Creating data grants on AWS Data Exchange - AWS Data Exchange User Guide

Creating data grants on AWS Data Exchange

At a high level, this is how to create a data grant on AWS Data Exchange:

  1. Create an AWS account – You must sign up for AWS and create a user before you can create data grants. For more information, see Setting up AWS Data Exchange.

  2. Create a data set, a revision, and import assets – You can create data sets through the AWS Data Exchange console or API. Then, you can create revisions in the data set, and add assets to that revision.

  3. Create a data grant – To create a data grant, you must provide a data grant name and description, select the data set you wish to include in the data grant, specify the AWS account ID of the recipient you with to share the data grant with, and optionally set an end date on which the data grant should expire. For more information, see Creating a new data grant.

  4. Publish a new revision – You can update dynamic data sets over time by creating a new revision using the AWS Data Exchange API or console. These revisions can then be published to active data grants.

Programmatic access

AWS Data Exchange also offers programmatic access to its resources using the following API:

  • AWS Data Exchange API – Use these API operations to create, view, update, and delete data sets and revisions. You can also use these API operations to import and export assets to and from those revisions. For more information, see the AWS Data Exchange API Reference.

Note

Before creating a data grant on AWS Data Exchange, review the information on Setting up AWS Data Exchange.