Contains information about your private certificate authority (CA). Your private CA can issue and revoke X.509 digital certificates. Digital certificates verify that the entity named in the certificate Subject field owns or controls the public key contained in the Subject Public Key Info field. Call the CreateCertificateAuthority action to create your private CA. You must then call the GetCertificateAuthorityCertificate action to retrieve a private CA certificate signing request (CSR). Sign the CSR with your ACM Private CA-hosted or on-premises root or subordinate CA certificate. Call the ImportCertificateAuthorityCertificate action to import the signed certificate into Certificate Manager (ACM).
Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for your private certificate authority (CA). The format is
Your private CA configuration.
Date and time at which your private CA was created.
Reason the request to create your private CA failed.
Defines a cryptographic key management compliance standard used for handling CA keys.
Note: Amazon Web Services Region ap-northeast-3 supports only FIPS_140_2_LEVEL_2_OR_HIGHER. You must
explicitly specify this parameter and value when creating a CA in that Region.
Specifying a different value (or no value) results in an
InvalidArgsException with the message "A certificate authority cannot
be created in this region with the specified security standard."
Date and time at which your private CA was last updated.
Date and time after which your private CA certificate is not valid.
Date and time before which your private CA certificate is not valid.
The Amazon Web Services account ID that owns the certificate authority.
The period during which a deleted CA can be restored. For more information, see the
PermanentDeletionTimeInDays parameter of the DeleteCertificateAuthorityRequest action.
Information about the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) configuration or certificate revocation list (CRL) created and maintained by your private CA.
Serial number of your private CA.
Status of your private CA.
Type of your private CA.
Specifies whether the CA issues general-purpose certificates that typically require a revocation mechanism, or short-lived certificates that may optionally omit revocation because they expire quickly. Short-lived certificate validity is limited to seven days.
The default value is GENERAL_PURPOSE.