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komiser - AWS Environment Inspector 👮

  •    Go

Below are the available downloads for the latest version of Komiser (1.0.0). Please download the proper package for your operating system and architecture. When using the CLI you'll generally need your AWS credentials to authenticate with AWS services. Komiser supports multiple methods of supporting these credentials. By default the CLI will source credentials automatically from its default credential chain.

OpenEBS - Containerized Storage for Containers

  •    Go

OpenEBS is containerized block storage written in Go for cloud native and other environments w/ per container (or pod) QoS SLAs, tiering and replica policies across AZs and environments, and predictable and scalable performance.

alibaba-cloud-csi-driver - CSI Plugin for Kubernetes, Support Alibaba Cloud EBS/NAS/OSS/CPFS/LVM.

  •    Go

Alibaba Cloud CSI plugins implement an interface between CSI enabled Container Orchestrator and Alibaba Cloud Storage. It allows dynamically provision Disk volumes and attach it to workloads. Current implementation of CSI plugins has been tested in Kubernetes environment (requires Kubernetes 1.14+).

ghe-backup - A Github Enterprise backup approach based on Docker and multiple AWS accounts

  •    Python

Zalando Tech's Github Enterprise backup approach.Github Enterprise at Zalando Tech is a Ha setup running master and replica instances on AWS. The AWS account that runs the high availability setup also runs one backup host. There is a second backup host running in a different AWS account. We believe this backup gives us reliable backup data even in case one AWS is compromised.

AWS-NodeJS-AngularJS-Demos - demo of AWS using node.js, AngularJS and socket.io

  •    Javascript

This project's goal is to build small demo utilities that should be a reasonable approximation of what we might see in an application that uses the aws-sdk node.js module. AngularJS will serve as a front-end, with no direct access to the aws libraries, and will use the node server to handle all requests. Here's a temporary EBS instance running to demonstrate this. It will be taken down in a few weeks, so don't get so attached to it.

ebs-backup - Backup EBS Volumes

  •    Go

Back up attached volumes tagged with Name=db-* and attached to /dev/xvdf, retaining up to 3 snapshots per volume. A full end-to-end test suite is located in test/aws subdirectory. See the test_aws target in the Makefile.

noebs - Open source EBS web services implementation. Fast. Reliable. Robust.

  •    Go

Open source payment gateway that implements (most of) EBS services. This is an e-payment gateway system. It implements most of EBS's services with clear emphasis on scalabilty and a maintainable code. It is written in Go, a language for building high performant systems. It is also open source, the way any serious project should be. I wrote this software while I was learning Go, I tried to write an idiomatic Go as much as possible.

module-server-public - The public documentation for the gruntwork-io/module-server repo, which contains modules that help to deploy, manage, and configure a single server in AWS

  •    Go

Click on each module above to see its documentation. Head over to the examples folder for examples. If you're looking for ways to manage groups of servers, check out the Auto Scaling Group and EC2 Container Service modules.

ebsautotagger - AWS Lambda function to tag EBS volumes created by autoscaling

  •    HCL

Tag EBS volumes created by autoscaling. Currently there is no way for EC2 autoscaling to tag EBS volumes when they are created. The ebsautotagger lambda function will automatically add tags to EBS volumes as autoscaling launches the instances. A Cloudwatch Events rule is used to invoke the lambda. It will tag all non-root EBS volume with the tags you specify in the lambda function.

automated-ebs-snapshots - Script for managing automated AWS EBS snapshots

  •    Python

Automated EBS Snapshots helps you ensure that you have up to date snapshots of your EBS volumes. All you need to do to get started is documented below.

terraform-aws-backup - Terraform module to provision AWS Backup, a fully managed backup service that makes it easy to centralize and automate the back up of data across AWS services such as EBS volumes, RDS databases, DynamoDB tables, EFS file systems, and AWS Storage Gateway volumes

  •    HCL

Terraform module to provision AWS Backup, a fully managed backup service that makes it easy to centralize and automate the back up of data across AWS services such as Amazon EBS volumes, Amazon EC2 instances, Amazon RDS databases, Amazon DynamoDB tables, Amazon EFS file systems, and AWS Storage Gateway volumes. This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps.

terraform-ebs-attachmentizer - Convert ebs_block_device blocks in aws_instance resource to aws_ebs_volume and aws_volume_attachment resources

  •    Go

Convert ebs_block_device blocks in aws_instance resource to aws_ebs_volume and aws_volume_attachment resources. The first is obviously less verbose, but has the drawback of making it impossible to add or remove EBS volumes via Terraform. With the second, it's easy: just delete the aws_volume_attachment resource.

amazon-ebs-autoscale - Don't run out of disk space on your EC2 instance when generating or working with large files

  •    Shell

This is an example of a daemon process that monitors a filesystem mountpoint and automatically expands it when free space falls below a configured threshold. New Amazon EBS volumes are added to the instance as necessary and the underlying filesystem (BTRFS or LVM with ext4) expands as new devices are added. that installs required packages and runs the initialization script. By default this creates a mount point of /scratch on a encrypted 100GB EBS volume. To change the mount point, edit the cloud-init script file and supply additional options to the install script to suit your specific needs. Install options are shown below.

coldsnap - A command line interface for Amazon EBS snapshots

  •    Rust

coldsnap is a command-line interface that uses the Amazon EBS direct APIs to upload and download snapshots. It does not need to launch an EC2 instance or manage EBS volume attachments. It can be used to simplify snapshot handling in an automated pipeline.

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