Monday, 3 September 2018

You can now rotate credentials for all types of RDS databases types including Oracle in AWS Secrets Manager

You can now use the AWS Secrets Manager to rotate credentials for Maria Databases, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases hosted on the Amazon RDS automatically. By rotating credentials, you can best meet your security and compliance requirements in the AWS Cloud. AWS Secrets manager allows you to store passwords, credentials, API keys and much to access application such as IT resources, services, and applications. You can rotate, retrieve and manage the API keys, passwords, database credentials and other secrets with AWS Secrets manager. Now with the latest update, you can rotate credentials automatically for all the Amazon RDS Databases such as Amazon Aurora, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. 

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