The tap-aws-cost-explorer Singer tap pulls data from AWS Cost Explorer that can then be sent to a destination using a Singer target.

Standalone usage

Install the package using pip:

pip install git+https://github.com/albert-marrero/tap-aws-cost-explorer.git

For additional instructions, refer to the README in the repository.

Usage with Meltano

Install Meltano, create your Meltano project, and add the tap to your project as a custom extractor:

meltano add --custom extractor tap-aws-cost-explorer

Then, configure the extractor, add any Singer target as a loader to send data to a destination and run a data integration (EL) pipeline.

Capabilities

Settings

Access Key (access_key)

Your AWS Account Access Key.

Secret Key (secret_key)

Your AWS Account Secret Key.

Start Date (start_date)

The start date for retrieving Amazon Web Services cost.

End Date (end_date)

The end date for retrieving Amazon Web Services cost.

Granularity (granularity)

Sets the Amazon Web Services cost granularity to MONTHLY or DAILY , or HOURLY.

Metrics (metrics)

Which metrics are returned in the query. Valid values are AmortizedCost, BlendedCost, NetAmortizedCost, NetUnblendedCost, NormalizedUsageAmount, UnblendedCost, and UsageQuantity.

Looking for help?

If you're having trouble getting tap-aws-cost-explorer to work by itself or with Meltano, look for an existing issue in its repository, file a new issue, or join the Meltano Slack community and ask for help in the #plugins-general channel.

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