The AWS Secrets Manager Java SDK interacts with the API to access cloud services. Visit https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-java/tree/master/aws-java-sdk-secretsmanager/src/main/java/com/amazonaws/services/secretsmanager to learn more.
Cloud-based storage has opened up new possibilities for managing and analyzing data. However, not all information stored in the cloud is as easily accessible as it could be. This article looks at the different types of APIs that let you sync to the cloud and have a safe way to access your files.
To help AWS customers handle credentials more securely, Amazon last week announced AWS Secrets Manager, a new service that allows AWS customers to store and retrieve passwords, OAuth credentials, binary data, and other types of secrets, such as API keys, via an API or the AWS CLI.
Dropbox has announced its first developer conference: DBX. On July 9th, Dropbox will host an invited group of developers and designers to San Francisco to share ideas with developer brethren and learn about what's coming from Drobox. Although attendees must be invited, tickets are $350 and those interested can request an invitation.