Interacting with your application on the AWS CLI - Amazon EMR

Interacting with your application on the AWS CLI

From the AWS CLI, you can create, describe, and delete individual applications. You can also list all of your applications so that you can view them at a glance. This section describes how to perform these actions. For more application operations, such starting, stopping, and updating your application, see the EMR Serverless API Reference. For examples of how to use the EMR Serverless API using the AWS SDK for Java, see Java examples in our GitHub repository. For examples of how to use the EMR Serverless API using the AWS SDK for Python (Boto), see Python examples in our GitHub repository.

To create an application, use create-application. You must specify SPARK or HIVE as the application type. This command returns the application’s ARN, name, and ID.

aws emr-serverless create-application \ --name my-application-name \ --type application-type \ --release-label release-version

To describe an application, use get-application and provide its application-id. This command returns the state and capacity-related configurations for your application.

aws emr-serverless get-application \ --application-id application-id

To list all of your applications, call list-applications. This command returns the same properties as get-application but includes all of your applications.

aws emr-serverless list-applications

To delete your application, call delete-application and supply your application-id.

aws emr-serverless delete-application \ --application-id application-id