In this video, we’ll look at how to use Python to automate services in AWS.
Using a real-world example, we’ll utilize CloudTrail to capture AWS events. We’ll set a rule in EventBridge to trigger a Lambda function whenever a user creates a new AWS EC2 instance. Then we’ll use Python within that Lambda to tag that instance with the name of the user that created it. This way, a company can always keep track of who created what sever by having this dynamic automation in place.
Python is a very popular language of choice with AWS automation and DevOps practices. After viewing this video, you’ll have a good idea of how it can be utilized to save time in implementing AWS best practices.
0:00 - Intro
0:33 - What we’re building
2:55 - Create Lambda function
4:14 - Create Trail and EventBridge Rule
9:25 - Boto3 and Writing Python Code
19:05 - Troubleshooting
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