Thanks Faith for kind words. GitHub actions can facilitate the flow, mostly in the mono repo triggers part, I agree. Nevertheless everything depends ;). The big advantage of using CodePipeline is that can be applied to more source than Github, as BitBucket or hooks to Jenkins for instance. The architecture attempts to be open for modification in a way that can inspire teams to adapt it to their companies’ needs.

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Engineering Manager| Architect | Team/Tech Lead with a passion for frontend, backend and cloud | AWS Community Builder

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