Add an AWS KMS Secrets Manager

Updated 2 months ago by Chakravarthy Tenneti

To store and use encrypted secrets (such as access keys) and files, you can add an AWS KMS Secrets Manager.

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Before You Begin

Step 1: Gather the Required Details

Either from the JSON for the Key Policy, or in the AWS IAM console, under Encryption keys, gather the following required details — Display Name, AWS Access Key ID, AWS Secret Key, and AWS Resource Name (ARN).

For more information, see Finding the Key ID and ARN from Amazon.

Step 2: Configure Secrets Manager

  1. Click Security, and then click Secrets Management.
  2. Click Configure Secrets Managers.
  3. Click Add Secrets Manager. The Configure Secrets Manager dialog appears.
  4. Select AWS KMS from the drop down list.
  5. Enter the information gathered in the previous step.

Step 3: Usage Scope

See Scope Secret Managers to Applications and Environments.

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