Bash-My-AWS vs Cronyo: What are the differences?
Developers describe Bash-My-AWS as "*CLI Commands for AWS *". It is a simple but extremely powerful set of CLI commands for managing resources on Amazon Web Services They harness the power of Amazon's AWSCLI, while abstracting away verbosity.
The project implements some innovative patterns but (arguably) remains simple, beautiful and readable.. On the other hand, Cronyo is detailed as "A simple CLI to manage your cron jobs on AWS". It provides A simple CLI to manage your cron jobs on AWS. In addition, it can instantly deploy a couple of super-simple, helpful and secure lambda functions to perform HTTP GET/POST requests for you. So if you need to trigger any webhooks on schedule, an AWS account and Cronyo is all you need.
Bash-My-AWS and Cronyo can be categorized as "AWS" tools.
Some of the features offered by Bash-My-AWS are:
- Short, Memorable Commands
- Shell Command Completion
- Unix Pipeline Friendly (instead of JSON)
On the other hand, Cronyo provides the following key features:
- Simple command line interface to manage cron jobs (much simpler than aws events put-rules, aws lambda add-permission, aws events put-targets, Cloudformation, or Terraform)
- Pre-built AWS Lambda functions for simple HTTP GET/POST requests, or use your own lambdas
- Cost Effective (you'll need a TON of cron rules to worry about costs)