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To create a new Server Certificate, you will need to provide the following information.

  • Name - Enter a name for the Server Certificate. Use alphanumeric characters. Acceptable symbols include plus (+), equal (=), comma (,), period (.), at (@), and dash (-). Names must be unique across your AWS account.
  • Path - Specify a path that will be used for organizational purposes within Amazon's Identity and Access Management (IAM) service. The path must start and finish with a forward slash. (e.g. /company/department/)
  • Description - A brief description about the Server Certificate.
  • Certificate body - The contents of the public key certificate (CSR) in PEM-encoded format.
  • Certificate chain - (Optional) Contains a list of certificates for building a trust path to a trusted certificate authority. If your certificate does require a chain, leave this field blank.
  • Private key - The contents of the private key in PEM-encoded format.

Note: When you create a new Server Certificate, it will be assigned a globally unique identifier (GUID) and Amazon Resource Name (ARN). The ARN will be used to associate the server certificate with the Elastic Load Balancer (ELB).

Clouds > AWS Global > Server Certificates > New

Index

A Server Certificate is required in order to create an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) where client connections to the ELB use HTTPS. To create a server certificate you will need to upload a security certificate (CSR) and private key to AWS.

Below is a list of all Server Certificates that belong to the current AWS account.

Fields

  • ID - Unique identifier for the Server Certificate in Amazon's Identity and Access Management (IAM) service.
  • ARN - The Amazon Resource Name is a global AWS identifier that's used to associate the Server Certificate with the ELB.
  • Path - User-defined path that's used for organizational purposes within IAM. The ARN includes the defined Path in its string.
Clouds > AWS Global > Server Certificates > Index

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View detailed information about the Server Certificate.

Fields

  • Name - The name of the Server Certificate. Names must be unique across your AWS account.
  • Description - A brief description about Server Certificate.
  • ID - Unique identifier for the Server Certificate in Amazon's Identity and Access Management (IAM) service.
  • Path - User-defined path that's used for organizational purposes within IAM. (e.g. /company/department/)
  • ARN - The certificate's Amazon Resource Name (ARN). Syntax: arn:aws:iam::{AWSAcctNumber}:server-certificate/{path/to/server certificate/ServerCertName}
    • Example - arn:aws:iam::123412341234:server-certificate/division1/subdivisiona/Cert
  • Upload date - The time and date when the certificate was uploaded.
Clouds > AWS Global > Server Certificates > Show

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Fields

  • Name - Enter a name for the Server Certificate. Use alphanumeric characters. Acceptable symbols include plus (+), equal (=), comma (,), period (.), at (@), and dash (-). Names must be unique across your AWS account.
  • Path - Specify a path that will be used for organizational purposes within Amazon's Identity and Access Management (IAM) service. The path must start and finish with a forward slash. (e.g. /company/department/)
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