In order to get EventBridge Atlas setup and running you will need to fill in the .env file.
You should see
.env-example in the directory. Rename this to
Your env file will look something like this
# The name of your custom event bus. Used to get the rules for each event on your bus. EVENT_BUS_NAME= # Your schema registry name. (Discovered Schema Registry name. Continue to read docs to see how you can set this up) SCHEMA_REGISTRY_NAME= # Region the event bus is in REGION= # AWS ACCESS KEY AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID= # AWS SECRET KEY AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY= # AWS SESSION TOKEN AWS_SESSION_TOKEN=
Hopefully most things in the .env are understandable, but if you are struggling feel free to reach out or leave a comment on the GitHub repo and I will add more information to help people.
Now you have setup your
.env file we are good to go.
Running the application
EventBridge Atlas allow you to select which format you would like to generate your docs with.
Continue reading to get started with the