Troubleshooting Common Issues in AWS – AWS CDK
With the CDK, you can define your cloud resources using a high-level, object-oriented interface, which makes it easier to develop, test, and maintain cloud infrastructure. The CDK also includes a number of pre-built libraries and constructs for common cloud resources, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) buckets, and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) databases, which can save you time and reduce the complexity of your code.
Overall, the AWS CDK is a powerful tool for developers who want to use code to define and manage their cloud infrastructure on AWS. It provides a high-level interface for working with AWS services and makes it easy to automate the provisioning and management of cloud resources.
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The most common issues for AWS – AWS CDK are:
(aws-secretsmanager): grant read fails when secret is fetched using fromSecretNamev2
This error can occur if you are using the
fromSecretNamev2 method to fetch the secret and you have not properly configured the IAM permissions for the secret. The
fromSecretNamev2 method fetches the latest version of the secret, and in order to grant read permissions for the secret, you will need to make sure that the IAM user or role that you are using has the
secretsmanager:GetSecretValue permission for the secret.
Here are the steps you can follow to grant read permissions for a secret in AWS Secrets Manager:
- Open the IAM console and navigate to the Users or Roles page.
- Select the user or role that you want to grant permissions to.
- Click the “Add permissions” button.
- Select “Attach existing policies directly” and search for the
- Select the checkbox next to the policy and click the “Next: Review” button.
- Review the permissions that you are granting and click the “Add permissions” button to apply the changes.
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