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One minute quick start 🚀
Install sls-mentor on your project and customize your experience 🔎
yarn add -D sls-mentor
Select the cloudformation stacks you want to check using -c option
yarn sls-mentor -c YOUR_AWS_STACK_NAME_1 YOUR_AWS_STACK_NAME_2
Filter the checked resources by tags using the -t option
yarn sls-mentor -t Key=TAG_KEY,Value=TAG_VALUE
Specify an AWS profile or an AWS region using -p and -r options
yarn sls-mentor -p YOUR_AWS_PROFILE -c YOUR_AWS_STACK_NAME -r YOUR_AWS_REGION
Run sls-mentor as a periodic check on your CI 📟
The command you want to run in your pipeline is:
yarn sls-mentor -p YOUR_AWS_PROFILE -c YOUR_AWS_STACK_NAME -r YOUR_AWS_REGION -l YOUR_DESIRED_LEVEL
Github actions, Circle CI, Gitlab CI configuration snippets coming soon 🚀
⚠️ To make sure it properly works when executed by a pipeline runner:
Rules featured by sls-mentor 📏
Lambda: Use ARM64 architecture: checks that you're using ARM64 architectures for your Lambda functions.
Lambda: No shared IAM roles: checks that each one of your Lambda functions has its own IAM role.
Lambda: Limited amount of versions: checks that you do not store all previous deployment versions for your Lambda functions.
Lambda: Specify failure destination to async functions: checks that each one of your async Lambda functions has a failure destination.
Lambda: No mono package: checks that each one of your Lambda functions has different code.
Lambda: Light bundle: checks that each one of your Lambda functions' bundles is reasonably small.
Lambda: Under maximum memory: checks that each one of your Lambda functions' memory size is reasonably small.
Lambda: No maximum timeout: checks that your Lambda functions' timeout is not set at the maximum available.
Lambda: No provisioned concurrency: checks that no Lambda function has provisioned concurrency.
Lambda: No deprecated runtime: checks that your Lambda functions do not run on deprecated runtime.
S3: Use intelligent tiering: checks that each one of S3 buckets has intelligent tiering enabled.
S3: Use HTTPS requests only: checks that users access buckets objects using SSL.
SQS: Specify a DLQ on queues: checks that SQS queues have a dead-letter-queue specified in case of failure
Cognito: Sign-in case insensitivity: checks that your Cognito user pool is insensitive to user name case.
CloudWatch Log Groups: Defined logs retention duration: checks that each of your Log Groups has a defined log retention duration.
EventBridge: Specified dead letter queue: checks that each Event Bridge Rule target has a dead letter queue.
CloudFront: Enable security headers: checks that each CloudFront distributions have basic security headers enabled.
CloudFront: Use a SSL certificate: checks that CloudFront distributions use custom SSL certificates from ACM or IAM.
RDS: Enable instance autoscaling: checks that RDS instances have autoscaling enabled.
Backup: Define backup retention period: checks that backups have a retention period or are transitioned to clod storage
Api Gateway V2: no unauthorized route: checks that all your backend routes have authorization enabled
Check out our articles, to find out more:
- sls-mentor 1.0.0 available now! Your Free Open Source audit tool for AWS architectures! by Éloi
- That one AWS Lambda hidden configuration that will make you a Hero - sls-mentor is watching over you by Zineb
- AWS Lambda Versions : Time to clean up! - sls-mentor is watching over you by Pierre
- AWS Lambda 101: Shave That Bundle Down by Éloi