Wednesday, 22 August 2018

AWS Key Management Service has now increased the API Request rate limit

AWS Key Management Service enables you to create and control the encryption keys that are used to encrypt the data and protects the security keys using hardware security modules. AWS KMS has now increased the API request per second limits for a core set of Key Management Service API operations including GenerateDatakey, Decrypt, Encrypt, ReEncyrpt, GenerateRandom, and GenerateDataKeyWithoutPlaintext. The request rate per second limit is been increased from 1200 request per second to 10000 requests per second in the EU-Ireland Regions, US East-Northern Virginia and US West-Oregon regions. Other than these regions the limits are increased to 5500 requests per second. With this update, the users can easily scale the Key Management Service Operations. 

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