Amazon OpenSearch Service ML connectors for AWS services - Amazon OpenSearch Service

Amazon OpenSearch Service ML connectors for AWS services

When you use Amazon OpenSearch Service machine learning (ML) connectors with another AWS service, you need to set up an IAM role to securely connect OpenSearch Service to that service. AWS services that you can set up a connector to include Amazon SageMaker and Amazon Bedrock. In this tutorial, we cover how to create a connector from OpenSearch Service to SageMaker Runtime. For more information about connectors, see Supported connectors.

Prerequisites

To create a connector, you must have an Amazon SageMaker Domain endpoint and an IAM role that grants OpenSearch Service access.

Set up an Amazon SageMaker Domain

See Deploy a Model in Amazon SageMaker in the Amazon SageMaker Developer Guide to deploy your machine learning model. Note the endpoint URL for your model, which you need in order to create an AI connector.

Create an IAM role

Set up an IAM role to delegate SageMaker Runtime permissions to OpenSearch Service. To create a new role, see Creating an IAM role (console) in the IAM User Guide. Optionally, you could use an existing role as long as it has the same set of privileges. If you do create a new role instead of using an AWS managed role, replace opensearch-sagemaker-role in this tutorial with the name of your own role.

  1. Attach the following managed IAM policy to your new role to allow OpenSearch Service to access to your SageMaker endpoint. To attach a policy to a role, see Adding IAM identity permissions.

    { "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [ { "Action": [ "sagemaker:InvokeEndpointAsync", "sagemaker:InvokeEndpoint" ], "Effect": "Allow", "Resource": "*" } ] }
  2. Follow the instructions in Modifying a role trust policy to edit the trust relationship of the role. You must specify OpenSearch Service in the Principal statement:

    { "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [ { "Action": [ "sts:AssumeRole" ], "Effect": "Allow", "Principal": { "Service": [ "opensearchservice.amazonaws.com" ] } } ] }

    We recommend that you use the aws:SourceAccount and aws:SourceArn condition keys to limit access to a specific domain. The SourceAccount is the AWS account ID that belongs to the owner of the domain, and the SourceArn is the ARN of the domain. For example, you can add the following condition block to the trust policy:

    "Condition": { "StringEquals": { "aws:SourceAccount": "account-id" }, "ArnLike": { "aws:SourceArn": "arn:aws:es:region:account-id:domain/domain-name" } }

Configure permissions

In order to create the connector, you need permission to pass the IAM role to OpenSearch Service. You also need access to the es:ESHttpPost action. To grant both of these permissions, attach the following policy to the IAM role whose credentials are being used to sign the request:

{ "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [ { "Effect": "Allow", "Action": "iam:PassRole", "Resource": "arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/opensearch-sagemaker-role" }, { "Effect": "Allow", "Action": "es:ESHttpPost", "Resource": "arn:aws:es:region:account-id:domain/domain-name/*" } ] }

If your user or role doesn't have iam:PassRole permissions to pass your role, you might encounter an authorization error when you try to register a repository in the next step.

Map the ML role in OpenSearch Dashboards (if using fine-grained access control)

Fine-grained access control introduces an additional step when setting up a connector. Even if you use HTTP basic authentication for all other purposes, you need to map the ml_full_access role to your IAM role that has iam:PassRole permissions to pass opensearch-sagemaker-role.

  1. Navigate to the OpenSearch Dashboards plugin for your OpenSearch Service domain. You can find the Dashboards endpoint on your domain dashboard on the OpenSearch Service console.

  2. From the main menu choose Security, Roles, and select the ml_full_access role.

  3. Choose Mapped users, Manage mapping.

  4. Under Backend roles, add the ARN of the role that has permissions to pass opensearch-sagemaker-role.

    arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/role-name
  5. Select Map and confirm the user or role shows up under Mapped users.

Create an OpenSearch Service connector

To create a connector, send a POST request to the OpenSearch Service domain endpoint. You can use curl, the sample Python client, Postman, or another method to send a signed request. Note that you can't use a POST request in the Kibana console. The request takes the following format:

POST domain-endpoint/_plugins/_ml/connectors/_create { "name": "sagemaker: embedding", "description": "Test connector for Sagemaker embedding model", "version": 1, "protocol": "aws_sigv4", "credential": { "roleArn": "arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/opensearch-sagemaker-role" }, "parameters": { "region": "region", "service_name": "sagemaker" }, "actions": [ { "action_type": "predict", "method": "POST", "headers": { "content-type": "application/json" }, "url": "https://runtime.sagemaker.region.amazonaws.com/endpoints/endpoint-id/invocations", "request_body": "{ \"inputs\": { \"question\": \"${parameters.question}\", \"context\": \"${parameters.context}\" } }" } ] }

If your domain resides within a virtual private cloud (VPC), your computer must be connected to the VPC for the request to successfully create the AI connector. Accessing a VPC varies by network configuration, but usually involves connecting to a VPN or corporate network. To check that you can reach your OpenSearch Service domain, navigate to https://your-vpc-domain.region.es.amazonaws.com in a web browser and verify that you receive the default JSON response.

Sample Python client

The Python client is simpler to automate than a HTTP request and has better reusability. To create the AI connector with the Python client, save the following sample code to a Python file. The client requires the AWS SDK for Python (Boto3), requests, and requests-aws4auth packages.

import boto3 import requests from requests_aws4auth import AWS4Auth host = 'domain-endpoint/' region = 'region' service = 'es' credentials = boto3.Session().get_credentials() awsauth = AWS4Auth(credentials.access_key, credentials.secret_key, region, service, session_token=credentials.token) # Register repository path = '_plugins/_ml/connectors/_create' url = host + path payload = { "name": "sagemaker: embedding", "description": "Test connector for Sagemaker embedding model", "version": 1, "protocol": "aws_sigv4", "credential": { "roleArn": "arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/opensearch-sagemaker-role" }, "parameters": { "region": "region", "service_name": "sagemaker" }, "actions": [ { "action_type": "predict", "method": "POST", "headers": { "content-type": "application/json" }, "url": "https://runtime.sagemaker.region.amazonaws.com/endpoints/endpoint-id/invocations", "request_body": "{ \"inputs\": { \"question\": \"${parameters.question}\", \"context\": \"${parameters.context}\" } }" } ] } headers = {"Content-Type": "application/json"} r = requests.post(url, auth=awsauth, json=payload, headers=headers) print(r.status_code) print(r.text)