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 by   liyifeng1994 Java Version: Current License: MIT

 by   liyifeng1994 Java Version: Current License: MIT

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ssm is a Java library typically used in Utilities, Object-Relational Mapping, Spring Boot, Spring applications. ssm has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has high support. However ssm has 1 bugs. You can download it from GitHub.
手把手教你整合最优雅SSM框架:SpringMVC + Spring + MyBatis
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  • ssm has a highly active ecosystem.
  • It has 5616 star(s) with 2768 fork(s). There are 311 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 24 open issues and 20 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 142 days. There are 16 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a negative sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of ssm is current.
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  • ssm has 1 bugs (0 blocker, 0 critical, 1 major, 0 minor) and 21 code smells.
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  • ssm has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • ssm code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • ssm is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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  • ssm releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • ssm saves you 343 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 821 lines of code, 78 functions and 31 files.
  • It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed ssm and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into ssm implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Performs transactional operation .
  • Find appoint .
  • Returns the book with the given id .
  • Returns a string representation of this result .
  • Set the number .
  • The gauge number .
  • Set the book .
  • Gets the book .
  • Sets the boolean value .
  • Gets the state .

ssm Key Features

手把手教你整合最优雅SSM框架:SpringMVC + Spring + MyBatis

How to show tag names with Ansible Dynamic Inventory for AWS?

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hostnames:
  - 'tag:Name'
compose:
  ansible_host: instance_id
hostnames:
  - name: 'instance-id'                                                         
    separator: '_'                                                              
    prefix: 'tag:Name' 
compose:
  ansible_host: instance_id
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hostnames:
  - 'tag:Name'
compose:
  ansible_host: instance_id
hostnames:
  - name: 'instance-id'                                                         
    separator: '_'                                                              
    prefix: 'tag:Name' 
compose:
  ansible_host: instance_id

How to get the ssm parameter to a yaml file?

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BucketName: !Sub '{{resolve:ssm:/opentext/config/automated-ot-archival-data-migration/migration.bucket.name:1}}-${Environment}'

Search for a value in a column and return value from the same row but different column using Python and pandas

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result = df.loc[df.iloc[:,0].eq(4)]['specify the column name here']
result = df.loc[df.iloc[:,0].eq(4)].iloc[:,'specify the column index here']

How do I properly use the VpcId Property inside Security Group?

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ContainerSecurityGroup:
    Type :  AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup
    Properties : 
       InstanceId: !Ref ContainerSG
       GroupDescription :  "ECS Containers Security Group"
       VpcId : !Sub '{{resolve:ssm:/ca/config/network/vpc_id:${ParamVersion}}}'
       GroupName :  !Sub   ${Env}-${ServiceName}-sg
       SecurityGroupIngress :
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.49.63.0/24
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.93.0.0/16
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.97.0.0/16
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.50.128.0/21
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.50.144.0/24
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  172.25.0.0/16

How do I properly format this YAML snippet?

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ContainerSecurityGroup:
  Type: AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup
  Properties:
    InstanceId: !Ref ContainerSG
    GroupDescription: "ECS Containers Security Group"
    VpcId: {{resolve:ssm:/ca/config/network/vpc_id:1}}
    GroupName: !Sub ${Env}-${ServiceName}-sg
    SecurityGroupIngress:
      - IpProtocol: tcp
        FromPort: 8080
        ToPort: 8080
        CidrIp: 10.49.63.0/24
      - IpProtocol: tcp
        FromPort: 8080
        ToPort: 8080
        CidrIp: 10.93.0.0/16
      - IpProtocol: tcp
        FromPort: 8080
        ToPort: 8080
        CidrIp: 10.97.0.0/16
      - IpProtocol: tcp
        FromPort: 8080
        ToPort: 8080
        CidrIp: 10.50.128.0/21
      - IpProtocol: tcp
        FromPort: 8080
        ToPort: 8080
        CidrIp: 10.50.144.0/24
      - IpProtocol: tcp
        FromPort: 8080
        ToPort: 8080
        CidrIp: 172.25.0.0/16

How do I properly use the Fn::Join object inside a CloudFormation Template?

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ContainerSecurityGroup:
    Type :  AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup
    Properties : 
       InstanceId: !Ref ContainerSG
       GroupDescription :  "ECS Containers Security Group"
       VpcId : 
         !Join :
                -  ""
                - -  "{{resolve:ssm:"
                  -  /
                  -  "ca"
                  -  /
                  -  "config"
                  -  /
                  -  "network"
                  -  /
                  -  "vpc_id:"
                  -  !Sub   "${ParamVersion}"
                  -  "}}"
       GroupName :  !Sub   ${Env}-${ServiceName}-sg
       SecurityGroupIngress :
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.49.63.0/24
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.93.0.0/16
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.97.0.0/16
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.50.128.0/21
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  10.50.144.0/24
        -  IpProtocol :  tcp
           FromPort :  8080
           ToPort :  8080
           CidrIp :  172.25.0.0/16

Building a multi-architecture Docker image, but Dockerfile requires different packages depending on architecture

