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Need python script to get last 6 month's monthly billing of Amazon-AWS?

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I would like to create AWS monthly billing graph using python and python flask.so for this i need python script using that i have to get last 6 month's monthly bill in AWS.

For this, I have created one virtual environment in my local machine. for example my ip is: 127.0.0.0:5000. Here after pull that script, it's automatically connected to AWS and display's last 6 month's data. its my requirement.

posted Aug 8, 2017 by anonymous

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I don't think anyone is going to help with readymade script of this nature.

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