How to Create Public/Provision Certificate Manager on Amazon Web Service(AWS).

AWS Certificate Manager is a service that we can  easily provision, manage, and deploy public and private Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) certificates for use with AWS services and your internal connected resources.

Public/Provision Certificate manager provide the name of site, establish your identity, and let ACM do the rest. ACM manages renewal of SSL/TLS certificates issued by Amazon or by your own private Certificate Authority.

 

  • Login to aws portal.
  • Click on Services.

 

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  • Under Security, Identity & Compliance select Certificate Manager.

 

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  • Click on Provision Certificates.

 

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  • Select Request a Public Certificate.
  • Click on Request a certificate.

 

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  • Provide Domain name.
  • We can add multiple domain name to this certificate.
  • Click on Next.

 

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  • ACM can validate ownership by using DNS or by sending email to the contact addresses of the domain owner. Select validation Method : DNS or Email validation.
  • Select DNS validation, create a CNAME record in the DNS configuration for each of the domains or Select Email validation, ACM send email to the registered owner of each domain.
  • Click on Next.

 

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  • Provide Tag name & value.
  • Click on Review.

 

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  • Review all configurations.
  • Click on Confirm & request.

 

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  • After validation click on continue.

 

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  • Provision Certificate Manager created successfully.

 

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Create Provision Certificate Manager using Shell

aws acm request-certificate –domain-name www.example.com –validation-method DNS

 

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