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FROM ...
# Must be explicitly declared, and after FROM
ARG TARGETOS
# Then it can be used like a normal environment variable
RUN curl https://s3.amazonaws.com/ec2-downloads-$TARGETOS/...
ARG TARGETPLATFORM
RUN DEBARCH="$TARGETPLATFORM"; \
    if [ "$DEBARCH" = "arm" ]; then DEBARCH=arm64; fi; \
    curl .../debian-$DEBARCH/...
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FROM ...
# Must be explicitly declared, and after FROM
ARG TARGETOS
# Then it can be used like a normal environment variable
RUN curl https://s3.amazonaws.com/ec2-downloads-$TARGETOS/...
ARG TARGETPLATFORM
RUN DEBARCH="$TARGETPLATFORM"; \
    if [ "$DEBARCH" = "arm" ]; then DEBARCH=arm64; fi; \
    curl .../debian-$DEBARCH/...

Stacked barchart with a single column in ggplot?

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library(tibble)
library(ggplot2)
sse <- c(2527.5, 716.3)
model <- c('ssm', 'ssr')
value <- c('sst')

bar <- tibble(sse, model, value)

ggplot(bar, aes(x = value, y = sse, fill = sse, label = sse)) +
  geom_bar(position = "stack", stat = "identity", width = .3) +
  geom_text(size = 3, position = position_stack(vjust = 0.5))
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library(tidyverse)
sse <- c(3243.784, 2527.5, 716.3)
model <- c('sst', 'ssm', 'ssr')
foo <- tibble(sse, model)

ggplot(foo, aes(x = "", y = sse, fill = model)) +
  geom_col() 

Implementing If function in UserData

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Type: 'AWS::EC2::Instance'
    Properties:
        <OMIT>
        BlockDeviceMappings:
        - DeviceName: /dev/sda1
            Ebs:
            VolumeSize: 50
        - !If [VolumeCreationCondition, {DeviceName: xvdh, Ebs:{VolumeSize: 150, VolumeType: st1}}, !Ref AWS::NoValue]
        UserData:
            Fn::Base64: !Sub |
            #!/bin/bash
            
            export need_to_init="${VolumeCreationCondition}"
            if [[ "${need_to_init}" != "" ]]
            then
                # "Run your command to init disk here"
            fi
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${CreateProdResources}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml

An error occurred (ValidationError) when calling the ValidateTemplate operation: Template format error: Unresolved resource dependencies [CreateProdResources] in the Resources block of the template
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${Production}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
      
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml
{
    "Parameters": [
        {
            "ParameterKey": "Production",
            "DefaultValue": "",
            "NoEcho": false
        }
    ]
}
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Type: 'AWS::EC2::Instance'
    Properties:
        <OMIT>
        BlockDeviceMappings:
        - DeviceName: /dev/sda1
            Ebs:
            VolumeSize: 50
        - !If [VolumeCreationCondition, {DeviceName: xvdh, Ebs:{VolumeSize: 150, VolumeType: st1}}, !Ref AWS::NoValue]
        UserData:
            Fn::Base64: !Sub |
            #!/bin/bash
            
            export need_to_init="${VolumeCreationCondition}"
            if [[ "${need_to_init}" != "" ]]
            then
                # "Run your command to init disk here"
            fi
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${CreateProdResources}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml

An error occurred (ValidationError) when calling the ValidateTemplate operation: Template format error: Unresolved resource dependencies [CreateProdResources] in the Resources block of the template
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${Production}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
      
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml
{
    "Parameters": [
        {
            "ParameterKey": "Production",
            "DefaultValue": "",
            "NoEcho": false
        }
    ]
}
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Type: 'AWS::EC2::Instance'
    Properties:
        <OMIT>
        BlockDeviceMappings:
        - DeviceName: /dev/sda1
            Ebs:
            VolumeSize: 50
        - !If [VolumeCreationCondition, {DeviceName: xvdh, Ebs:{VolumeSize: 150, VolumeType: st1}}, !Ref AWS::NoValue]
        UserData:
            Fn::Base64: !Sub |
            #!/bin/bash
            
            export need_to_init="${VolumeCreationCondition}"
            if [[ "${need_to_init}" != "" ]]
            then
                # "Run your command to init disk here"
            fi
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${CreateProdResources}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml

An error occurred (ValidationError) when calling the ValidateTemplate operation: Template format error: Unresolved resource dependencies [CreateProdResources] in the Resources block of the template
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${Production}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
      
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml
{
    "Parameters": [
        {
            "ParameterKey": "Production",
            "DefaultValue": "",
            "NoEcho": false
        }
    ]
}
-----------------------
Type: 'AWS::EC2::Instance'
    Properties:
        <OMIT>
        BlockDeviceMappings:
        - DeviceName: /dev/sda1
            Ebs:
            VolumeSize: 50
        - !If [VolumeCreationCondition, {DeviceName: xvdh, Ebs:{VolumeSize: 150, VolumeType: st1}}, !Ref AWS::NoValue]
        UserData:
            Fn::Base64: !Sub |
            #!/bin/bash
            
            export need_to_init="${VolumeCreationCondition}"
            if [[ "${need_to_init}" != "" ]]
            then
                # "Run your command to init disk here"
            fi
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${CreateProdResources}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml

