uzys-elasticache-tunnel

You can connect to elasticache outside the aws network for development

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You can connect to elasticache outside the aws network

Installation

You can install this through npm:
npm install -g uzys-elasticache-tunnel

Requirements

- Elasticache Endpoint (want to connect) - AWS EC2 ( for port forwarding) - ssh - node.js

configuration file

[
  {
    "localPort": 6379,
    "elasticacheEndpoint": "abcd.cache.amazonaws.com",
    "elasticachePort": 6379,
    "ec2Endpoint": "aaaa.ec2.amazon.com",
    "ec2User" : "ubuntu",
    "ec2Cert": "~/.ssh/EC2.pem"
  },
  {
    "localPort": 6378,
    "elasticacheEndpoint": "efgh.cache.amazonaws.com",
    "elasticachePort": 6379,
    "ec2Endpoint": "aaaa.ec2.amazon.com",
    "ec2User" : "ubuntu",
    "ec2Cert": "~/.ssh/EC2.pem"
  }
]
- first config : localhost:6379 => abcd.cache.amazonaws.com:6379 - second config : localhost:6378 => efgh.cache.amazonaws.com:6379
if you use Elasticache redis you can connect using redis-cli
redis-cli -h localhost -p 6378 // connect to efgh.cache.amazonaws.com:6379
redis-cli -h localhost -p 6379 // connect to abcd.cache.amazonaws.com:6379 

How to use

Usage: uzys-elasticache-tunnel [options] [command]

Commands:

  start [filename]  start tunneling with configuration file (default: config.json)
  stop              stop tunneling
  status            show tunneling status

Options:

  -h, --help     output usage information
  -V, --version  output the version number

Usage Example

  • start - uzys-elasticache-tunnel start ./config.json
  • stop - uzys-elasticache-tunnel stop
  • status - uzys-elasticache-tunnel status