AWS SAM1.2.2Minimum Jenkins requirement: 2.7.3ID: aws-sam
The AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) is an open-source framework you can use to build serverless applications on AWS.
This plugin helps you automate the deployments of your applications that are defined using SAM.
- Custom build step
- Deploy SAM projects to AWS
- Package SAM projects to a S3
- Use specific or auto-generated S3 bucket (if not given, a bucket will be automatically generated in your account for you)
- Template parameter support
- Template tags support
- Deploy to specific region
- Use an S3 prefix for packaged artifacts to have fine-grained control of where artifacts are uploaded
- Use a specific KMS key for encrypting packaged artifacts at rest in S3
- Configurable deployment role
In order to deploy to AWS you must have an AWS account. Visit https://aws.amazon.com if you do not have one.
AWS Credential Configuration
Before you can start building, you must have your AWS credentials set up in Jenkins.
To do this:
- From the main page of your jenkins server go to "Credentials" > "System" and then click on "Global Credentials."
- Click "Add Credentials."
- Select from the "Kind" dropdown "AWS Credentials."
- Finish the form with your AWS access keys and click "OK."
There are a few steps to configuring your build.
- In your project configuration, scroll down to build steps.
- Add the "AWS SAM deploy application" build step.
Configuring the Build Step
- Select your AWS Credentials from the dropdown.
- Select the target region to deploy to.
- Give the build step a stack name.
- OPTIONAL: Enter an S3 bucket name to package the artifacts to.
- If you leave this blank, the S3 bucket will be auto-generated.
- Give the path to the SAM template file.
- Optional: If your template has parameters, add parameters where necessary.
- Optional: Add any tags to the stack you'd like.
- Optional: Finish the "Advanced" configuration
- Give an S3 prefix to package the artifacts in the bucket under.
- Give a KMS Key ID to encrypt the packaged artifacts.
- Give a Role Arn that will be assumed by CloudFormation when executing the changeset.
- Select an output template file for the package step to output to.