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Operating from the shishoctl CLI


The English user guide is currently in beta preview. Most of the documents have been automatically translated from the Japanese version. Should you find any inaccuracies, please reach out to Flatt Security.

The shishoctl CLI is a tool for operating Shisho Cloud. With this tool, you can deploy and manage policies on Shisho Cloud, creating an experience comparable to using the docker or kubectl commands.


You can install shishoctl as follows:

Please run the following to install shishoctl to /usr/local/bin:

sudo curl -L $SHISHOCTL_URL -o /usr/local/bin/shishoctl
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/shishoctl

Sign in

By running the following command in an environment where the shishoctl command can be executed, you can sign in to Shisho Cloud from shishoctl:

shishoctl auth signin

The authentication information obtained from Shisho Cloud by the shishoctl auth signin command becomes invalid after a certain period. If an error regarding authentication status occurs, please rerun the shishoctl auth signin command.

Example: Fetching a List of Workflows

Once successfully signed in via the shishoctl CLI, you can perform a range of operations on Shisho Cloud using shishoctl. For example, the following command retrieves a list of workflows registered to the organisation ID org-a:

shishoctl workflow list -o org-a

The organization ID refers to the ID registered when creating an organization. If the organization ID is unclear, please follow the steps below to check it:

  1. Open the Shisho Cloud dashboard in a web browser.
  2. Check the organization ID (the [oid] part) included in the URL displayed on the web browser, as shown below:[oid]/dashboard

Checking How to Use Other Commands

For additional information about the shishoctl command, look through the other pages of this website or use the following command:

shishoctl --help