AWS Management Tools Blog

Tag: Configuration Secrets

Use parameter labels for easy configuration update across environments

By Sahithya Jagadish, Software Development Engineer at Amazon Web Services Parameter Store, part of AWS Systems Manager, provides a centralized, encrypted store to manage your configuration data, whether it’s plaintext data (public URLs) or secrets (such as passwords or API keys). Parameter Store is available through the AWS CLI, APIs, and SDKs. You can easily reference […]

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Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Parameter Store adds support for Parameter versions

By Lou de la Torre, AWS Partner Solutions Architect and Venkat Krishnamachari, Principal Product Manager, Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Today we are excited to announce versioning support for Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Parameter Store. With Parameter Store versioning support, each iteration of a parameter is assigned a unique version number at creation time. These individual […]

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The Right Way to Store Secrets using Parameter Store

This guest post was written by Evan Johnson, who works in the Security team at Segment. The way companies manage application secrets is critical. Even today, the most high profile security companies can suffer breaches from improper secrets management practices. Having internet facing credentials is like leaving your house key under a doormat that millions […]

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Use Parameter Store to Securely Access Secrets and Config Data in AWS CodeDeploy

Customers use AWS CodeDeploy to automate application deployment because it provides a uniform method for: Updating applications across development, staging, and production environments. Handling the complexity of updating applications and avoiding service downtime. However, deploying and configuring applications often requires access to secrets and configuration data, such as API keys or database passwords, in source […]

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