Amazon CodeCommit, a git repository hosting service running in Amazons cloud. Of course I had to try it, so I decided to import my GlacierUploader to a new repository - fitting project for a CodeCommit repository. :smile:

"> Amazon CodeCommit, a git repository hosting service running in Amazons cloud. Of course I had to try it, so I decided to import my GlacierUploader to a new repository - fitting project for a CodeCommit repository. :smile:

"> Amazon CodeCommit, a git repository hosting service running in Amazons cloud. Of course I had to try it, so I decided to import my GlacierUploader to a new repository - fitting project for a CodeCommit repository. :smile:

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Creating a Git repository on Amazon CodeCommit

14 July 2015

A few days ago I read about Amazon CodeCommit, a git repository hosting service running in Amazons cloud. Of course I had to try it, so I decided to import my GlacierUploader to a new repository - fitting project for a CodeCommit repository. :smile:

Here’s the series of steps I had to go through to get my code into CodeCommit:

Done. :thumbsup:

I’m not quite sure if I want to use Amazons service to host my Git repositories. Most of my repositories are public and on Github anyway, and my private repositories are hosted on my own server… but it’s good to have an alternative to Github, in case the company does wrong in the future - can’t see that coming, but you never know.