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    aws-helpers-hlf-node-secretsmanagerkvs

    1.0.2 • Public • Published

    Secrets Manager KVS

    A simple Key-Value store interface library for Amazon Secrets Manager service. It can be used stand-alone for simple use cases when all you need is to just put a value or get a value to/from Secrets Manager. It is also compatible with Hyperledger Fabric Node SDK, so that you can put blockchain user's private keys configuration to the Secrets Manager and securely share it across all instances of your blockchain client application.

    Pre-requisites

    1. Make sure you are using NodeJS version 10 and above.
    2. Configure your AWS NodeJS SDK
    3. Please make sure you set environment variable AWS_REGION to the region you are planning to you use, like this: export AWS_REGION=us-east-1

    Usage

    const SecretsManagerKVS = require("secretsmanagerkvs");
     
    (async () => {
        const key = "key-priv"
        const value = "privateKey"
        try {
            // Pre-configuring all application-specific secrets paths to start with "/myAppConfigPrefix" and cache TTL of 5 minutes
            const kvs = new SecretsManagerKVS({
                prefix: "/myappSecretsPrefix",
                cacheTtl: 5 * 60 * 1000
            })
            // Put value to Systems Manager under key "/myappSecretsPrefix/key-priv" and value "privateKey"
            const response = await kvs.setValue(key, value);
     
            if (response) {
                console.log(`Response from setValue: ${JSON.stringify(response)}`);
            } else {
                console.log(`Could not set value for key ${key} not found.`);
            }
     
            // Get value for key "/myappSecretsPrefix/config"
            const secretValue = await kvs.getValue(key, value);
     
            if (value) {
                console.log(`Value from config: ${secretValue}`);
            } else {
                console.log(`Value for key ${key} not found.`);
            }
        } catch (err) {
            console.error(`Error: ${err}`);
        }
    })()

    Notes

    • setValue() function will ignore keys tailing with -pub to avoid storing public keys in Secrets Manager
    • getValue() will cache the values retrieved from Secrets Manager, so it is safe to call it multiple times in case we need to re-use the same secrets throughout an application

    Install

    npm i aws-helpers-hlf-node-secretsmanagerkvs

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    Version

    1.0.2

    License

    Apache-2.0

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