AWS S3 Power Tool For The Cloud
In-place Text Editing
No need to download files locally to edit them. With Commandeer, you can edit the contents of a text file directly in the app and save it to S3.
Preview media files
Preview your gifs, videos, and audio files. Commandeer is a robust audio and video resource, allowing you to manage your files in a simpler and easier way.
Treeview File Navigation
File system style treeview access to your buckets, folders, and files. Just like it should be.
Upload and Download your Files
Drag and drop multiple files, organize your files into folders, download files onto your local machine. Managing your files on S3 just got a lot easier.
Manage File Permissions
No more surprises with some of your files being public on the Internet accidentally. Commandeer shows your file/folder/bucket permissions clearly. Leaning on the safe-side with making ALL new files private by default and allowing you to edit your permissions with a single-click.
View and Test Lambda Connections
View system diagrams showing your buckets connections to Lambda, CloudWatch Alarms, and CloudWatch Logs. Get insights into the infrastructure behind your data by seeing Lambda invocations triggered by S3 file uploads.
Works with LocalStack
No more running complicated terminal commands to see your local S3 files. Commandeer lets you start LocalStack and manage your S3 files. It just works out of the box.
Draw on images to help communicate your ideas in a visual way. The file can then be saved directly back to S3.
Visualize your S3 infrastructure and how your buckets interact with Alarms, Logs, and Lambdas in real time.
The Best AWS S3 Tool
Built by developers for developers, Commandeer is designed to provide the best experience working with AWS S3. We refined each piece of this experience to perfection. It has simple and efficient navigation and powerful file management tools for the modern Cloud.
Seamless LocalStack Integration
Want to manage your S3 files locally? Commandeer seamlessly integrates with LocalStack. Just switch the account to local, and use the same UI to access your local S3 files. It works the exact same way as for your cloud account.
See Your S3 Infrastructure
Visualize and test your bucket Lambda connections. See the connections between your buckets, CloudWatch Alarms, and CloudWatch Logs. Download and share system diagrams with your team.