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Google Cloud Platform

Supported resources

  • Certificate Manager
  • Cloud Storage Buckets
  • Cloud Functions
  • Compute Engine VM Instances
  • IAM Roles
  • IAM Service Accounts
  • SQL Instances
  • BigQuery tables
  • SSL certificates
  • Redis instances
  • Gateways
  • KMS Keys
  • Disks

Local Komiser CLI (Single account)

Komiser now supports multiple cloud accounts by default. Account configuration is done through the config.toml file, just pass in your account credentials as shown below.

We've also added 2 methods of persisting your account data.


Add to config.toml file



file = "komiser.db"

Configuring Credentials

To enable Komiser collecting your GCP resources, you need to have a Service Account setup with at least the following permissions:

  • storage.buckets.list to list Buckets
  • compute.instances.list to list VM instances
  • monitoring.timeSeries.list to allow for cost estimation of your Buckets

Create and download the Service Account as JSON from the GCP console and store it on your machine. Add the following configuration to your config.toml:



The name can be anything you want. You can use different names in the case you want to connect more than one GCP account.

Find your organizationId by pressing on the gear icon next to your Organization name.

Run it!

  • That should be it. Try out the following from your command prompt to start the server:
komiser start 
  • Point your browser to http://localhost:3000

Local Komiser CLI (Multiple accounts)

Simply add more authentication blocks to the configuration file




Run with Docker

To expose the local Service Account file to the Docker container, run Komiser with following command:

  docker run \
-v /path/to/config.toml:/etc/config/config.toml \
-v /path/to/serviceAccount.json:/etc/config/serviceAccount.json \
-d -p 3000:3000 --name komiser tailwarden/komiser:latest \
komiser start --config /etc/config/config.toml

where /path/to/serviceAccount.json is the absolute path to the local file on your machine.

Your config.toml should then look like this: