AWS CLI :101

Linux shells — Use common shell programs such as bash, zsh, and tcsh to run commands in Linux or macOS.

Windows command line — On Windows, run commands at the Windows command prompt or in PowerShell.

Remotely — Run commands on Amazon EC2 instances through a remote terminal program such as PuTTY or SSH, or with AWS Systems Manager.

Version 2.x — The current, generally available release of the AWS CLI that is intended for use in production environments.

Version 1.x — The previous version of the AWS CLI that is available for backwards compatibility.

Access key ID

Secret access key

AWS Region

Output format




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