Introduction to Amazon Code Pipeline with Java part 20: the job worker configuration

Introduction

In the previous part we started looking at the job worker initialisation details. The job worker takes the form of a deamon thread and implements the org.apache.commons.daemon.Daemon interface. The job worker daemon implementation introduces a range of new classes that we need to look at in order to get the full picture. One was the job poller interface which only has a single method called execute.

Another such element is the job worker configuration class which we’ll discuss in this post.

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