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How to retrieve credentials stored in AWS Secrets Manager from AWS Lambda running in VPC

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AWS Secrets Manager is a secrets management service that enables you to store credentials and retrieve it dynamically when you need them. It helps protect access to your applications and services. With AWS Secret Manager you can -

  • Programmatically retrieve encrypted secret values at runtime

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Anand Prakash

Anand Prakash

Avid learner of technology solutions around Databases, Big-Data, Machine Learning. 5x AWS Certified | 5x Oracle Certified. Connect with me on LinkedIn.

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