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Programming language: Go
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Latest version: v0.7.0

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go-aws-ssm

Go package that interfaces with AWS System Manager.

Why to use go-aws-ssm and not the aws-sdk-go?

This package is wrapping the aws-sdk-go and hides the complexity dealing with the not so Go friendly AWS SDK. Perfect use case for this package is when secure parameters for an application are stored to AWS Parameter Store using a path hierarchy. During application startup you can use this package to fetch them and use them in your application.

Install

go get github.com/PaddleHQ/go-aws-ssm

Examples

Basic Usage

        //Assuming you have the parameters in the following format:
        //my-service/dev/param-1  -> with value `a`
        //my-service/dev/param-2  -> with value `b`
        pmstore, err := awsssm.NewParameterStore()
        if err != nil {
            return err
        }
        //Requesting the base path
        params, err := pmstore.GetAllParametersByPath("/my-service/dev/", true)
        if err!=nil{
            return err
        }

        //And getting a specific value
        value:=params.GetValueByName("param-1")
        //value should be `a`


Integrates easily with viper

        //Assuming you have the parameters in the following format:
        //my-service/dev/param-1  -> with value `a`
        //my-service/dev/param-2  -> with value `b`
        pmstore, err := awsssm.NewParameterStore()
        if err != nil {
            return err
        }
        //Requesting the base path
        params, err := pmstore.GetAllParametersByPath("/my-service/dev/", true)
        if err!=nil{
            return err
        }

        //Configure viper to handle it as json document, nothing special here!
        v := viper.New()
        v.SetConfigType(`json`)
        //params object implements the io.Reader interface that is required
        err = v.ReadConfig(params)
        if err != nil {
            return err
        }
        value := v.Get(`param-1`)
        //value should be `a`