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Tag: Client-side cache

How to use AWS Secrets Manager client-side caching in .NET

December 5, 2019: We removed some information about ASP .NET projects that is no longer relevant. November 14, 2019: We updated the cache library code sample. AWS Secrets Manager now has a client-side caching library for.NET that makes it easier to access secrets from .NET applications. This is in addition to client-side caching libraries for […]

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Improve availability and latency of applications by using AWS Secret Manager’s Python client-side caching library

November 1, 2021: AWS KMS is replacing the term customer master key (CMK) with AWS KMS key and KMS key. The concept has not changed. To prevent breaking changes, AWS KMS is keeping some variations of this term. More info. Note from May 10, 2019: We’ve updated a code sample for accuracy. Today, AWS Secrets […]

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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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