StackQL is an intelligent API client which uses SQL as a front-end language with support for multi-cloud and SaaS provider environments, you can find more information at github.com/stackql/stackql
StackQL can provide valuable insights into your cloud and SaaS estates, whether for security posture management, cross-cloud entitlements reporting, cost optimization, or asset/inventory management.
As an interactive analysis tool, Jupyter notebooks can leverage StackQL to provide sources for cloud and SaaS provider data.
We've recently added magic function support for running StackQL queries in Jupyter notebooks, making the integration between StackQL and Jupyter more seamless. StackQL magic and be used on a line in a cell or the entire cell itself, as shown here:
The stackql-jupyter-demo Docker image is available from Docker Hub. You can find instructions to run using the Docker Hub image and instructions to run using
docker-compose at github.com/stackql/stackql-jupyter-demo.
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