ConsoleMe consolidates the management of multiple AWS accounts into a single interface. It allows your end-users and administrators to get credentials for your different accounts, and allows your users/administrators to manage or request cloud permissions. Friday, Dec 11, 2020

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ConsoleMe strives to be a multi-account AWS swiss-army knife, making AWS easier for your end-users and cloud administrators. It is designed to consolidate the management of multiple accounts into a single web interface. It allows your end-users and administrators to get credentials / console access to your different accounts, depending on their authorization level. It provides mechanisms for end-users and administrators to both request and manage permissions for IAM roles, S3 buckets, SQS queues, and SNS topics. A self-service wizard is also provided to guide users into requesting the permissions they desire.

ConsoleMe is extensible and pluggable. We offer a set of basic plugins for authenticating users, determining their groups and eligible roles, and more through the use of default plugins (consoleme/default_plugins). If you need to link ConsoleMe with internal business logic, we recommend creating a new private repository based on the default_plugins directory and modifying the code as appropriate to handle that custom internal logic.

ConsoleMe uses Celery to run tasks on a schedule or on-demand. Our implementation is also extensible through the usage of Python entry points. This means that you can also implement internal-only Celery tasks to handle some of your custom business logic if needed.

The celery tasks in this repo are generally used to cache resources across your AWS accounts (such as IAM roles), and report Celery metrics. We have tasks that perform the following:

  • Cache IAM roles, SQS queues, SNS topics, and S3 buckets to Redis/DDB
  • Report Celery Last Success Metrics (Used for alerting on failed tasks)
  • Cache Cloudtrail Errors by ARN (This requires an internal celery task to aggregate Cloudtrail errors from your preferred source)

Netflix’s internal celery tasks handle a variety of additional requirements that you may be interested in implementing. These include:

  • Caching S3/Cloudtrail errors from our Hive / ElasticSearch databases. We expose these to end-users in ConsoleMe
  • Generating tags for our resources, which include the creator and owner of the resource, and any associated applications.
  • Generating an IAM managed policy unique for each account which (when attached to a role) prevents the usage of an IAM role credential outside of the account. (This is used as a general credential theft and SSRF protection)
  • Cache Google Groups, Users and Account Settings from internal services at Netflix

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