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Dover Applications passion for IT – Update : Amazon CloudWatch Events now supports AWS CodePipeline as a target

Update : Amazon CloudWatch Events now supports AWS CodePipeline as a target

We are excited to announce that Amazon CloudWatch Events now supports AWS CodePipeline as a target. Amazon CloudWatch Events enables you to respond quickly to application availability issues or configuration changes that might impact performance or security by notifying you of AWS resource changes in near-real-time. You simply write rules to indicate which events are of interest to your application and what automated action to take when a rule matches an event. You can, for example, invoke AWS Lambda functions or notify an Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) topic.

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