Amazon Secrets Manager secrets managed by other Amazon services - Amazon Secrets Manager
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Amazon Secrets Manager secrets managed by other Amazon services

Many Amazon services store and use secrets in Amazon Secrets Manager. In some cases, these secrets are managed secrets, which means that the service that created them helps manage them. For example, some managed secrets include managed rotation, so you don't have to configure rotation yourself. The managing service might also restrict you from updating secrets or deleting them without a recovery period, which helps prevent outages because the managing service depends on the secret.

Managed secrets use a naming convention that includes the managing service ID to help identify them.

Secret name: ServiceID!MySecret Secret ARN : arn:aws-cn:us-east-1:ServiceID!MySecret-a1b2c3

To find secrets that are managed by other Amazon services, see Find managed secrets.

For a full list of services that use secrets, see Amazon services that use Amazon Secrets Manager secrets.