AWS Security Blog

Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

How to use new Amazon GuardDuty EKS Protection findings

If you run container workloads that use Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Amazon GuardDuty now has added support that will help you better protect these workloads from potential threats. Amazon GuardDuty EKS Protection can help detect threats related to user and application activity that is captured in Kubernetes audit logs. Newly-added Kubernetes threat detections […]

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Access token security for microservice APIs on Amazon EKS

In this blog post, I demonstrate how to implement service-to-service authorization using OAuth 2.0 access tokens for microservice APIs hosted on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). A common use case for OAuth 2.0 access tokens is to facilitate user authorization to a public facing application. Access tokens can also be used to identify and […]

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TLS-enabled Kubernetes clusters with ACM Private CA and Amazon EKS

October 21, 2021: We updated this post to a new version of the helm chart awspca/aws-privateca-issuer. The old version of the chart awspca/aws-pca-issuer will no longer receive updates. In this blog post, we show you how to set up end-to-end encryption on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) with AWS Certificate Manager Private Certificate Authority. […]

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How to use AWS Secrets & Configuration Provider with your Kubernetes Secrets Store CSI driver

April 29, 2021: We’ve updated the order of the commands in Step 1. April 23, 2021: We’ve updated the commands in Steps 1 and 5 and in the “Additional Features” section. AWS Secrets Manager now enables you to securely retrieve secrets from AWS Secrets Manager for use in your Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) […]

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How to rotate a WordPress MySQL database secret using AWS Secrets Manager in Amazon EKS

AWS Secrets Manager recently announced a feature update to rotate credentials for all Amazon RDS database types. This allows you to automatically rotate credentials for all types of databases hosted on Amazon RDS. In this post, I show you how to rotate database secrets for a non-RDS database using AWS Secrets Manager. I use a […]

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