Cloudman is a textual user interface (heavily inspired by htop) to manage your Amazon EC2 fleet instantly. By using Cloudman you'll find an overview of your instances, navigate through regions, retrieve instance details, show console outputs and connect to instance terminal using SSM.
The profiles and defaults as configured in ~/.aws/credentials will be used.
Cloudman can be started optionally with a region and profile to use.
cloudman-rs 0.1.3 Remco Verhoef <firstname.lastname@example.org> USAGE: cloudman [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] FLAGS: --disable-dry-run Disable dry run -h, --help Prints help information --use-env Usen environment credentials -V, --version Prints version information OPTIONS: -p, --profile <profile>... One or more profiles to use -r, --region <region>... One or more regions to use
|F2||connect using ssm to instance|
|F3||search through displayed instances|
|F4||filter displayed instances|
|F5||refresh displayed instances|
|F6||show actions for instances|
|L||display console output for instance|
If you're a macOS Homebrew or a Linuxbrew user, then you can install cloudman from homebrew tap:
$ brew install dutchcoders/cloudman/cloudman
cloudman is written in Rust, so you'll need to grab a Rust installation in order to compile it. cloudman compiles with Rust 1.44.0 (stable) or newer. In general, cloudman tracks the latest stable release of the Rust compiler.
To build cloudman:
$ git clone https://github.com/dutchcoders/cloudman $ cd cloudman $ cargo build --release $ ./target/release/cloudman --version 0.1.0
- overview of all instances
- support different profiles
- switch easily between aws regions
- connect using SSM to instance (using tmux)
- search through instances
- filter instances
- show detailed information for instances
- show console output if supported
- start and stop instances (actions)
- request spot instances
- modifyable columns
- show filter active
- show indicator of loading
- search through console output
- much more
❤️pull requests and bug reports
- Don't hesitate to tell me my rust skills suck, but please tell me why.
Special thanks to:
- Doom Emacs for making the Emacs framework I love.
- Cursive for making the textual user interface Cloudman is built upon.
- htop for the inspirational interface.
Everyone else that inspired me.
Copyright and license
Code and documentation copyright 2011-2020 Remco Verhoef.
Code released under the MIT license.