Category: AWS Secrets Manager
Welcome to the 21st edition of the AWS Serverless ICYMI (in case you missed it) quarterly recap. Every quarter, we share all the most recent product launches, feature enhancements, blog posts, webinars, live streams, and other interesting things that you might have missed! In case you missed our last ICYMI, check out what happened last […]
AWS Lambda functions often need to access secrets, such as certificates, API keys, or database passwords. Storing secrets outside the function code in an external secrets manager helps to avoid exposing secrets in application source code. Using a secrets manager also allows you to audit and control access, and can help with secret rotation. Do […]
This post is written by Uma Ramadoss, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, Integration. Today, AWS Lambda is introducing mutual TLS (mTLS) authentication for Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka (Amazon MSK) and self-managed Kafka as an event source. Many customers use Amazon MSK for streaming data from multiple producers. Multiple subscribers can then consume the streaming […]
This solution provides a way to convert information from Secrets Manager into Lambda environment variables. By following this approach, you can centralize the management of information through Secrets Manager, instead of at the function level.
Building well-architected serverless applications: Implementing application workload security – part 2
This series of blog posts uses the AWS Well-Architected Tool with the Serverless Lens to help customers build and operate applications using best practices. In each post, I address the serverless-specific questions identified by the Serverless Lens along with the recommended best practices. See the introduction post for a table of contents and explanation of the example application. Security question SEC3: […]
Using resources such as NAT Gateways and VPC endpoints with PrivateLink, you can ensure that your data remains secure while also granting access to resources such as Lambda to help you create a Kafka consumer application. This post provides some tips to help you set up a Lambda function using Kafka as a trigger. It also explains various options available to send data securely.
Creating a cross-region Active Directory domain with AWS Launch Wizard for Microsoft Active Directory
AWS Launch Wizard is a console-based service to quickly and easily size, configure, and deploy third party applications, such as Microsoft SQL Server Always On and HANA based SAP systems, on AWS without the need to identify and provision individual AWS resources. AWS Launch Wizard offers an easy way to deploy enterprise applications and optimize […]
Update – June 30, 2020: Amazon RDS Proxy support for MySQL and PostgreSQL is now generally available. The complete blog series and supporting GitHub repository is now available: Part 1: Introducing the new Serverless LAMP stack Part 2: Scaling relational databases Part 3: Replacing the web server Part 4: Building a serverless Laravel application Part 5: […]