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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.

smart_open - Utils for streaming large files (S3, HDFS, gzip, bz2...)

  •    Python

There are a few optional keyword arguments that are useful only for S3 access. These are both passed to boto.s3_connect() as keyword arguments. The S3 reader supports gzipped content, as long as the key is obviously a gzipped file (e.g. ends with ".gz").

kitten - :kissing_cat: Tiny multi-server automation tool

  •    Python

Tiny multi-server automation tool. It's designed to be as simple as possible and play nice with Unix tools.

lambda-deploy - Easily Deploy Code to AWS Lambda

  •    Python

Note: 0.1.0 introduces a change in how Lambda Deploy operates - no longer are all directories in the current working directory assumed to be Lambdas, instead the current directory itself is assumed to be a Lambda, and you need to call it multiple times to upload multiple Lambdas. It should be noted that this is alpha, and issues are expected, as well as changes to the interface. Where an issue is known, I try and document it here, but if you find something, please open an issue.




aws-export-profile - Export AWS boto profiles to your shell environment

  •    Shell

aws-export-profile is a bash script that will output AWS export statements of your chosen aws boto profile. In case you have to manage multiple AWS accounts that rely on different boto profiles, you can activate a chosen profile by making it available in your shell environment. Note: Wrap the command in $(aws-export-profile) to actually export your boto environment variables.