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AWS CodeCommit is now GA


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In November last year, Amazon Web Services announced their Git repository hosting service, CodeCommit at AWS re:invent.  It the last week they have now made it generally available (you can pay for it!).

CodeCommit comes with a very generous Free Git Hosting offering before you start paying. (Unlimited Repos, 5 Users, 50GB Storage!).  However, even when you have to pay for it, it’s only $1 per user!  That’s very good value considering you get an extra 10GB storage per user.

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It appears unlike most “AWS Free Tier” offerings that “AWS CodeCommit is available to both new and existing AWS customers indefinitely, and does not expire at the end of the standard 12 month Free Tier term.”

I have not had a chance to use the service and explore all it’s features yet.   If you have, please lets us know in the comments section below what you think.

You can learn more here also:

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