I’m super excited to annonce the release of Komiser:2.1.0 with beta support of Google Cloud Platform. You can now use one single open source tool to detect both AWS and GCP overspending.
With the GDPR becoming real in EU, logging and storage of (potentially) personally identifiable information now need to be reduced in many organizations. Komiser allows you to analyze and manage cloud cost, usage, security, and governance in one place. Hence, detecting potential vulnerabilities that could put your cloud environment at risk.
It allows you also to control your usage and create visibility across all used services to achieve maximum cost-effectiveness and get a deep understanding of how you spend on the AWS, GCP and Azure.
Below are the available downloads for the latest version of Komiser (2.1.0). Please download the proper package for your operating system and architecture.
Note: make sure to add the execution permission to Komiser chmod +x komiser and update the user’s $PATH variable.
Komiser is also available as a Docker image:
docker run -d -p 3000:3000 --name komiser mlabouardy/komiser:2.1.0
Note that we need to provide the three environment variables AWS_DEFAULT_REGION, AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY set in the container such as that the CLI can automatically authenticate with AWS.
Create a service account with Viewer permission, see Creating and managing service accounts docs.
Enable the below APIs for your project through GCP Console, gcloud or using the Service Usage API. You can find out more about these options in Enabling an API in your GCP project docs.
To analyze and optimize the infrastructure cost, you need to export your daily cost to BigQuery, see Export Billing to BigQuery docs.
Provide authentication credentials to your application code by setting the environment variable GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS:
That should be it. Try out the following from your command prompt to start the server:
komiser start --port 3000 --dataset project-id.dataset-name.table-name
If you point your favorite browser to http://localhost:3000, you should see Komiser awesome dashboard:
The versioned documentation can be found on https://docs.komiser.io.
Komiser is written in Golang and is MIT licensed — contributions are welcomed whether that means providing feedback or testing existing and new features.
Drop your comments, feedback, or suggestions below — or connect with me directly on Twitter @mlabouardy.