Posted On: May 10, 2023
Amazon MemoryDB for Redis now supports Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication access to its clusters. With this launch, you can associate IAM users and roles with MemoryDB users and manage their cluster access.
You can configure IAM authentication by creating an IAM-enabled MemoryDB user and then assigning this user to an appropriate MemoryDB user group via the Amazon Web Services Management Console, Amazon CLI, or the Amazon SDK. Using IAM policies, you can grant or revoke cluster access to different IAM identities. Redis applications can now use IAM credentials to authenticate to your MemoryDB clusters while connecting to them.