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AuraeScript is a turing complete language for platform teams built on Rhai and is similar to TypeScript and Rust.

let connect = true;

if connect {
    let aurae = connect();;

AuraeScript is a lightweight client that wraps the Aurae Standard Library.

AuraeScript is a quick way to access the core Aurae APIs and follows normal UNIX parlance. AuraeScript should feel simple and intuitive for any Go, C, Python, or Rust programmer.

#!/usr/bin/env auraescript

let client = connect(); // Connect and authenticate with mTLS stored in a ~/.aurae/config;   // Print the connection details as JSON

let observe = client.observe() // Initialize the observe subsystem
observe.status().json();      // Print the status of an Aurae system to JSON

Build From Source

⚠️ Early Active Development ⚠️

We suggest building the project from the higher order environment repository.

git clone
cd environment
make submodules pki config all

Alternatively it is possible to build aurascript by itself. Check out this repository and use the Makefile.


...or manually using Cargo.

cargo build 
cargo install --path .


AuraeScript follows a similar client paradigm to Kubernetes kubectl command. However, unlike Kubernetes this is not a command line tool like kubectl. AuraeScript is a fully supported programing language complete with a systems standard library. The Aurae runtime projects supports many clients, and the easiest client to get started building with is AuraeScript.

Download the static binary directly to your system, and you can begin writing AuraeScript programs directly against a running Aurae server.