A simple tool to install AWS agents and packages.
awsctl is a utility for installing AWS packages on servers in the cloud. AWS packages such as Systems Manager, Cloudwatch, etc. have different installation methods which can be hard to manage when setting up a simple server. This package aims to make this as simple as
awsctl install ssm.
# debian based systems apt-get update -y && apt-get install -y python3 python3-pip pip install --upgrade awsctl-cli # centos based systems yum update -y && yum install -y python3 python3-pip pip install --upgrade awsctl-cli # install cloudwatch awsctl install cloudwatch # install cloudwatch logs awsctl install cloudwatch-logs --region=us-east-1 --config=s3://my-config-bucket/config # install inspector awsctl install inspector # install systems manager awsctl install ssm
||Installs the Cloudwatch agent and configures it to run on startup.|
||Installs and configures Cloudwatch Logging Agent.|
||Installs the Inspector agent and configures it to run on startup.|
||Installs the SSM agent and configures it to run on startup.|
Supported Operating Systems
Due to different installation methods we only support a subset of operating systems. We welcome additional operating systems!
|Amazon Linux 2||:white_check_mark:|
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