|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Awesome Aws||11,531||4 months ago||1||December 21, 2015||65||other||Python|
|A curated list of awesome Amazon Web Services (AWS) libraries, open source repos, guides, blogs, and other resources. Featuring the Fiery Meter of AWSome.|
|Aws Sdk Go||8,424||5,100||12,070||4 days ago||1,859||August 04, 2023||50||apache-2.0||Go|
|AWS SDK for the Go programming language.|
|Boto3||8,329||11,545||5,993||4 days ago||1,361||August 04, 2023||175||apache-2.0||Python|
|AWS SDK for Python|
|Aws Doc Sdk Examples||8,157||3 days ago||99||April 23, 2021||260||apache-2.0||Java|
|Welcome to the AWS Code Examples Repository. This repo contains code examples used in the AWS documentation, AWS SDK Developer Guides, and more. For more information, see the Readme.md file below.|
|Aws Sdk Php||5,896||6,735||1,470||3 days ago||1,763||August 08, 2023||50||apache-2.0||PHP|
|Official repository of the AWS SDK for PHP (@awsforphp)|
|Aws Sdk Java||3,999||26||22||4 days ago||933||May 04, 2022||112||apache-2.0|
|The official AWS SDK for Java.|
|Aws Sdk Ruby||3,466||20,462||1,486||3 days ago||1,207||September 01, 2021||23||apache-2.0||Ruby|
|The official AWS SDK for Ruby.|
|Rusoto||2,595||164||427||9 months ago||26||April 25, 2022||255||mit||Rust|
|AWS SDK for Rust|
|Aws Sdk Js V3||2,576||2||3 days ago||1||April 13, 2022||351||apache-2.0||TypeScript|
Boto3 is the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Software Development Kit (SDK) for Python, which allows Python developers to write software that makes use of services like Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2. You can find the latest, most up to date, documentation at our doc site, including a list of services that are supported.
Boto3 is maintained and published by Amazon Web Services.
Boto (pronounced boh-toh) was named after the fresh water dolphin native to the Amazon river. The name was chosen by the author of the original Boto library, Mitch Garnaat, as a reference to the company.
On 2023-12-13, support for Python 3.7 will end for Boto3. This follows the Python Software Foundation end of support for the runtime which occurred on 2023-06-27. For more information, see this blog post.
Assuming that you have a supported version of Python installed, you can first set up your environment with:
$ python -m venv .venv ... $ . .venv/bin/activate
Then, you can install boto3 from PyPI with:
$ python -m pip install boto3
or install from source with:
$ git clone https://github.com/boto/boto3.git $ cd boto3 $ python -m pip install -r requirements.txt $ python -m pip install -e .
After installing boto3
Next, set up credentials (in e.g.
[default] aws_access_key_id = YOUR_KEY aws_secret_access_key = YOUR_SECRET
Then, set up a default region (in e.g.
Other credential configuration methods can be found here
Then, from a Python interpreter:
>>> import boto3 >>> s3 = boto3.resource('s3') >>> for bucket in s3.buckets.all(): print(bucket.name)
You can run tests in all supported Python versions using
tox. By default,
it will run all of the unit and functional tests, but you can also specify your own
pytest options. Note that this requires that you have all supported
versions of Python installed, otherwise you must pass
-e or run the
pytest command directly:
$ tox $ tox -- unit/test_session.py $ tox -e py26,py33 -- integration/
You can also run individual tests with your default Python version:
$ pytest tests/unit
We use GitHub issues for tracking bugs and feature requests and have limited bandwidth to address them. Please use these community resources for getting help:
We value feedback and contributions from our community. Whether it's a bug report, new feature, correction, or additional documentation, we welcome your issues and pull requests. Please read through this CONTRIBUTING document before submitting any issues or pull requests to ensure we have all the necessary information to effectively respond to your contribution.
Boto3 was made generally available on 06/22/2015 and is currently in the full support phase of the availability life cycle.
For information about maintenance and support for SDK major versions and their underlying dependencies, see the following in the AWS SDKs and Tools Shared Configuration and Credentials Reference Guide: