Registering Amazon S3 cloud account
You must have valid Amazon S3 credentials to register the cloud account with DLM.
- In the DLM UI navigation pane, click Cloud Credentials > Add
Enter the details in the Add Cloud Credential window:
- Cloud Storage Type - Select the replication cloud account from the drop-down.
- Name - Provide a unique cloud credential name.
- Authentication Type - Select the authentication type as
Access Secret Key from the drop-down. NoteIf you select IAM Role, click Save to proceed.
- Access Key - Enter the valid access key.
- Secret Key - Enter the valid secret key.
Optionally, you can add custom configuration details which gets registered as part of the Amazon S3 cloud account.
- Click ADD.
- Enter the Configuration Name and Configuration Value respectively.
Use the checked configuration option to secure your configured data in a keystore.
For Amazon S3, use the following information to add the supported custom cloud credential properties:
fs.s3a.proxy.host=<Hostname of the (optional) proxy server for S3 connections.> fs.s3a.proxy.port=<Proxy server port. If this property is not set but fs.s3a.proxy.host is, port 80 or 443 is assumed (consistent with the value of fs.s3a.connection.ssl.enabled).> fs.s3a.proxy.username=<Username for authenticating with proxy server.> fs.s3a.proxy.password=<Password for authenticating with proxy server.> fs.s3a.proxy.domain=<Domain for authenticating with proxy server.> fs.s3a.proxy.workstation=<Workstation for authenticating with proxy server.> fs.s3a.attempts.maximum=<How many times we should retry commands on transient errors.> fs.s3a.connection.establish.timeout=<Socket connection setup timeout in milliseconds.> fs.s3a.connection.timeout=<Socket connection timeout in milliseconds.>
NoteUsing the validation feature is recommended to ensure that the Amazon S3 bucket keys are valid. If the keys are not valid, the DLM policy cannot execute a copy of data to the target Amazon S3 bucket.
Verify that your credentials are listed on the Cloud Credentials page.