A platform-agnostic way of accessing credentials in Python
Even though AWS enables fine-grained access control via IAM roles, sometimes in our scripts, we need to use credentials to external resources not related to AWS, such as API keys, database credentials, or passwords of any kind. There is a myriad of ways of handling such sensitive data. In this article, I’ll show you an incredibly simple and effective way to manage that using AWS and Python.
Depending on your execution platfor_m (Kubernetes, on-prem servers, distributed cloud clusters_) or version control hosting platform (Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, Gitea, SVN, …), you may use a different method to manage confidential access data. Here is a list of the most common ways to handle credentials that I’ve heard about so far:
All of the above solutions are perfectly feasible, but in this article, I want to demonstrate an alternative solution by leveraging AWS Secrets Manager. This method will be secure (encrypted using AWS KMS) and will work the same way regardless of whether you run your Python script locally, in AWS Lambda, or on a standalone server provided that your execution platform is authorized to access AWS Secrets Manager.
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