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Key TLS terms
TLS – Transport Layer Security. Protocol that enables secure network communications using encryption. Also Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
ACM – Amazon Certificate Manager. Service for requesting, creating, managing, uploading, deploying, and renewing your private and public TLS certificates.
ARN – Amazon Resource Name. Unique identifier for Amazon resources, such as IAM policies, TLS certificates, and API calls.
S3 – Amazon Simple Storage Service. Storage service for storing, organizing, and protecting data.
HCM – Hybrid Cloud Management. On-premise data center that enables private cloud functionality to work in tandem with the hardware resources of multiple public cloud.
AWS CloudHSM – Hardware Security Module (HSM). Cloud-based HSM that enables you to generate, use, and manage your own encryption keys.
AWS IAM – AWS Identity and Access Manager. Enables you to control access of AWS users and groups to AWS services and resources.
AWS KMS – AWS Key Management Service. Enables you to create and control cryptographic keys that you use in your applications and AWS services.
AWS Secrets Manager – Enables you to manage and retrieve secrets, keys, and other credentials used to protect your IT resources, including applications and services.
Azure Key Vault – Cryptographic service for the Azure platform that enables you to manage and retrieve secure resources, including passwords, certificates, and keys.