sceptre - Build better AWS infrastructure

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Sceptre is a tool to drive AWS CloudFormation. It automates away some of the more mundane, repetitive and error-prone tasks, allowing you to concentrate on building better infrastructure. Sceptre can be used from the CLI, or imported as a Python package.

https://sceptre.cloudreach.com
https://github.com/cloudreach/sceptre

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