AWS config is a valuable tool for administrators to keep track of and optimize AWS resources. In this article, we will discuss how to access AWS config.
AWS config can be accessed through the AWS Management Console or the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI). The following are two examples of how to access AWS config:
AWS Management Console: Access AWS config through the AWS Management Console. Open the AWS Management Console and sign in to your account.
Under the AWS Regions and Availability Zone section, select your region and then click on the Region Summary tab. Under the Resources section, click on the AmazonWeb Services (AWS) Config tab.
AWS CLI: Access AWS config through the AWS CLI. Open the AWS Command Line Interface and sign in to your account.
To access the AWS CLI, use the following command: AWS config. The following is an example of how to access the AWS config: AWS config get-item –name “MyConfig” The following is an example of how to list all resources in an AmazonWeb Services (AWS) account: AWS config get-item –region eu-west-1 –name “MyResource”.