Category: AWS Certificate Manager
There is no easier way to run HTTPS-enabled static websites on AWS than by using Amazon CloudFront and Amazon S3. In this post, we’ll look at automating website deployment on AWS using AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) and TypeScript. We’ll use the architecture that combines CloudFront as the content delivery network, AWS Certificate Manager for secure certificate provisioning, Amazon S3 for reliable website hosting, and Amazon Route 53 as the domain name system.
Integrating Microsoft Active Directory with AWS Certificate Manager Private CA Using Secardeo certEP
Proper certificate management helps organizations secure their data, authenticate users, and identify devices on their networks. Using Secardeo’s certEP (Certificate Enrollment Proxy) enables customers running Active Directory on AWS (and on premises) to take advantage of the scalable and fully managed nature of AWS Certificate Manager Private Certificate Authority, without sacrificing security or requiring extensive experience managing keys and certificates with hardware security modules.
The adoption of service mesh has been accelerated by the emergence of microservices. Companies leverage orchestration tools for deploying services, and then use a service mesh to manage the connections between them. These solutions provide important capabilities, such as traffic management and load balancing. Learn how HashiCorp Consul and AWS Certificate Manager Private CA automate certificate management, perform signing operations, and rotate private certificates.