The goamz package enables Go programs to interact with Amazon Web Services.
The API of AWS is very comprehensive, though, and goamz doesn't even scratch the surface of it. That said, it's fairly well tested, and is the foundation in which further calls can easily be integrated. We'll continue extending the API as necessary - Pull Requests are very welcome!
The following packages are available at the moment:
github.com/crowdmob/goamz/aws github.com/crowdmob/goamz/cloudwatch github.com/crowdmob/goamz/dynamodb github.com/crowdmob/goamz/ec2 github.com/crowdmob/goamz/elb github.com/crowdmob/goamz/iam github.com/crowdmob/goamz/kinesis github.com/crowdmob/goamz/s3 github.com/crowdmob/goamz/sqs github.com/crowdmob/goamz/exp/mturk github.com/crowdmob/goamz/exp/sdb github.com/crowdmob/goamz/exp/sns
exp/ are still in an experimental or unfinished/unpolished state.
The API documentation is currently available at:
How to build and install goamz
go get with any of the available packages. For example:
$ go get github.com/crowdmob/goamz/ec2
$ go get github.com/crowdmob/goamz/s3
To run tests, first install gocheck with:
$ go get launchpad.net/gocheck
Then run go test as usual:
$ go test github.com/crowdmob/goamz/...
Note: running all tests with the command
go test ./... will currently fail as tests do not tear down their HTTP listeners.
If you want to run integration tests (costs money), set up the EC2 environment variables as usual, and run:
$ gotest -i