How many services does AWS actually have?

Ladies and gentlemen, I’m here to ask and answer one simple question:
Do you know how many services Amazon Web Services currently offers?

After the last re:Invent there’s probably around 200. But the exact exact number? No idea.

Why is it so? Because there isn’t a single source of truth we can consult. Sure there are sources of truths but can they all be trusted? And what do I mean by sources, plural?

Let’s consider the places were we can see the most up-to-date service listing. No, it is not your screenshot of that re:Invent video nor some other guy’s GitHub page with a “complete list ™”.

It is a living list. It evolves and changes. And gives us all headaches and nightmares in the process. The fact that AWS doesn’t retire services does little to ease the pain.

So how do we get the ultimate and final list of all the services in this life and death!?” I hear you yell in desperation. Fear not, for we will go through multiple ways of obtaining the same (but different) lists of AWS services.

 

1. The AWS Console

Considering potential places where such lists may live, we cannot go further than AWS official sources. That gives us the first candidate – The AWS Console.

Click on the ever-helpful Services button and be amazed by the all-inclusive servicy goodness. Fantastic, isn’t it? Now, what useful thing can you possibly do with this data?

You can paste it to Notepad.

I kid you not, that’s it. There, in front of you, is a complete list of 158 AWS services.

Available in the console…
Gods damn it.

The AWS Console gave us 158 services. Here’s the list:

 

2. The AWS Cloud Products website

Duh, not every AWS service is available in the console. Some of them are exposed as an API endpoint for you to enjoy. Like… like… that other service. That one which isn’t in the console but you can call its APIs.

At least we’ve learned that there is no AWS service starting with letters H, J, U, Y, nor Z. Whoosh, what a relief! It was a time well-spent, after all. Now, how’s that for a trivia, huh? Aren’t you glad that you’ve started reading this article?

If still unconvinced, just wait until you get showered with beer won by betting with your pub buddies. “Can you name the most AWS services starting with H, J, U, X, Y, or Z?!” Quickly yell “X-RAY!” in your manliest voice and pick the fruits of your hard labor. It doesn’t matter that you’re playing with a trucker and a plumber – a win is a win!

But, seriously, our first effort yielded sub-optimal results. It is not a complete disaster but still could have been better. Undishartened thusly, we arrive to our second idea – The AWS Cloud Products website!

This is great! This is… what exactly is this? It is a list, that is for sure.
A matrix of some kind. Not the Matrix, though. That would have been too easy.
*click* *click*
Yep. It appears to contain all the services. Although I can’t seem to find Mechanical Turk.
*click* *click*
Is MTurk even a service? Ah, a 14-year-old question. About to get a driver’s license, start drinking legally and leave our home, yet we may never know.

Regardless, how many of the services are we seeing here? 24 sections. Let’s say about 7 services per section, on average… That makes it 175. Not that much more than 158, but puts us closer to 200.

Let’s rip the HTML apart and grab the full list. We’ll need to write a script for it and my weapon of choice here is PowerShell. You’re all shocked, I’m sure. If there ever was a way for you to see it coming.

Parsing anything more than a basic HTML using PowerShell is not very user friendly, but we’ll manage. I won’t go the usual route of putting different pieces together and explaining how they work but will rather provide what I’ve put together and you can test it yourself if you so desire.

After an hour, Python lovers are likely laughing at me in Beautiful Soup, but I care not. If you make a stupid choice, like deciding to parse complex HTML with PowerShell, stick to it and state to everyone within earshot that it’s because you play Doom on Nightmare. You may even get to sign an autograph or two.

Either way, this turned out to be not a complete disaster. Both in terms of me manipulating unmanipulative HTML (Yes, that is a word. You’ve seen it here first, folks!) and in terms of total services returned. 198! Aaaaaargh! SO CLOSE!

Considering the name of this website the code should have probably been much cleaner and written better but, for once on this blog, writing the PowerShell code wasn’t the point of the exercise. And I was in a kind of hurry to get this under wraps.

Stop complaining, I even got you the fancy square-bracket format for output and CSV. A HTML-ready output to place between <table> tags. Just uncomment lines 42, 43, or 44. Am I nice or what? The code will probably break as soon as AWS decides to revamp the page and breaks all the HTML classes but let’s not get into that right now.

Here’s the PowerShell code to get the page and inspect it section-by-section:

Results of the AWS website crawl – 198 services. Here’s the list:

At least we don’t see 5 services in 15 characters this time. EC2, ECR, ECS, EFS, and EKS – Looking at you! Still, it is not over 9000 yet. Or even 200, for that matter. With the AWS growth rate, we’ll give it until 2030 for 9000 but for the moment we’ll focus on reaching these 200.

 

3. The AWS CLI

We need another thing. OK, probably too obvious at this point now, our next candidate is the AWS CLI. No, we’re not going to parse the HTML page this time. Even this once was enough. I’ve learned my lesson.

Then what do we do here?” I hear you being impatient again. Worry not, my young padawan poor person who had to read all this yet the end is nowhere in sight, for this will be a piece of cake.

