Version 2.X of Resoto Shell introduces tab completion, making the command-line interface easier to use than ever before! Press the tab key, and Resoto Shell will present you with a list of available commands:
I worked on a plugin that allows collecting DigitalOcean resources over the past few weeks, and I'm happy to announce that Resoto now has DigitalOcean support! 🌊
This blog post is the second in a series about Resoto's powerful search functionality. Resoto Search 101 provides an introduction to Resoto's search capabilities.
Retrieving information about resources you have deployed in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure means tediously navigating the AWS Management Console or using the AWS Command Line Interface. This approach works well in a single account setup, but best practice is to set up a multi-account environment. And as the number of accounts grows, navigating your infrastructure and finding resources via the Console or the CLI becomes increasingly difficult.
Furthermore, the relationships between your resources are also relevant: an EBS volume is mounted to an EC2 instance running in a VPC and reachable via an ALB load balancer, for example. Developers create resources using tools such as Terraform, CDK, or CloudFormation… or sometimes even the console or CLI. How can you see everything that is running in your cloud?
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