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Enumerate AWS resources and index them in ElasticSearch

Project description

The Skew ElasticSearch Repo

Skewer uses skew to enumerate AWS resources and then indexes those resources into ElasticSearch.

Installation

Install skewer using pip:

$ pip install skewer

Once installed, configure your AWS config file as described in the [skew README](https://github.com/scopely-devops/skew/blob/develop/README.md) so skew can associate your AWS account IDs with the right profile in your config file.

Finally, run skewer:

$ skewer index –host <name of ElasticSearch host> –port 9200

This will use skew to enumerate all resources matching the ARN pattern

arn:aws::::/*

and will send the JSON data associated with each resource to the specified ElasticSearch server for indexing. A new index will be created named skewer-<timestamp> and an index alias will also be created called skewer.

Running:

$ skewer –help

will print out help for the skewer cli tool.

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