aws-cli-orb - Install and configure the AWS command-line interface (awscli)

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Easily install and configure the AWS CLI in your CircleCI jobs. In this example config.yml snippet, the required AWS secrets (Access Key ID, Secret Access Key) are stored, via Contexts, as environment variables in the aws context and then read as default parameter values by the aws-cli/configure command.

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