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rds-signer

Fetches RDS credentials to be used when connecting to RDS with IAM roles.

Install

To install this middleware you can use NPM:

npm install --save @middy/rds-signer

Options

  • AwsClient (object) (default AWS.RDS.Signer): AWS.RDS.Signer class constructor (e.g. that has been instrumented with AWS XRay). Must be from aws-sdk v2.
  • awsClientOptions (object) (optional): Options to pass to AWS.RDS.Signer class constructor.
  • fetchData (object) (required): Mapping of internal key name to API request parameters.
  • disablePrefetch (boolean) (default false): On cold start requests will trigger early if they can. Setting awsClientAssumeRole disables prefetch.
  • cacheKey (string) (default rds-signer): Cache key for the fetched data responses. Must be unique across all middleware.
  • cacheExpiry (number) (default -1): How long fetch data responses should be cached for. -1: cache forever, 0: never cache, n: cache for n ms.
  • setToContext (boolean) (default false): Store role tokens to request.context.

NOTES:

  • Lambda is required to have IAM permission for rds-db:connect with a resource like arn:aws:rds-db:#{AWS::Region}:#{AWS::AccountId}:dbuser:${database_resource}/${iam_role}

Sample usage

import middy from '@middy/core'
import rdsSigner from '@middy/rds-signer'

const handler = middy((event, context) => {
const response = {
statusCode: 200,
headers: {},
body: JSON.stringify({ message: 'hello world' })
};

return response
})

handler
.use(rdsSigner({
fetchData: {
rdsToken: {
region: 'ca-central-1',
hostname: '***.rds.amazonaws.com',
username: 'iam_role',
database: 'postgres',
port: 5432
}
}
}))

Bundling

To exclude aws-sdk add aws-sdk/clients/rds.js to the exclude list.