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    aws-assume-role-cicd

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    aws-assume-role-cicd

    CLI for assuming an AWS role in a CI/CD pipeline

    When using hosted CI/CD tools, such as bitbucket-pipelines or gitlab-ci, we need to source credentials from secure environment variables instead of the ~/.aws/credentials file. This CLI is specifically designed for these CI/CD requirements. When performing a dev deployment from a developer's machine use aws-get-session-token instead.

    Installation

    npm i aws-assume-role-cicd --save-dev

    Usage

    Pipeline YAML

    export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=$PROD_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
    export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=$PROD_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
    export AWS_ROLE=$PROD_AWS_ROLE
    npm run dp:prd:e
    

    Alternatively, provide two roles separated by a |, such as a jump role and an execution role.

    export AWS_ROLE=$PROD_AWS_ROLE_JUMP|$PROD_AWS_ROLE_EXEC
    

    package.json

      "scripts": {
        "dp:prd:e": "eval \"$(assume-role) sls deploy -v -r us-east-1 -s prd --acct prod\""
      },
    

    Help

    $ assume --help
    

    Install

    npm i aws-assume-role-cicd

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    Version

    1.0.4

    License

    MIT

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