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security_monkey - Security Monkey

  •    Python

Security Monkey monitors your AWS and GCP accounts for policy changes and alerts on insecure configurations. It provides a single UI to browse and search through all of your accounts, regions, and cloud services. The monkey remembers previous states and can show you exactly what changed, and when.Security Monkey can be extended with custom account types, custom watchers, custom auditors, and custom alerters.

ServiceStack.Aws - ServiceStack adapters and bindings for AWS backend services

  •    CSharp

Follow @ServiceStack or join the Google+ Community for updates, or StackOverflow or the Customer Forums for support.One thing we've missed from being based on .NET is its predisposition towards Windows-only technologies, missing out on all the industrial strength server solutions that are being primarily developed for hosting on Linux. This puts .NET at a disadvantage to other platforms which have first-class support for using the best technologies at their discretion, which outside of .NET, are primarily running on Linux servers.




vscodethemes - Preview themes from the VSCode marketplace.

  •    TypeScript

Preview themes from the VSCode marketplace. If you're not sure why a theme isn't showing up, feel free to open an issue.

tomodachi - Microservice library/framework using Python 3 asyncio with support for HTTP + WebSockets, RabbitMQ / AMQP and AWS SNS+SQS, etc

  •    Python

Tomodachi is a tiny framework designed to build fast microservices listening on HTTP or communicating over event driven message buses like RabbitMQ, AMQP, AWS (Amazon Web Services) SNS+SQS, etc. It's designed to be extendable to make use of any type of transport layer available. tomodachi is still a highly experimental project with an unregular release schedule.

elasticmq-docker - Docker image for ElasticMQ

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It exposes the service in the cluster at http://elasticmq:9324. It also exposes a NodePort at 30932 in case you want to connect from outside of the cluster.

docker-SQS-local - Docker image to run Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) locally.

  •    Dockerfile

Build for Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) local. Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) offers reliable and scalable hosted queues for storing messages as they travel between computers. By using Amazon SQS, you can move data between distributed components of your applications that perform different tasks without losing messages or requiring each component to be always available. Amazon SQS is a distributed queue system that enables web service applications to quickly and reliably queue messages that one component in the application generates to be consumed by another component. A queue is a temporary repository for messages that are awaiting processing.


aws.sqs - Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) API Client

  •    R

To use the package, you will need an AWS account and to enter your credentials into R. Your keypair can be generated on the IAM Management Console under the heading Access Keys. Note that you only have access to your secret key once. After it is generated, you need to save it in a secure location. New keypairs can be generated at any time if yours has been lost, stolen, or forgotten. The aws.iam package profiles tools for working with IAM, including creating roles, users, groups, and credentials programmatically; it is not needed to use IAM credentials. And you can begin performing operations on the queue. The most important of these are send_msg() (to put a message into the queue), receive_msg() (to retrieve one or more messages from the queue), and delete_msg() (to delete a message once it is no longer needed in the queue).

rabbit-amazon-forwarder - RabbitMQ forwader to Amazon services

  •    Go

Application to forward messages from RabbitMQ to different Amazon services. The list of RabbitMQ sources and corresponding AWS target resources are stored in mapping file.

aws-sdk-go-bindings - Helper package to easily access some aws-sdk-go's methods (SNS, SQS, DynamoDB, Rekognition, S3)

  •    Go

At the moment it covers SNS, SQS, DynamoDB, Rekognition and S3. You can simply import code from pkg package. Almost all the methods are exported so you can access them easily.

lambda-cron - LambdaCron - serverless cron tool

  •    Python

LambdaCron is a serverless cron tool. It provides a way to run scheduled tasks on the AWS cloud defined in YAML and managed by a command line tool (LambdaCron CLI). Tasks are scheduled using the same syntax for expressions as Linux crontab. Traditionally, to run scheduled tasks you need set up cron jobs in the server where you want them to run. This doesn't make sense when building a serverless architecture, where servers are transparent to users. In order to solve this AWS provides CloudWatch Events, which allow you to run scheduled events (called rules) to invoke AWS services in a cron-like way. While it is a useful tool, it is very different from the traditional way to manage and run cron jobs and it has some serious limitations.

AwsWatchman - Because unmonitored infrastructure will bite you

  •    CSharp

AWSWatchman creates and maintains AWS CloudWatch alerts. Dynamic monitoring. This program creates and maintains CloudWatch alerts for infrastructure in AWS. It covers DynamoDB tables and SQS queues and more.

JustSaying - A light-weight message bus on top of AWS services (SNS and SQS).

  •    CSharp

A helpful library for publishing and consuming events / messages over SNS (SNS / SQS as a message bus). Before you can start publishing or consuming messages, you want to configure the AWS client factory.

pokemongo-map-poc - 🎃 POC project for Pokemon Go map

  •    Python

Disclaimer: This is a POC(proof of concept) project improved from chenditic's original design for education purpose. All Pokemon data, which are essentially fake, are generated randomly by a mock API. In principle, there is no communction between the crawlers and the real Pokemon Go servers.