Using AWS CodePipeline with AWS OpsWorks Stacks - AWS OpsWorks

Using AWS CodePipeline with AWS OpsWorks Stacks


AWS OpsWorks Stacks is no longer accepting new customers. Existing customers will be able to use the OpsWorks console, API, CLI, and CloudFormation resources as normal until May 26, 2024, at which time they will be discontinued. To prepare for this transition, we recommend you transition your stacks to AWS Systems Manager as soon as possible. For more information, see AWS OpsWorks Stacks End of Life FAQs and Migrating your AWS OpsWorks Stacks applications to AWS Systems Manager Application Manager.

AWS CodePipeline lets you create continuous delivery pipelines that track code changes from sources such as CodeCommit, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), or GitHub. You can use CodePipeline to automate the release of your Chef cookbooks and application code to AWS OpsWorks Stacks, on Chef 11.10, Chef 12, and Chef 12.2 stacks. Examples in this section describe how to create and use a simple pipeline from CodePipeline as a deployment tool for code that you run on AWS OpsWorks Stacks layers.


CodePipeline and AWS OpsWorks Stacks integration is not supported for deploying to Chef 11.4 and older stacks.