CLI wrapper on top of "aws ecs" that tries to improve user experience
CLI wrapper on top of "aws ecs" that tries to improve user experience and remove bottlenecks of work with AWS ECS.
AWS is great platform, you can manage your ECS by web console or ecs-cli. But both tools have their flaws, either speed or user interface.
ecs-tool came to life, its aim is to be your day to day CLI tool for managing your ECS.
It is in early stage of development though.
pip install ecs-tool
ecs-tool can do?
List services, tasks, task definitions and logs for those tasks. All of those can be filtered by several attributes.
You can run task definition, here either it will automatically select latest version or you can specify number manually. There is an option to wait for results of this execution.
ecs-tool is grep friendly.
$ ecs Usage: ecs [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Options: --help Show this message and exit. Commands: run-task Run task. services List of services. task-definitions List of task definitions. task-log Display awslogs for task. tasks List of tasks.
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