - and of course there is a Jenkins plugin for it!
With the Jenkins plugin, you can use CodeDeploy as a post-build action, perhaps at the end of a continuous delivery pipeline - and let Amazon take care of rolling out your binary (usually a zip file) to your fleet of servers.
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