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Tag: Python

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

Note from May 10, 2019: We’ve updated a code sample for accuracy. Today, AWS Secrets Manager introduced a client-side caching library for Python that improves the availability and latency of accessing and distributing credentials to your applications. It can also help you reduce the cost associated with retrieving secrets. In this post, I’ll walk you […]

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New AWS Encryption SDK for Python Simplifies Multiple Master Key Encryption

September 8, 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. The AWS Cryptography team is happy to announce a Python implementation of the AWS Encryption SDK. […]

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How to Implement a General Solution for Federated API/CLI Access Using SAML 2.0

Important note from July 18, 2019: The original version of this blog uses Python2.x scripts. We now have Python3.x scripts that you can download here: Form-based authentication version of the Python3.x script AD FS 3.0-specific version of the Python3.x script Note from May 24, 2019: The features and services described in this post have changed since […]

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How to Implement Federated API and CLI Access Using SAML 2.0 and AD FS

Important note from July 18, 2019: The original version of this blog uses Python2.x scripts. We now have a Python3.x script that you can download here: Python3.x script Note from May 24, 2019: The features and services described in this post have changed since the post was published and the procedures described might be out […]

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