This video provides a demo of how to use KMS.
- [Instructor] We're going to start our demo…in the IAM Console.…Here on the left we'll go to the bottom…and click on Encryption keys.…Not the most intuitive location,…but this is how we get to the service.…The first thing that you'll notice…is that there's a region reference here.…This is because of a significant difference…between IAM and KMS.…IAM is a global service, but KMS is region specific.…So be sure to create your encryption keys…in the region that you intend to use them.…
I'll chose Oregon, US West two.…We're going to click on Create key.…We'll give it a name and description,…our-demo-key-2,…this is for our demo.…Advanced Options only comes into play…if you want to import an external key…to be used in AWS.…We'll just leave it as is and click next.…
We don't need tags at this time.…But if this key was for development or production…it would be a good practice to tag it…with an environment tag.…For now let's just click next.…Here we can choose which IAM user and roles…can be administrator for this key.…An administrator is typically not the person…
- Identity and Access Management security
- S3 security policies, encryption, and version control
- KMS encryption
- User authentication with Cognito
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Identity and Access Management (IAM)
2. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
3. Key Management Service (KMS) Encryption
4. User Identities with Cognito and Web
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