Opsidian makes it easy for developers to query their AWS using natural language or CLI commands. This allows teams to:- Collaborate easier on AWS infrastructure without leaving Slack. - Run more atomic commands than the AWS CLI - making it easier to discuss on Slack. - Use natural language let devs who are not AWS experts query and participate in tackling infrastructure challenges without remembering CLI command syntax. - Use multiple AWS profiles/accounts.For security reasons we allow read-only commands to be performed. Opsidian supports many AWS services, including: Kinesis, SQS, ECS, EC2, API Gateway, RDS, S3, DynamoDB, ELB, EMR, ElastiCache and Lambda. You can see our full command and AWS service coverage at http://opsidian.ai/commands.
Opsidian will ask to:
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
Send messages as OpsidianShow more
Opsidian will be able to send messages to .
View your Slack avatarShow more
Opsidian will be able to view your Slack avatar on .
Confirm your identityShow more
Opsidian will be able to view your user id number, full name, and workspace id number on .
View your email addressShow more
Opsidian will be able to view your email address on .
View your Slack workspace nameShow more
Opsidian will be able to view your Slack workspace on .
View email addresses of people on your workspaceShow more
Opsidian will be able to view the email addresses of your Slack workspace’s members.
Access your workspace’s profile informationShow more
Opsidian will be able to access profile information for all users on , including names and contact information.
Add a bot user with the username @opsidianShow more
Opsidian will be able to install a bot user that appears in and has access to your workspace’s directory. It can also post messages and view activity on messages in any channel it is invited to.
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