An error occurred (ValidationError) when calling the ValidateTemplate operation: Template format error: Unresolved resource dependencies [CreateProdResources] in the Resources block of the template
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${Production}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
      
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml
{
    "Parameters": [
        {
            "ParameterKey": "Production",
            "DefaultValue": "",
            "NoEcho": false
        }
    ]
}
-----------------------
Type: 'AWS::EC2::Instance'
    Properties:
        <OMIT>
        BlockDeviceMappings:
        - DeviceName: /dev/sda1
            Ebs:
            VolumeSize: 50
        - !If [VolumeCreationCondition, {DeviceName: xvdh, Ebs:{VolumeSize: 150, VolumeType: st1}}, !Ref AWS::NoValue]
        UserData:
            Fn::Base64: !Sub |
            #!/bin/bash
            
            export need_to_init="${VolumeCreationCondition}"
            if [[ "${need_to_init}" != "" ]]
            then
                # "Run your command to init disk here"
            fi
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${CreateProdResources}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml

An error occurred (ValidationError) when calling the ValidateTemplate operation: Template format error: Unresolved resource dependencies [CreateProdResources] in the Resources block of the template
Parameters:
  Production:
    Type: String
    Default: ''

Conditions:
  CreateProdResources: !Not [!Equals [!Ref Production, '']]

Resources:
  CloudNetPingTargetInstance:
    Type: AWS::EC2::Instance
    Properties:
      InstanceType: t2.micro
      ImageId: amzn2-ami-hvm-2.0.20210427.0-x86_64-gp2
      NetworkInterfaces:
        - DeviceIndex: '0'
          DeleteOnTermination: true
          SubnetId: subnet-11111c86
      UserData:
        Fn::Base64: !Sub |
          #!/bin/bash

          export PRODUCTION="${Production}"
          if [[ "$PRODUCTION" != "" ]]
          then
            echo "##### IS PRODUCTION"
          fi
      
$ aws cloudformation validate-template --template-body file://test.yaml
{
    "Parameters": [
        {
            "ParameterKey": "Production",
            "DefaultValue": "",
            "NoEcho": false
        }
    ]
}

Python/AWS Parameter Store: updated SSM values

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import boto3
import json

client = boto3.client('ssm')

def lambda_handler(event, context):
    old_parameter = client.get_parameter(Name='/config/db')
    print(old_parameter)
    parameter_value = json.loads(old_parameter['Parameter']['Value'])
    parameter_value['my_version'] = '1.0'
    client.put_parameter(Name='/config/db', Overwrite=True, Value=json.dumps(parameter_value))

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on ssm
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  • AWS SSM session manager not showing instances
  • How to show tag names with Ansible Dynamic Inventory for AWS?
  • How to get the ssm parameter to a yaml file?
  • How to free up space on AWS ec2 Ubuntu instance running nginx and jenkins?
  • Not enough space for drivers in AWS g4dn.4xlarge instance
  • Search for a value in a column and return value from the same row but different column using Python and pandas
  • How do I attribute values to parameters created within stacks in a template?
  • How do I properly use the VpcId Property inside Security Group?
  • How do I properly format this YAML snippet?
Trending Discussions on ssm

QUESTION

SSM Send Command Failed,Is it possible to run ssm command from one aws account to another

Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 10:06

I have the Jenkins node in Account A that builds the angular application For Deploying the dist folder I need to copy files from s3 to the angular instance. But the angular Instance is in Account B

Script:

aws --region us-west-2 ssm send-command --instance-ids i-xxxxxx --document-name AWS-RunShellScript --comment 'Deployment from Pipeline xxx-release-pipeline' --cloud-watch-output-config 'CloudWatchOutputEnabled=true,CloudWatchLogGroupName=SSMDocumentRunLogGroup' --parameters '{"commands":["aws --region us-west-2 s3 cp s3://xxxx/dist/*.zip /var/www/demo.com/html", "unzip -q *.zip"]}' --output text --query Command.CommandId

So when I run ssm send-command from node(in Account A) it shows Invalid Instance Id.

An error occurred (InvalidInstanceId) when calling the SendCommand operation

Jenkins node -> Account A Angular Instance(with ssm agent) -> Account B

In the pipeline for deploy stage I need to copy files from s3 to instance in Account B Is there a way to implement this use case in a better way with or without ssm?

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 09:56

I don't think you can directly run run-command accross account. But you could run in through AWS Systems Manager Automation. In your automation document you can use aws:runCommand.

This is possible because SSM Automation supports cross-account and cross-region deployments.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67983886

Community Discussions, Code Snippets contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network

Vulnerabilities

No vulnerabilities reported

Install ssm

You can download it from GitHub.
You can use ssm like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the ssm component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

Support

For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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