AWS Config
Developer Guide

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AWS Config Resources

The following related resources can help you as you work with this service.

  • AWS Config – The primary web page for information about AWS Config.

  • AWS Config Pricing

  • Technical FAQ

  • Partners – Links to partner products that are fully integrated with AWS Config to help you visualize, monitor, and manage the data from your configuration stream, configuration snapshots, or configuration history.

  • Classes & Workshops – Links to role-based and specialty courses as well as self-paced labs to help sharpen your AWS skills and gain practical experience.

  • AWS Developer Tools – Links to developer tools, SDKs, IDE toolkits, and command line tools for developing and managing AWS applications.

  • AWS Whitepapers – Links to a comprehensive list of technical AWS whitepapers, covering topics such as architecture, security, and economics and authored by AWS Solutions Architects or other technical experts.

  • AWS Support Center – The hub for creating and managing your AWS Support cases. Also includes links to other helpful resources, such as forums, technical FAQs, service health status, and AWS Trusted Advisor.

  • AWS Support – The primary web page for information about AWS Support, a one-on-one, fast-response support channel to help you build and run applications in the cloud.

  • Contact Us – A central contact point for inquiries concerning AWS billing, account, events, abuse, and other issues.

  • AWS Site Terms – Detailed information about our copyright and trademark; your account, license, and site access; and other topics.

AWS Software Development Kits for AWS Config

An AWS software development kit (SDK) makes it easier to build applications that access cost-effective, scalable, and reliable AWS infrastructure services. With AWS SDKs, you can get started in minutes with a single, downloadable package that includes the library, code samples, and reference documentation. The following table lists the available SDKs and third-party libraries you can use to access AWS Config programmatically.