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Configuring AWS X-Ray Encryption Settings

AWS X-Ray provides APIs for configuring encryption settings. Use PutEncryptionConfig to specify a customer master key (CMK) to use for encryption.

$ aws xray put-encryption-config --type KMS --key-id alias/aws/xray { "EncryptionConfig": { "KeyId": "arn:aws:kms:us-east-2:123456789012:key/c234g4e8-39e9-4gb0-84e2-b0ea215cbba5", "Status": "UPDATING", "Type": "KMS" } }

For the key ID, you can use an alias (as shown in the example), a key ID, or an ARN.

Use GetEncryptionConfig to get the current configuration. When X-Ray finishes applying your settings, the status changes from UPDATING to ACTIVE.

$ aws xray get-encryption-config { "EncryptionConfig": { "KeyId": "arn:aws:kms:us-east-2:123456789012:key/c234g4e8-39e9-4gb0-84e2-b0ea215cbba5", "Status": "ACTIVE", "Type": "KMS" } }

To stop using a CMK and use default encryption, set the encryption type to NONE.

$ aws xray put-encryption-config --type NONE { "EncryptionConfig": { "Status": "UPDATING", "Type": "NONE" } }