Tuesday, 22 May 2018

AWS CodeCommit now adds support for Branch Level Permissions

AWS CodeCommit now allows customers to restrict who can commit changes to any branch or to the master branch. Earlier the customers could just control who could make changes to the repository but could not specify which branch within the repository. But now you can specify which actions are allowed and who has the permission to makes changes on a branch. This will make it convenient to configure a workflow where only the approve users can merge the pull request or commit changes to the sensitive branch.  

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