extension ExtPose

Amazon AWS Quick Links

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Description from extension meta

Quickly and conveniently open AWS Services from here

Image from store Amazon AWS Quick Links
Description from store Quickly switch to Amazon AWS Webservices without having to go through the Amazon Console first. Once you visit an Amazon Webservice, the extension will remember your frequently used Services and highlight them first ( A permission for "https://*.aws.amazon.com/" is necessary due to this ) This app does not contact any 3rd party services and only works locally in your browser. This extension is not affiliated with Amazon. Currently supports links to the following services : Compute => EC2 => Lightsail => Elastic Container Service => Lambda => Batch => Elastic Beanstalk Analytics => Athena => EMR => CloudSearch => Elasticsearch Service => Kinesis => QuickSight => Data Pipeline => AWS Glue Security, Identity & Compliance => IAM => Cognito => Secrets Manager => GuardDuty => Inspector => Amazon Macie => AWS Single Sign-On => Certificate Manager => CloudHSM => Directory Service => WAF & Shield => Artifact Mobile Services => Mobile Hub => AWS AppSync => Device Farm => Mobile Analytics AR & VR => Amazon Sumerian Application Integration => Step Functions => Amazon MQ => Simple Notification Service => Simple Queue Service => SWF Customer Engagement => Amazon Connect => Pinpoint => Simple Email Service Business Productivity => Alexa for Business => Amazon Chime => WorkDocs => WorkMail Desktop & App Streaming => WorkSpaces => AppStream 2.0 Internet of Things => IoT Core => IoT Device Management => IoT Analytics => Greengrass => Amazon FreeRTOS Game Development => Amazon GameLift Storage => S3 => EFS => Glacier => Storage Gateway Database => RDS => DynamoDB => ElastiCache => Amazon Redshift Migration => AWS Migration Hub => Application Discovery Service => Database Migration Service => Server Migration Service => Snowball Networking & Content Delivery => VPC => CloudFront => Route 53 => API Gateway => Direct Connect Developer Tools => CodeStar => CodeCommit => CodeBuild => CodeDeploy => CodePipeline => Cloud9 => X-Ray Management Tools => CloudWatch => AWS Auto Scaling => CloudFormation => CloudTrail => Config => OpsWorks => Service Catalog => Systems Manager => Trusted Advisor => Managed Services Media Services => Elastic Transcoder => Kinesis Video Streams => MediaConvert => MediaLive => MediaPackage => MediaStore => MediaTailor Machine Learning => Amazon SageMaker => Amazon Comprehend => AWS DeepLens => Amazon Lex => Machine Learning => Amazon Polly => Rekognition => Amazon Transcribe => Amazon Translate

Latest reviews

  • (2020-08-25) Jux Ton: No support right now for AWS Amplify :(
  • (2019-12-13) Andrew Kondelin: Life saver. Would be even better with keyboard shortcuts.
  • (2019-09-27) Yang Li: The best AWS launcher on the market - it's fast, it remembers my last choice, the interface is clean (although the design could be simpler)
  • (2019-05-31) Ian Izaguirre: So helpful !
  • (2019-05-15) Love it, very simple. One thing could you guys add a feature where you can use up and down arrow keys to further select the exact service you want to open
  • (2018-06-26) Hélio: Very useful

Latest issues

  • (2021-09-15, v:1) Michele Pavan: Change the default region
    When I open a service it connect every time to the same region, maybe the first used, how can I change it ?
  • (2021-07-11, v:1) Jose Ezio Marquez: cloudfront
    502 ERROR The request could not be satisfied. CloudFront wasn't able to connect to the origin. We can't connect to the server for this app or website at this time. There might be too much traffic or a configuration error. Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you provide content to customers through CloudFront, you can find steps to troubleshoot and help prevent this error by reviewing the CloudFront documentation. Generated by cloudfront (CloudFront) Request ID: n4DYv9lKIXccGrzcz91PYhfjIWNRTKZbSO4YiwA-OPne6KNif890Pg== Please give your advice to solve this problem that could happen while navegating internet using chrome and access a dangerous web site
  • (2021-06-10, v:1) Craig Castle-Mead: "Sub" product links
    This plugin is a significant timesaver - appreciate the efforts. I often want to jump straight to sub-products - eg: under EC2 - security groups, Load Balancers, Target Groups, etc or under VPC - Site to Site VPN, IGW, NAT Gateways etc. The AWS UI and this plugin only give you quick access to the top level items though. Wondering if there's any desire to support more direct endpoints? Some users may be overwhelmed by the options this gives (and is obviously going to be more ongoing maintenance with the frequency of product changes) so wondering if it makes sense to either make expansion of sub-products a user definable toggle, or, allow users to configure their own shortcut options that way I can add the options that I use frequently CCM
  • (2020-09-02, v:1) Andy Stevko: all links go bad after opening LightSail
    I love your shortcuts and they have worked flawlessly for many months. I recently opened an Amazon Lightsail website and now after I've logged into Lightsail, all the old links like Route 53 are broken. e.g. https://lightsail.aws.amazon.com/route53/home and https://lightsail.aws.amazon.com/ec2/v2/home
  • (2019-05-15, v:1) Up and down arrow keys to select exactly which service to open
    Love it, very simple. One thing could you guys add a feature where you can use up and down arrow keys to further select the exact service you want to open


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4.8 (9 votes)
Last update / version
2018-05-03 / 1
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