Alibaba Cloud Insights Mod
Create dashboards and reports for your Alibaba Cloud resources using Steampipe.
Dashboards can help answer questions like:
- How many resources do I have?
- How old are my resources?
- Are there any publicly accessible resources?
- Is encryption enabled and what keys are used for encryption?
- Is versioning enabled?
- What are the relationships between closely connected resources like RAM users, groups, and policies?
Dashboards are available for ECS, KMS, RAM, RDS, OSS, and VPC services.
Alibaba Cloud provides on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs to authenticated customers on a metered pay-as-you-go basis.
Steampipe is an open source CLI to instantly query cloud APIs using SQL.
Steampipe Mods are collections of
named queries, codified
controls that can be used to test current configuration of your cloud resources against a desired configuration, and
dashboards that organize and display key pieces of information.
Download and install Steampipe (https://steampipe.io/downloads). Or use Brew:
brew tap turbot/tapbrew install steampipe
Install the AliCloud plugin with Steampipe:
steampipe plugin install alicloud
git clone https://github.com/turbot/steampipe-mod-alicloud-insights.gitcd steampipe-mod-alicloud-insights
Before running any benchmarks, it's recommended to generate your AliCloud credential report:
aliyun ims GenerateCredentialReport --endpoint ims.aliyuncs.com
Start your dashboard server to get started:
By default, the dashboard interface will then be launched in a new browser window at https://localhost:9194. From here, you can view dashboards and reports.
This mod uses the credentials configured in the Steampipe AliCloud plugin.
No extra configuration is required.
If you have an idea for additional compliance controls, or just want to help maintain and extend this mod (or others) we would love you to join the community and start contributing.
- Join our Slack community → and hang out with other Mod developers.
Please see the contribution guidelines and our code of conduct. All contributions are subject to the Apache 2.0 open source license.
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