Use version control systems such as Git: Store your code in a version control system to keep track of changes, collaborate with team members, and revert to previous versions if necessary.
Create and manage AWS resources with Infrastructure as Code (IaC): Use tools like AWS CloudFormation or Terraform to define, deploy, and manage your infrastructure as code, ensuring consistency and reproducibility.
Automate deployment processes: Use AWS CodeDeploy, AWS CodePipeline, or other deployment tools to automate the process of deploying applications to AWS, making it faster and more reliable.
Implement resource tagging: Tagging resources in AWS can help you organize and manage resources, as well as cost allocation.
Set up AWS IAM roles and policies: Use AWS IAM roles and policies to control access to AWS resources and ensure that only authorized users have access.
Utilize AWS CodeCommit for collaborative code development: AWS CodeCommit is a fully-managed version control service that makes it easy for teams to collaborate on code development.
Use AWS CodeBuild for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD): AWS CodeBuild is a fully-managed continuous integration service that compiles source code, runs tests, and produces packages that are ready for deployment.
Monitor and troubleshoot issues: Use AWS CloudTrail, AWS CloudWatch, and other tools to monitor and troubleshoot issues in real-time.