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Hello Compass community 👋 – the Utoolity team is excited to introduce our newest Compass integration Develop with AWS:
You build it, you run it – integrate your AWS DevOps toolchain with the Atlassian Open DevOps experience in Jira Software and Compass.
The initial Develop with AWS (Compass) release supports tracking of AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild activity within the Compass activity feed, and as component activity and metrics.
We want to support many more applicable AWS resource types and services down the road, so let us know which ones you'd like to see next!
Huge shout-out to the Compass team, who worked with us during App Week and beyond to make this integration happen.
The Develop with AWS (Compass) app is available today via the in-product Marketplace in Compass – keep reading to learn more, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Before you can ingest AWS DevOps toolchain events to Jira or Compass, you need to connect at least one AWS environment (an account/region combination).
Once you have connected at least one AWS environment, you are ready to ingest events from supported AWS services and resource types – to test the ingestion of AWS DevOps toolchain events to Compass, you can provision sample resources via the button in the ‘Actions’ column.
To surface AWS DevOps tool events in Compass, link applicable resource types in the component’s Dashboards or Other links sections – learn more about linking AWS DevOps tools.
URL vs. ARN – Compass requires unique URLs to link an event source. Unfortunately not all AWS resource console URLs uniquely identify the resource across accounts, so as a workaround you can use the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) to create a unique link via the AWS DevOps toolchain component page accessible from the left sidebar, refer to How to link an AWS DevOps tool to a Compass component for details.
You can also use tags to adjust various aspects of the event ingestion, for example to denote 'development' and 'production' environments:
Visit the Develop with AWS docs to learn more about configuring and using this app.
PS: We'll also publish the sibling app Develop with AWS (Jira) to the Marketplace soon - feel free to sign-up for our Develop with AWS (Jira) EAP if you want to try it out right away.
Steffen Opel _Utoolity_
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