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A Concourse CI resource to check for new Amazon Machine Images (AMI).
aws_access_key_id: Your AWS access key ID.
aws_secret_access_key: Your AWS secret access key.
region: Required. The AWS region to search for AMIs.
filters: Required. A map of named filters to their values. Check the AWS CLI describe-images documentation for a complete list of acceptable filters and values.
aws_secret_access_key are both absent, AWS CLI will fall back to other authentication mechanisms. See Configuration setting and precedence
check: Check for new AMIs
Searches for AMIs that match the provided source filters, ordered by their creation date. The AMI ID serves as the resulting version.
in: Fetch the description of an AMI
Places the following files in the destination:
output.json: The complete AMI description object in JSON format. Check the AWS CLI describe-images documentation for examples.
id: A plain text file containing the AMI ID, e.g.
packer.json: The AMI ID in Packer
var-file input format, typically for use with packer-resource, e.g.
This pipeline will check for a new Ubuntu 14.04 LTS AMI in the Sydney region every hour, triggering the next step of the build plan if it finds one.
resource_types: - name: ami type: docker-image source: repository: jdub/ami-resource resources: - name: ubuntu-ami type: ami check_every: 1h source: aws_access_key_id: "..." aws_secret_access_key: "..." region: ap-southeast-2 filters: owner-id: "099720109477" is-public: true state: available name: ubuntu/images/hvm-ssd/ubuntu-trusty-*server* jobs: - name: my-ami plan: - get: ubuntu-ami trigger: true - task: build-fresh-image ...