AWS Security Blog

Category: AWS Secrets Manager

How to automate replication of secrets in AWS Secrets Manager across AWS Regions

August 2, 2019: We updated the policy based on customer feedback. May 28, 2019: To correct a small bug, we’ve updated line 41 of the Python script provided below. Assume that you make snapshot copies or read-replicas of your RDS databases in a secondary or backup AWS Region as a best practice. By using AWS […]

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Use AWS Secrets Manager client-side caching libraries to improve the availability and latency of using your secrets

At AWS, we offer features that make it easier for you to follow the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) best practice of using short-term credentials. For example, you can use an IAM role that rotates and distributes short-term AWS credentials to your applications automatically. Similarly, you can configure AWS Secrets Manager to rotate a […]

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How to connect to AWS Secrets Manager service within a Virtual Private Cloud

You can now use AWS Secrets Manager with Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) endpoints powered by AWS Privatelink and keep traffic between your VPC and Secrets Manager within the AWS network. AWS Secrets Manager is a secrets management service that helps you protect access to your applications, services, and IT resources. This service enables […]

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Rotate Amazon RDS database credentials automatically with AWS Secrets Manager

Recently, we launched AWS Secrets Manager, a service that makes it easier to rotate, manage, and retrieve database credentials, API keys, and other secrets throughout their lifecycle. You can configure Secrets Manager to rotate secrets automatically, which can help you meet your security and compliance needs. Secrets Manager offers built-in integrations for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and […]

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