Graph AWS resources in Neptune
Altimeter is a system to graph and scan AWS resources across multiple AWS Organizations and Accounts.
Altimeter generates RDF files which can be loaded into a triplestore such as AWS Neptune for querying.
pip install altimeter
Altimeter's behavior is driven by a toml configuration file. A few sample
configuration files are included in the
current_single_account.toml- scans the current account - this is the account for which the environment's currently configured AWS CLI credentials are.
current_master_multi_account.toml- scans the current account and attempts to scan all organizational subaccounts - this configuration should be used if you are scanning all accounts in an organization. To do this the currently configured AWS CLI credentials should be pointing to an AWS Organizations master account.
To scan a subset of regions, set the region list parameter
regions in the
section to a list of region names.
Generating the Graph
Assuming you have configured AWS CLI credentials (see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-chap-configure.html), run:
This will scan all resources in regions specified in the config file.
The full path to the generated RDF file will printed, for example:
This RDF file can then be loaded into a triplestore such as Neptune or Blazegraph for querying.
For more user documentation see https://tableau.github.io/altimeter/
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