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Can Gitlab Auto DevOps provide an aws/dynamodb-local service without being customised?

I'm using an aws/dynamodb-local Docker container for use during local testing of my Node application and I'd like to integrate it with my Gitlab CI test job. I have made a rudimentary extension to ...
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Allow specific AWS permissions(Lambda, S3) / roles to specific Jenkins Jobs within same AWS account

We have one AWS account in which an Ec2 instance is running where Jenkins is installed, and we have attached an IAM role to it, with s3 access permission. We have Jenkins jobs which needed aws ...
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Set Environement variables or pass parameters to script when using AWS Boto3 send_command

I would like to pass details from my build pipeline down to my powershell script. Is this possible? This is a snippet of what I am trying to do (incomplete so don't worry about how I handle the ...
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AWS FARGATE ECS - Exact steps to deploy new Docker images with aws CLI

We run services in AWS FARGATE... our Docker builds are tagged before we push them to AWS with a Makefile. I committed changes to a Docker service, ran make, and I see the new Docker image tag when I ...
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How to store result of a AWS CLI command in Classic Azure DevOps Pipeline

I have a AWS CLI task (create-upload) that when run, returns with a json result that contains an URL. This task works fine. I however need to use the URL from that create-upload task in the next task (...
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In the AWS CLI how do I treat a special character as a string?

I'm trying to run an AWS CLI command for a resource with a ! in its name. I'm doing this from Centos docker instance running on my local device a MAC and if I run echo "$SHELL" it says it ...