We run a simple API out of an Elastic Beanstalk Application, where all of the Environment instances of this Application are behind an AWS VPC that we also manage.
This VPC is great for keeping access to our ElastiCache Redis clusters nice and neat, but can be tricky to work with in regards to CI/CD. We're coming from Jenkins, where our CI/CD hosts are machines that we own and have setup on said AWS VPC.
How can we get this VPC working with BitBucket Pipelines? We want to get over to using Pipelines for our CI/CD, but don't want to hack our integration tests to use a mock Redis server, etc. We'd like to be able to keep the tests talking to our clusters on AWS ElastiCache.
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