[22/30] #30DaysOfAWS Today, AWS Resource Explorer & Hands-On.
AWS Resource Explorer is a managed capability that simplifies the search and discovery of your AWS resources across AWS Regions. You can use Resource Explorer to explore your resources using an internet search engine like experience. Examples of resources include Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) instances, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets, or Amazon DynamoDB tables.
Here are some of the things you can do with AWS Resource Explorer
- Search for your resources using resource metadata like names, tags, and IDs.
- Search across all of the AWS Regions in your account in which you turn on Resource Explorer.
- See the relationships between your resources.
- Get information about your resources, such as their status, configuration, and usage.
- Take actions on your resources, such as deleting them or modifying their configuration.
- You can access Resource Explorer from the AWS Management Console, the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI), or the AWS SDKs.
Here are the steps on how to use AWS Resource Explorer
- Sign in to the AWS Management Console.
- In the navigation pane, choose Services, then select Resource Explorer.
- In the Search bar, enter a search term.
- The results will be displayed in a table. You can filter the results by using tags, services, and other metadata.
- To learn more about a resource, click on it in the table.
- To take action on a resource, click on the Actions button.
Step-by-step tutorial for how to setup AWS Resource Explorer. You can download it using this URL.
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