Amazon Web Services

Atmosphere can be integrated into Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enable your projects and devices to connect to and interact with resources on your AWS account. To connect with AWS services, Atmosphere provides corresponding AWS elements in Studio’s Cloud View.

A moderate knowledge of how to leverage supported AWS services, as well as an understanding of the AWS Identity & Access Management (IAM) service is recommended prior to using AWS elements.

How Atmosphere Connects to AWS

Atmosphere uses the AWS Security Token Service (STS) to obtain temporary credentials in order to access your AWS resources. You must first set up an Identity and Access Management (IAM) role on your account that links to Atmosphere’s AWS account. This role allows Atmosphere to obtain the security credentials required for accessing whitelisted AWS resources on your AWS account via an Atmosphere project.

For more information on the credentials needed, visit IAM Temporary Security Credentials.

Supported AWS Services

Select an option below to learn more about the Atmosphere’s AWS elements or the AWS service:

Element Service
AWS DynamoDB Element DynamoDB
AWS Kinesis Firehose Element Kinesis
AWS Lambda Element Lambda
AWS S3 Element S3

The proper integration setup must be done on your AWS account in order to use AWS elements in Studio.

AWS Service Integration

Integrating your Atmosphere project into your AWS account involves creating an IAM role and subsequent role policy in the AWS console for the services you want to grant Atmosphere access to through the use of Studio’s AWS elements. With an established IAM role and policy for Atmosphere integration, you can configure each of your supported AWS services to allow Atmosphere to communicate with them, which can then be used by Studio’s AWS elements.

For information on integrating Atmosphere into your existing AWS services, visit the AWS Integration Setup Guide.