Recently one of the AWS accounts that I manage showed a spike in the bill. On detailed analysis, I found so many active SageMaker instances in the account.
I thought of exporting the details as a csv file and sharing it with the team to understand the usage and delete the unwanted instances. I have developed the following program to generate a csv file with the basic details of all the SageMaker instances present in the AWS account.
The program is very simple. I have used python boto3 to get the complete details of AWS SageMaker instances.
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|client = boto3.client('sagemaker', region_name='us-east-1')|
|response = client.list_notebook_instances(MaxResults=100)|
|notebooks = response['NotebookInstances']|
|print("Total Number of Notebook Instances —–>", len(notebooks))|
|notebook_list = |
|for notebook in notebooks:|
|notebook_dict = dict()|
|notebook_dict['NotebookInstanceName'] = notebook['NotebookInstanceName']|
|notebook_dict['NotebookInstanceArn'] = notebook['NotebookInstanceArn']|
|notebook_dict['NotebookInstanceStatus'] = notebook['NotebookInstanceStatus']|
|notebook_dict['InstanceType'] = notebook['InstanceType']|
|with open('notebook_instances.csv', 'w', encoding='utf8', newline='') as output_file:|
|fc = csv.DictWriter(output_file,|