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# aws-es-auth-proxy

A proxy that permits to connect to the AWS managed Elasticsearch cluster protected with the AWS authentication accessing kibana and other stuffs without authentication.

# Installation with PIP

` pip install aws-es-auth-proxy `

# How to run the application

To lunch the application you have to set some parameter in the command line. The only required parameter is aws_service_endpoint which require the AWS ElasticSearch endpoint. The AWS credential is loaded automatically following the boto3 priority (

For example:

` aws-es-auth-proxy --aws_service_endpoint `

For security purpose the service starts automatically listening only in localhost on port 8080.

To access to kibana you have to connect with your browser to

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aws-es-auth-proxy-0.1.5.tar.gz (3.3 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Jul 29, 2016

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