Amazon launches new CloudShell

Amazon launches new CloudShell (1)

Amazon Web Services announced the launch of CloudShell. The browser-based shell for command line access will deploy scripts and has access to various AWS resources. Developers who work from a browser and need a command line for access to different AWS tools will be benefitted from the developer web-based tool.

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As per AWS, CloudShell is capable of running on Amazon Linux2 and comes with pre-installed common AWS command line interfaces, runtimes, and the required AWS SDKs for programming languages like Node.js and Python. The CloudShell solution is available free for end-users, but developers will need to pay for other AWS resources used along with CloudShell to develop and deploy the applications.

Source: zdnet

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