Open Policy Agent
Sep 23, 2022 | 15 minute read
September 23rd, 2022 - Instalment #128 Welcome Welcome to the AWS open source newsletter, edition #128. I hope some of you were able to catch Derek and myself sharing a peek at this edition, and enjoyed our special guest, Gethin Webster as he walked us through the open source Cloudscape project. If you want to catch up on that event, check out the video here. This weeks opens new open source projects include “Guardian”, a command line tool that produces nice reports on your AWS environments, “cdk-scheduler”, a new construct that helps you schedule your CDK deployments, “terraform-iam-policy-validator” a script that helps you validate your Terraform scripts, “aws-cdk-golden-ami-pipeline” an example of how to build an automated pipeline to build Amazon Machine Images (AMI’s), and many more.
Jun 10, 2022 | 16 minute read
June 10th, 2022 - Instalment #116 Welcome to regular and new readers alike, to the AWS open source newsletter episode #116. Another selection of useful and interesting new open source projects for you to try out this week. First up, we have “aws-exec” a tool to help you do adhoc shell execution in AWS Lambda functions, “edgy” helps you simplify writing tests for Node.js based AWS CloudFront Lambda@Edge functions, “cdk-app-cli” a really nice cli that every AWS CDK user should know about, “Accumulus” a great looking reporting tool for AWS Lambda users, “sqldef-gitops-cdk” is a schema management for several open source databases, “log-hub” helps you to build your own log analytics tool using OpenSearch, “verifiable-controls-evidence-store” a very cool solution that builds a mechanism to centrally store findings and results of cloud security controls governing AWS workloads, and many more!
Apr 22, 2022 | 21 minute read
April 22nd, 2022 - Instalment #109 Newsletter #109. Welcome to edition #109 of the AWS open source newsletter. Big news, I have shaken things up and will be changing the publish date to Friday mornings, starting today with this edition. Over the months I have received some feedback about changing the published date to Fridays, so I am hoping this will give everyone plenty of time to check out the projects, read the posts and provide everyone with something to do over the weekend (if they want!