Lucee-aws - a set of CFCs to help you interact with AWS

Hi all,

I’ve already been going on about this on the Slack channel and Twitter, and
my blog (for the benefit of all the 5-10 people that’ve actually seen it) -
so for the rest of you here’s a heads up. I’ve been working on some CFCs
to help me interact with AWS for an internal mso project and got permission
to reuse that code a week or so ago, and so here’s the repo
: https://github.com/mso-net/lucee-aws

There’s blurb in the Readme.md as to how to get started as well as info on
my blog ( www.strayegg.com/tag/lucee-aws/ ). Soon I’ll be starting work on
fleshing out a gitbook ( http://mso.gitbooks.io/lucee-aws/content/ -
currently empty ) with more structured documentation.

This can be installed via CommandBox ( box install mso-net/lucee-aws
–production ) or just by copying down the files as per the instructions in
Readme.md.

If there’s anything that you would like adding, changing, fixing (if
broken), or any questions please just ask away and I’ll do my best to
address them. Better yet, chuck up an issue on the github repo (
https://github.com/mso-net/lucee-aws/issues/new ). I was asked last night
about adding in an SES integration, so 2 hours later there goes ses.cfc :slight_smile:

Future plans (at time of writing)

  • A custom resource provider to replace the Lucee S3ResourceProvider and so
    allow faster S3 mappings
  • Maybe something that can generate an IAM policy structure for you, that
    might be nice
  • I like the idea of SQS and Lambda so I’ll be working a bit more on those
  • OpsWorks integration could use some tests around it
  • Document all the things

At the moment the following services have some support

  • S3
  • Route53
  • OpsWorks
  • Elastic Load Balancers (ELB)
  • Simple Email Service (SES)
  • Lambda
  • DynamoDB

Nice! Great work.

There are some AWS cfc packages around, but most of them are outdated.
I’ll make sure to have a look at them and see if I can add some code as
well.

Mike2015-08-25 13:34 GMT+02:00 Simon Hooker <@Simon_Hooker>:

Hi all,

I’ve already been going on about this on the Slack channel and Twitter,
and my blog (for the benefit of all the 5-10 people that’ve actually seen
it) - so for the rest of you here’s a heads up. I’ve been working on some
CFCs to help me interact with AWS for an internal mso project and got
permission to reuse that code a week or so ago, and so here’s the repo :
https://github.com/mso-net/lucee-aws

There’s blurb in the Readme.md as to how to get started as well as info on
my blog ( www.strayegg.com/tag/lucee-aws/ ). Soon I’ll be starting work
on fleshing out a gitbook ( http://mso.gitbooks.io/lucee-aws/content/ -
currently empty ) with more structured documentation.

This can be installed via CommandBox ( box install mso-net/lucee-aws
–production ) or just by copying down the files as per the instructions in
Readme.md.

If there’s anything that you would like adding, changing, fixing (if
broken), or any questions please just ask away and I’ll do my best to
address them. Better yet, chuck up an issue on the github repo (
https://github.com/mso-net/lucee-aws/issues/new ). I was asked last
night about adding in an SES integration, so 2 hours later there goes
ses.cfc :slight_smile:

Future plans (at time of writing)

  • A custom resource provider to replace the Lucee S3ResourceProvider and
    so allow faster S3 mappings
  • Maybe something that can generate an IAM policy structure for you, that
    might be nice
  • I like the idea of SQS and Lambda so I’ll be working a bit more on those
  • OpsWorks integration could use some tests around it
  • Document all the things

At the moment the following services have some support

  • S3
  • Route53
  • OpsWorks
  • Elastic Load Balancers (ELB)
  • Simple Email Service (SES)
  • Lambda
  • DynamoDB


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