Welcome to the AWS SDK for Go. The AWS SDK for Go V2 provides APIs and utilities that developers can use to build Go applications that use AWS services, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
The SDK removes the complexity of coding directly against a web service interface. It hides a lot of the lower-level plumbing, such as authentication, request retries, and error handling.
The SDK also includes helpful utilities. For example, the Amazon S3 download and upload manager can automatically break up large objects into multiple parts and transfer them in parallel.
Use the AWS SDK for Go Developer Guide to help you install, configure, and use the SDK. The guide provides configuration information, sample code, and an introduction to the SDK utilities.
Maintenance and support for SDK major versions
For information about maintenance and support for SDK major versions and their underlying dependencies, see the following in the AWS SDKs and Tools Shared Configuration and Credentials Reference Guide:
Migrating to the AWS SDK for Go V2
How to migrate to the AWS SDK for Go V2 from AWS SDK for Go V1.
Using the AWS SDK for Go V2 with AWS Services
Construct service clients and make operation calls to send requests to AWS services.
Handling Errors in the AWS SDK for Go V2
Use the Error interface to handle errors from the AWS SDK for Go V2 or AWS service.
Using the AWS SDK for Go V2 Utilities
Use the AWS SDK for Go V2 utilities to help use AWS services.
Customizing the AWS SDK for Go V2 Client Requests
How to use stack step middleware to customize AWS SDK for Go V2 client requests.
Unit Testing with the AWS SDK for Go V2
How to mock the AWS SDK for Go V2 when unit testing your application.