Quick Start

The slash command

You can query Opsidian using the `/ops` slash command:

/ops what commands can I run?

The @opsidian user

You can talk to the @opsidian user and ask it about your AWS resources in a private message, or you can invite it to a channel, by running the invite command:

/invite @opsidian
In channels, Opsidian will respond only to messages that mention its name:
@opsidian what commands can I run?

General commands

Displaying available commands
/ops help
Displaying available commands for a specific service
/ops help <service>

The following command will display available commands for the EC2 service:

/ops help ec2
Sending feedback to Opsidian
/ops feedback <feedback_text>

Example:

/ops feedback I like Opsidian!

Switching regions

Each command can be run with the region parameter:

/ops ec2 list instances region <region>

The following command will list ec2 instances in the eu-west-1 region:

/ops ec2 list instances region eu-west-1

Switching accounts

Each command can be run with the account parameter:

/ops ec2 list instances account <account>

The following command will display a list of ec2 instances in the account named `devAccount`:

/ops ec2 list instances account devAccount

The following command will display a list of ec2 instances in the account named `devAccount` and region eu-west-1:

/ops ec2 list instances account devAccount region eu-west-1

Filtering results

Commands that list multiple results can be run with the filter parameter:

/ops <service> <command> filter <filter>

The following command displays a list of dynamodb tables with names that start with "dev" :

/ops dynamodb list tables filter dev
The following command displays a list of dynamodb tables with names that contain "dev":
/ops dynamodb list tables filter *dev

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