The AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) is a tool to manage your AWS services. With just one tool to download and configure, you can control multiple AWS services from the command line and automate them through scripts.
AWS CLI is a tool that pulls all the AWS services together in one central console, giving you easy control of multiple AWS services with a single tool.
The AWS CLI v2 offers several new features including improved installers, new configuration options such as AWS IAM Identity Center (successor to AWS SSO), and various interactive features.
How to Install AWS CLI
You can install the tool by downloading it from the AWS CLI resource page at Amazon. The page has download options for Windows, Mac, and Linux installations. It also has a beginner’s guide, a comprehensive reference manual, a user forum and a link to the GitHub project. Here are the install tools offered by Amazon:
Windows 64-bit download
Windows 32-bit download
Chocolately: choco awscli
Mac and Linux download (requires Python 2.6.5 or greater)
Pip install link
To install AWS CLI, users sign up for an AWS account, get an access key ID and secret access key, then pick a (very simple!) install method depending on their system and software.
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