Parade is a simple CLI tool for AWS SSM parameter store. Easy to read and write key values in your parameter store.
$ brew install chroju/tap/parade
Download the latest binary from here and place it in the some directory specified by
If you have set up Go environment, you can also install
go get command.
$ go get github.com/chroju/parade
# with command line options $ parade --profile YOUR_PROFILE # with aws-vault $ aws-vault exec YOUR_PROFILE -- parade
Parade uses the following AWS API. If you are dealing with SecureString, you will also need permission to access the kms key.
There are simple 4 sub commands. It is similar to redis-cli.
Search keys and display their types together.
keys command supports exact match, forward match, and partial match. It usually searches for exact matches.
$ parade /service1/dev/key1 /service1/dev/key1 Type: String
* as a postfix, the search will be done as a forward match. Furthermore, also use
* as a prefix, it becomes a partial match. You can't use
* as a prefix only.
$ parade keys /service1* /service1/dev/key1 Type: String /service1/dev/key2 Type: String /service1/prod/key3 Type: SecureString $ parade keys *prod* /service1/prod/key3 Type: SecureString
If no argument is given, all keys will be retrieved.
$ parade keys /service1/dev/key1 Type: String /service1/dev/key2 Type: String /service1/prod/key3 Type: SecureString ...
Display the value of the specified key.
$ parade get /service1/dev/key1 value1
You can also do a partial search using
* as well as the
$ parade get /service1* /service1/dev/key1 value1 /service1/dev/key2 value2 /service1/prod/key3 value3
-d option is required to decrypt SecureString.
$ parade get /service1/dev/password (encrypted) $ parade get /service1/dev/password -d 1234password
Set new key and value.
$ parade set /service1/dev/key4 value4
If the specified key already exists, you can choose to overwrite it. Use
--force flag if you want to force overwriting.
$ parade set /service1/dev/key4 value5 WARN: `/service1/dev/key4` already exists. Overwrite `/service1/dev/key4` (value: value4) ? (Y/n) $ parade set /service1/dev/key4 value5 --force
The value is stored as
String type by default. It also supports
SecureString type with the default AWS KMS key and can be specified with the
StringList type is not supported.
Delete key and value. Use
--force flag if you want to skip the confirmation prompt.
$ parade del /service1/dev/key4 Delete `/service1/dev/key4` (value: value5) ? (Y/n) $ parade del /service1/dev/key4 --force
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