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Tag: .NET

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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How to Set Up Federated API Access to AWS by Using Windows PowerShell

When accessing AWS resources in an organization, we recommend that you have a standard and repeatable authentication method for purposes of security, auditability, compliance, and the capability to support role and account separation. As part of my AWS Professional Services engagements, I have helped AWS customers establish such an authentication mechanism via federated access to […]

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