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Tag: Authentication

IAM role-based authentication to Amazon Aurora from serverless applications

Storing user names and passwords directly in applications is not a best practice. Saving credentials as plaintext should never occur in a secure application. As a solution, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies can assign permissions that determine who is allowed to manage Amazon Aurora resources. For example, you can use IAM to determine […]

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Secure your Amazon Elasticsearch Service domain with Active Directory authentication and authorization

In this blog post, we show how you can secure your Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) domain with authentication and authorization based on Microsoft Active Directory (AD). You do so by using an Nginx reverse proxy, running custom authorization code. Amazon ES doesn’t have any built-in support for integration with AD/LDAP for access control. This […]

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