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AWS Infinidash Rust Client

AWS Infinidash - Fully featured Rust client

Fully featured AWS Infinidash client for Rust applications. You can use the AWS Infinidash client to make AWS API calls, and to get your application to scale on the AWS infrastructure automagically. AWS Infinidash leverages the blockchain to provide the ultimate security and scalability. The decentrality of the blockchain ensures that no single point of failure can be used to access the application. Using the Infinidash client, you can scale your application to any available AWS region, and you can scale your application to any available AWS account. Using assimetric cryptography, the Infinidash client can be used to encrypt data between any two AWS regions with no need for any shared secret.

The client was fully developed with assistence of GitHub Copilot and is currently in beta. Production usage is recommended for now, but the client is still in development. If you find any bugs, please report them on the issue tracker.

Usage

AWS Infinidash client expects a JSON configuration file to be present in the working directory. The configuration file should be named aws-infinidash.json and it should be in the same directory as the executable.


use infinidash::{Infinidash, InfinidashClient};
use web3::{
    contract::{Contract, Options},
    types::U256,
};

#[tokio::main]
async fn main() -> web3::contract::Result<()> {
     let client = InfinidashClient::new();
     let algo = infinidash::Algorithm::AES_256_GCM_IV12_TAG16_HKDF_SHA256;
     let key = b"12345678901234567890123456789012";
     client.encrypt("Hello World".to_owned(), algo, key).unwrap();

     client.publish().expect("Failed to publish");
     let application: infinidash::Application = client.application().expect("Failed to get application");
     let app_id = application.get_application_id().unwrap();
     application.scale_to(1_345).expect("Failed to scale application");

     let actor_infra = application.get_actor_mode().expect("Failed to get actor mode");
     let available_actors = actor_infra.acquire::<Vec<aws_infinidash::Actor>>().unwrap();
     for actor in &available_actors {
         println!("{}", actor.get_id().unwrap());
     }

     let contract = Contract::deploy(web3.eth(), include_bytes!("../src/infinidash_app_desc.json"))?
        .confirmations(0)
        .options(Options::with(|opt| {
            opt.value = Some(5.into());
            opt.gas_price = Some(5.into());
            opt.gas = Some(3_000_000.into());
        }))
        .execute(
            bytecode,
            (U256::from(1_000_000_u64), "My Token".to_owned(), 3u64, "MT".to_owned()),
            my_account,
        )
        .await?;

    let contract_address = contract.address();
    println!("Contract address: {}", contract_address);

    Ok(());
}

Make sure to check out the example configuration file.

Credentials are read from environment variables.

Contributing

Open a pull request with your changes. Make sure to add tests for your changes. Only PRs with passing tests are accepted.

Dependencies

~7–14MB
~154K SLoC