It is as simple as this: aws help > services.txt

Now just open the file and OH MY GODS MY EYES!

Clean up the file. And remove the empty lines in between. And the leading asterisk. And the space. Voila! We now see 220 services! Yaaay! That’s some really good news!

The bad news is that are being lied to. The lie will first be noticed by the people fully intent to win that beer bet in their local pub. For a hint, look under the letter H.

Health, Help, History. Whaaaaat?

OK, quick aws health help tells us it’s a way to access the Health API of the AWS PHD – Personal Health Dashboard service. But having Help and History here is just cheating. I half-expected to find something under J, U, Y, or Z, as well. I wonder what else don’t I know. What are you doing AWS CLI? I feel like I don’t even know you anymore.

Taking 2 points away for obvious cheats brings us to 218. I don’t even know what’s true anymore and with all the services named like we’re trying to win an 8K demo coding championship, I’m not even going to try and check. CE? PI? SDB? OK, I know which ones they are but a 2-character service description isn’t going to cut it when you have over 200 services!

Or, do you have over 200 services? How far do CLI lies go? At this point, I feel like it will tell me anything just to win in this game. No, CLI, no. We are done. The trust is broken. I’ll see you next time in v2.0.

The AWS CLI claims to list 220 services. Let’s look at its lies:

 

4. The AWS Tools for PowerShell

So who can we trust? PowerShell, of course! I’d write a poem about it here but cannot make myself. Let’s just go with it. I’m numb to pain at this point.

Using PowerShell to get the list of AWS services will be an even bigger piece of cake! Or, is it smaller if it’s easier? Whatever, it is a positively-sized piece of cake. It’s dynamic like that. Dare I say – elastic? And this cake is not a lie.

Jump to the AWS Tools for PowerShell page to grab it if you don’t have it already. It’s been recently upgraded to v4.0 and modules are separately packed so your 25+ MB Lambdas are things of the past! Now they’re only 12 and start in 4 seconds instead of 6. It’s an improvement, shut up.

Let’s do this. Grab the PowerShell console and type Get-AWSService. Yes, it is that simple. A service name, its prefix, and a full name. All in one. Thank you, PowerShell.

If you prefer getting only the service names, (Get-AWSService).ServiceName is your buddy. Grab it, paste it into something which counts lines (Visual Studio Code, for example) and skip to the end.

Bah. 203. Hey, but at least we’re not being lied to. I’m tempted to rule the first place here based on fair play alone.

But I can’t. 203 (real services) is still less than 218 (lying ones). Or is it? I guess we’ll never know. Not unless someone goes through the AWS CLI listing and confirms the totals. Will you do it? Are you the hero we need? Please do let me know if you are. I’ll send you stickers or something.

Let’s confirm this. We have another cmdlet we can use, Get-AWSCmdletName. Among other things, it helps list cmdlets belonging to AWS services. We can use it to get all the service names out of it. ((Get-AWSCmdletName).ServiceName | Select-Object -Unique).Count Counting only unique ones we get to 203 again. PowerShell tells no lies.

The AWS PowerShell lists 203 real services. Let’s take a look:

 

5. The AWS IAM

The last source we can check is AWS IAM Console.

It’s a pretty straight-forward and easy way to check the list of services so I’ve made it our last option for today. I know you’re all thrilled by now and demand to read more content but I am dead after 3 hours of writing. Find another person to pick on, bully.

In the meantime, hop on to the IAM Console and go to Users. Choose any one and select Access Advisor tab.

Showing 210 results.
You are welcome.

Still, if you really do want more, take a look at the JSON in the CSS of the page source. It is huge. Seriously. But you can use my favorite Hungarian JSON viewer website to make sense of it. Paste (a valid JSON string!) and Format.

You’ll see some really nice things now. Full list of regions, service categories, labels, descriptions…

Here’s a sample for EC2:

You may also notice the "unlisted": true tag next to pretty much each and every service. If you do a search for "unlisted": false you’ll see a service information about Kendra. Do with this information what you will. May come in handy in the future.

 

6. Conclusion

So, where does this leave us? How many services does AWS actually have? Do we even know if it’s even over 200?

The last part we can be sure of – AWS definitely has more than 200 services at this point.

But how many exactly? I have no clue.

Does it even matter? If your needed service is there, and is supported by the console, CLI, PowerShell or any other SDK would you care? Probably not.

As a closure, I’ll leave you with the results of our today’s test:

The AWS Console 158
AWS Cloud Products website 198
The Lying AWS CLI 218
AWS Tools for PowerShell 203
AWS IAM Console 210

Did I miss any source of information or an easier/correct-er way to get it? Be a hero and let me know.

Thank you for being such a great sport and powering through this post. Hopefully, next time I’ll see you before the year is up. Will try my best, but no promises. This is the Way.

As a bonus, here’s a nice list of everything, ripped from the AWS Cloud Products page. It only makes sense to do so after spending so much time on the script. The list contains descriptions of services as well, but you’re stuck with that 198-list output from the AWS website.

Have an amazing week and may the Force be with you!

 

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