AWS::AppMesh::VirtualNode TlsValidationContext - Amazon CloudFormation
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AWS::AppMesh::VirtualNode TlsValidationContext

An object that represents how the proxy will validate its peer during Transport Layer Security (TLS) negotiation.

Syntax

To declare this entity in your Amazon CloudFormation template, use the following syntax:

Properties

SubjectAlternativeNames

A reference to an object that represents the SANs for a Transport Layer Security (TLS) validation context. If you don't specify SANs on the terminating mesh endpoint, the Envoy proxy for that node doesn't verify the SAN on a peer client certificate. If you don't specify SANs on the originating mesh endpoint, the SAN on the certificate provided by the terminating endpoint must match the mesh endpoint service discovery configuration. Since SPIRE vended certificates have a SPIFFE ID as a name, you must set the SAN since the name doesn't match the service discovery name.

Required: No

Type: SubjectAlternativeNames

Update requires: No interruption

Trust

A reference to where to retrieve the trust chain when validating a peer’s Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate.

Required: Yes

Type: TlsValidationContextTrust

Update requires: No interruption