Centralized Authorization with IAM Authentication and RDS Proxy

AWS had couple of ways customers can achieve centralized authentication. However, to centrally manage authorizations in RDS PostgreSQL and Aurora PostgreSQL customer has to depend on 3rd party products. In this video blog we would show how to achieve the centralized authorization by integrating AWS IAM Authentication with RDS Proxy, AWS Secrets manager with RDS PostgreSQL. This will work for Aurora PostgreSQL as well.

By using Amazon RDS Proxy, you can allow your applications to pool and share database connections to improve their ability to scale. RDS Proxy makes applications more resilient to database failures by automatically connecting to a standby DB instance while preserving application connections. RDS Proxy also enables you to enforce AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication for databases, and securely store credentials in AWS Secrets Manager.

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