The S3 Endpoint has the following attributes:
Specify how to connect this Endpoint to other entities.
Part of the AWS credentials. Used in conjunction with the Secret Access Key to access an S3 bucket.
|Secret Access Key||Part of the AWS credentials. Used in conjunction with the Access Key to access an S3 bucket.|
|Region||The region to use for this S3 connection. Defaults to DEFAULT_REGION.|
|Bucket||The S3 bucket to use for this Endpoint.|
|Protocol||The protocol (i.e. HTTP or HTTPS).|
|Enable Path Style Access||
Force path-style access to the bucket. It is recommended to use the default setting instead of enabling this option. This setting should be configured only for non-standard S3 connections.
Note: This field is always displayed when you specify Connect-Direct. It is displayed when you specify Connect-via Access Point only for Access Points with CIC Agent version 1.2.13 or later.
Cross-account access allows you to share resources in one AWS account with users in another account without having to create additional users in the first account.
In AWS, cross-account access requires an IAM role with permissions for anything you want the role to be able to perform and a trust relationship that specifies which entities are allowed to assume the IAM role.
In CIC, the user who wants access to the S3 endpoint uses their own credentials for the S3 account, and then fills out the cross-account fields. See the sub-table below.
See your AWS documentation for more detailed information about cross-account access.
In the Cross-Account Access field, choose from the following:
|Advanced - Security||
|Advanced - Connection||
|Advanced - Cache||
|Advanced - Logging||