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If per-user access to S3 has been enabled in your Trifacta® deployment, you can apply your personal S3 access credentials through the AWS Storage page. You can use the following properties to define the S3 buckets to use for uploads, job results, and temporary files.

Before You Begin

NOTE: Before you complete this configuration, please verify that you have created the appropriate policies to enable Trifacta Wrangler Pro to access your S3 sources. Additional pre-requisites may apply.

Tip: You can use the same set of credentials (AWS Key/Secret or IAM role) to enable access to Redshift, too.

For more information, see Getting Started with Trifacta Wrangler Pro.

Getting Started

You can access these settings through the Trifacta application.

Steps:

  1. In the menu bar, click the User menu. 
  2. Select Storage. click Edit for AWS Credentials and Storage Settings, where you can review and modify your S3 access credentials.

Credential Provider

IAM Role

NOTE: This role must be created through AWS for you. For more information, please contact your AWS administrator.

Tip: This method is recommended for access AWS resources.

Figure: Apply your IAM role and credentials

NOTE: The Account ID and external ID values must be applied to the trust relationship that your AWS administrator must insert into the IAM role. For more information, see Insert Trust Relationship in AWS IAM Role.

SettingDescription
Account ID

The AWS Account ID that Trifacta Wrangler Pro uses to assume the provided-by user.

NOTE: This value is provided to you by Trifacta.

External ID

The external identifier for the Trifacta platform is listed for you. This value cannot be modified.

Available IAM Role ARNsYou can specify the set of IAM Role ARNs from which workspace users can select for their access.
Select Default IAM Role ARNFrom the available IAM Role ARNs, you can specify the default one. This value must be provided by your AWS administrator.
Default S3 Bucket

This bucket is used for storage, unless another bucket is explicitly selected.

NOTE: Specify the top-level bucket name only. There should not be any backslashes in your entry.

Extra S3 Buckets

You can specify a comma-separated string of additional S3 buckets that are available for storage. Do not put any quotes around the string. Whitespace between string values is ignored.

AWS Key and Secret

 

Figure: AWS Storage page

The following settings apply to S3 access. 

NOTE: The values that you should use for these settings should be provided by your S3 administrator. If they have already been specified, do not modify unless you have been provided instructions to do so.

SettingDescription
AWS Access KeyThis key defines the account to use to connect to AWS.
AWS Secret KeyThe secret (or password) associated with the key.
Default S3 Bucket

This bucket is used for storage, unless another bucket is explicitly selected.

NOTE: Specify the top-level bucket name only. There should not be any backslashes in your entry.

Extra S3 BucketsYou can specify a comma-separated string of additional S3 buckets that are available for storage. Do not put any quotes around the string. Whitespace between string values is ignored.

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