In this article, you’ll learn how you can quickly and securely connect to your Amazon EC2 instance using AWS Session Manager in the AWS Console and AWS CLI.
We’ll explore how to check wether a specific key (object) or multiple keys exists without looping through the whole S3 bucket using Boto3 in Python.
In this blog post you’ll learn how to identify your current IAM user or role and then use that information to list all the permissions that have been granted.
This guide will walk you through the process of upgrading your AWS CLI to the latest version, without using Python pip for the installation and update.
In this blog post we will dive deeper in one of the easiest methods to assume an IAM role and show you how you can open AWS STS sessions in the AWS CLI and AWS Console.
In this blog post, you’ll be shown how to deploy the distributed load test on AWS solution and create and run your first load test on a target endpoint.
In this blog post, we’ll show different methods that you can apply to get the metadata on the EC2 instance like instance type, instance ID, or AWS region.