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Category: AWS CLI

AWS CLI v2 Docker image

With the release of 2.0.6 of the AWS CLI v2, we are excited to announce the AWS CLI v2 is now available as a Docker image. This allows users to use the AWS CLI v2 in a container-based environment without having to manage the installation of the AWS CLI v2 themselves. While there are a […]

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AWS CLI v2 is now generally available

We’re excited to announce the v2.0.0 GA release of the AWS CLI version 2 (v2). AWS CLI v2 builds on AWS CLI v1 and includes a number of features and enhancements based on community feedback. New Features The AWS CLI v2 offers several new features including improved installers, new configuration options such as AWS Single […]

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AWS CLI v2 Preview Now Supports AWS Single Sign-On

We are excited to announce that the AWS CLI v2 preview now supports direct integration with AWS Single Sign-On (SSO). You can now create CLI profiles that are linked to SSO accounts and roles. The CLI will automatically retrieve AWS credentials from SSO and refresh them on your behalf. There are new commands to help […]

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AWS CLI v2 Preview Installers Now Available

AWS CLI v2 preview installers are now available for multiple platforms. You can download and test the following platform specific installers: MacOS executable installer Linux executable installer Windows MSI installer These installers do not require Python on your system in order to install the AWS CLI v2 preview. AWS CLI v2 preview will install on […]

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AWS CLI v2 development

The AWS CLI is a command line tool for interacting with AWS services and managing your AWS resources. Since the AWS CLI was released five years ago, community feedback has driven many of its features and enhancements. Over the years, however, we couldn’t address some of the community feedback that we received in a backward-compatible […]

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Creating and Deploying a Serverless Web Application with CloudFormation and Ember.js

Serverless computing enables you to build scalable and cost-effective applications that scale up or down automatically without provisioning, scaling, and managing servers. You can use AWS Lambda to execute your back-end application code, Amazon API Gateway for a fully managed service to create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure your REST API, and Amazon S3 to […]

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AWS re:Invent 2015 and more

re:Invent has come and gone, and once again, we all had a blast. It’s always great to meet with customers and discuss how they’re using the AWS SDKs and CLIs. Keep the feedback coming. At this year’s AWS CLI session at re:Invent, I had the opportunity to address one of the topics that we previously […]

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