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Komiser CLI, try it out!

The easiest way to get started with Komiser is to install the Komiser CLI by running the Homebrew commands below. Don't have Homebrew? Install it here.

brew tap tailwarden/komiser
brew install komiser

Table of Contents

What is Komiser?

Komiser is an open source project created to analyse and manage cloud cost, usage, security and governance all in one place. With komiser you can also:

  • Control your resource usage and gain visibility across all used services to achieve maximum cost-effectiveness.
  • Detect potential vulnerabilities that could put your cloud environment at risk.
  • Get a deep understanding of how you spend on the AWS, GCP, OVH, DigitalOcean and Azure.

Who is using it?

Komiser was built with every Cloud Engineer, Developer, DevOps engineer and SRE in mind. We understand that tackling cost savings, security improvements and resource usage analyse efforts can be hard, sometimes just knowing where to start, can be the most challenging part at times. Komiser is here to help those cloud practitioners see their cloud resources and accounts much more clearly. Only with clear insight can timely and efficient actions take place.

Getting started


You can run Komiser locally, as a Docker container or by running it inside a Kubernetes cluster. Below are the available downloads for the latest version of Komiser (2.11.0). Please download the appropriate package for your operating system and architecture.

Installation on AWS

Connect Komiser CLI to your AWS account.

Deploy Komiser to single account access EKS cluster (Helm chart)

  • If you want to connect a single AWS account follow the documentation here.

Deploy Komiser to a multi account access EKS cluster (Helm chart)

  • If you would like to connect various AWS accounts to a Komiser deployment in a Management EKS cluster, follow the steps here.

Installation on GCP

Connect a local deployment of Komiser CLI to your GCP account.

Installation on Azure

Connect a local deployment of Komiser CLI to your Azure account.

Installation on Digital Ocean

Connect a local deployment of Komiser CLI to you rDigital Ocean account.

Installation on OVH

Connect a local deployment of Komiser CLI to your OVH account


Head over to the official Komiser documentation at The source repository for the documentation website is tailwarden/docs.

We know that writing docs isn't usually at the top of too many peoples "What I like to do for fun" list, but if you feel so inclined, by all means, consider contributing to our documentation repository, we will be very grateful. It's built using Docusaurus.

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Bugs and feature requests

Have a bug or a feature request? Please first read the issue guidelines and search for existing and closed issues. If your problem or idea is not addressed yet, please open a new issue.

Roadmap and Contributing

We are very excited about what is in store in the coming weeks and months, take a look at the public roadmap to stay on top of what's coming down the pipeline.

Komiser is written in Golang and is Elv2 licensed - contributions are always welcome whether that means providing feedback, be it through GitHub, through the #feedback channel on our Discord server or testing existing and new features. Feel free to check out our contributor guidelines and consider becoming a contributor today.


If you'd like to have your company represented and are using Komiser please give formal written permission below via a comment on this thread or via email to [email protected].

We will need a URL to a svg or png logo, a text title and a company URL.


We use SemVer for versioning. For the versions available, see the tags on this repository.

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