Granting Access to Your Amazon S3 Bucket | Teradata Vantage Trial - Granting Access to Your Amazon S3 Bucket - Vantage Trial

Teradata Vantageā„¢ Trial Quick Start Guide

Product
Vantage Trial
Release Number
2.7
Published
August 2022
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2022-08-04
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To allow Teradata Vantage read and write access, your Cloud Administrator must configure your Amazon S3 bucket policy with the following actions:

  • NOS read: s3:GetObject, s3:ListBucket, s3:GetBucketLocation
  • NOS write: s3:PutObject
  1. From home page, select Sites, then select your site.
  2. Select DATA SOURCES.
    Only sites running Teradata Vantage 17.00 or later display.
  3. To generate a code snippet, do the following:
    1. Select NEW POLICY.
    2. Enter the name of your Amazon S3 bucket URL.
      The name must be identical to the name of your existing Amazon S3 bucket.
    3. Select Submit to generate a new Amazon S3 bucket policy.
    4. By the nos.teradatacloud.io/test-nos entry, select "" > Show details, and select Copy to copy the policy to the clipboard.
    5. To view the policy, scroll through it or paste the policy in a text editor.
  4. For the Trial system to access your Amazon S3 bucket, do the following:
    1. Open another browser tab and go to your Amazon S3 console.
    2. Append your existing Amazon S3 bucket policy with the code snippet that was generated.
  5. To test the connection, return to the DATA SOURCES pane in the Teradata interface, and select "" > Show details > Test Connection.
    Read and write permissions are checked against the Amazon S3 bucket from the Vantage VPC.
  6. To remove a NOS policy, go to the DATA SOURCES pane and select "" > Remove.
    The code snippet cannot be updated after it has been added to your existing Amazon S3 bucket policy. You must remove the policy, create a new Amazon S3 bucket policy, and generate a new code snippet.