Fugue API Client Usage: fugue [command] Available Commands: create Create a resource delete Delete a resource get Retrieve a resource help Help about any command list List a collection of resources scan Trigger a scan sync Sync files to your account update Update a resource Flags: -h, --help help for fugue --version version for fugue Use "fugue [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Currently only macOS builds are available.
1. Download the prebuilt
fugue binary from the releases page on GitHub:
cd into the directory where you downloaded
fugue and move the binary to a location in your
$PATH, such as
mv fugue /usr/local/bin
3. Change file permissions:
chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/fugue
export FUGUE_API_ID=61ae1bed-1b6f-1234-5678-1a2b3c4d5e6f export FUGUE_API_SECRET=f7a89ac99cab9dd2948712345678901234567890
5. You should be able to run the
fugue executable now:
If you get an error message that the application cannot be opened, see these instructions.
The client uses the following required environment variables:
Accepted Parameter Values¶
How to format fugue flags¶
For a list of accepted values, see:
--compliance-families: Compliance families
--survey-resource-groups: Supported resources
Add quotation marks around each compliance family or resource name. You may specify multiple values:
You can use the alias
env instead of
environment throughout the CLI. For example, this command:
fugue create aws env [flags]
is the same as this command:
fugue create aws environment [flags]
Help for any command¶
fugue help command returns helpful information for any command or subcommand. For each command, help text includes description, usage, a list of available subcommands, and flags. You can view it by using
fugue [command] help,
fugue [command] -h, or
fugue [command] --help.
For more details, see the fugue help documentation.
Installation Error Message¶
On certain versions of macOS, you might see an error message that “fugue cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified.”
You can safely run
fugue by taking the following steps:
1. Select “Cancel” to dismiss the error message.
2. In macOS, access System Preferences > Security & Privacy and select the General tab.
3. Click the lock in the lower-left corner to unlock your computer and make changes.
4. Click “Allow Anyway.”
6. macOS will ask you to confirm that you want to open it. Click “Open.”
7. You can now run