Re-post from http://opensourceforu.com/2017/07/amazon-brings-net-core-support-aws-cloud/
Encouraging developers to massively build cross-platform applications, Amazon has added .Net Core support to its AWS Cloud services. The series that has been upgraded with the new support includes the AWS CodeStar and AWS CloudBuild services.
“The support for .Net Core in AWS CodeStar and AWS CodeBuild opens the door for .Net developers to take advantage of the benefits of Continuous Integration and Delivery when building .Net based solutions on AWS,” said Tara Walker, technical evangelist, Amazon Web Services (AWS), in a statement.
Deploy code on Amazon EC2 and AWS Lambda
Developers can leverage the latest support to build and deploy their .Net Core application code to both Amazon EC2 and AWS Lambda. This ability comes through the CodeBuild service that brings two new project templates to AWS CodeStar for .Net Core applications. Also, there is sample code and a full software development toolchain to ease the development.
Importantly, the presence of Visual Studio 2017 is required alongside the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio 2017 to start building .Net Core applications for Amazon’s cloud solution. You can also deploy your existing .Net Core code enable your applications on AWS.
by Jagmeet Singh on July 13, 2017