How to programmatically figure out which services are being actively used by an AWS account

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Outside of billing and calling each service Describe/List* method, is there a way to obtain a list of AWS services for which there is atleast one resource present in a given AWS account? (this is different from Active service).

已提問 1 年前檢視次數 516 次
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Lihu Wu
已回答 1 年前
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Hi There

There are a few ways to to this:

  1. Use Tag Editor
  2. Use AWS Config
  3. Use a third party tool like aws-inventory
  4. Use AWS Resource Explorer although not all services are supported yet
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Matt-B
已回答 1 年前
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I'd consider looking in to the recently announced AWS Resource Explorer (https://aws.amazon.com/resourceexplorer/)

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已回答 1 年前
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Thank you for quick responses! I should have added that I have limitation of working within SecurityAudit policy permissions to be able to do this programmatically. That said, I wasn't aware of aws-inventory tool and AWS resource explorer, will try those and respond back to the thread if it indeed solves the problem.

已回答 1 年前

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