Lono has been written from years of experience and provides a workflow that makes CloudFormation much easier. Lono makes it possible to reuse CloudFormation templates. You can deploy the same templates across AWS accounts and build multiple environments.
Lono is available under a Source Available license and free to use. You can download it from RubyGems. Give a spin and see if it’s the right fit for you.
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Configure your registration info with a
.lono/registration.yml file located in either your project or home folder. Example:
--- name: Jon Doe email: firstname.lastname@example.org company: Dunder Mifflin registration_key: EXAMPLE700ca40bc06ea909c40ec143487a10ac1aec7851ac0a3a7dbaEXAMPLE
You can confirm the registration info with lono registration check. Example:
$ lono registration check Lono registration looks good! $
You can optionally store registration info in SSM Param Store. To use them:
--- name: <%= ssm("/lono/registration/name") %> company: <%= ssm("/lono/registration/company") %> email: <%= ssm("/lono/registration/email") %> registration_key: <%= ssm("/lono/registration/registration_key") %>
It can be useful to show the registration info being used with the
$ lono registration check --debug Debug mode enabled. Here's the lono registration info being used: --- name: Jon Doe email: email@example.com company: Dunder Mifflin registration_key: EXAMPLE700ca40bc06ea909c40ec143487a10ac1aec7851ac0a3a7dbaEXAMPLE Lono registration looks good! $
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