Thanks for trying out Votiro!
One of the first things you'll need to do is to connect your AWS S3 bucket(s), please see article below on how to do this:
- AWS Account with permissions to create and modify SQS Queues and S3 Buckets, etc.
- License for the AWS Plug-in for your Votiro SaaS tenant (Not required for the AWS Marketplace Trial)
- S3 Bucket(s) Created
- Log into your Votiro Console
- Locate Configuration page for S3 Buckets
- Create SQS Queue
- Edit access policy
- Configure S3 bucket policy to send events to Queue
- Add S3 bucket(s) to Votiro SaaS tenant
- Create an SQS Queue
- Login to your AWS Account
- Navigate to Simple Queue Service
- On the right-hand side, click on “Create queue”
- Select type as “Standard”, give it a name and leave the rest of the Configuration details as they are except for “Access Policy” You can add Tags, but this is optional. You’ll enter the Access Policy details per the next screen shot:
- Below is a sample AWS SQS Access Policy, Note the call-out boxes where you’ll need to use your own AWS account number and S3 Bucket name(s), THIS IS MANDATORY:
- Once you’ve edited the Access Policy per the above, click “Create queue” and you’re done. Note: If an error message pops up when you click the button, check your policy for any typos, correct and retry.
Edit your S3 Bucket(s) to send Events to your new SQS Queue
- Navigate to the S3 Bucket(s) you want to monitor with Votiro
- Select the “Properties” Tab, then scroll down to “Event Notifications” and click on “Create Event Notification”
- In the “Event name” box, type a name for your notification, and under ‘Event types’ select ‘All object create events’. See the below screenshot as a reference:
Under “Destination”, click the “SQS Queue” radio button, and choose the SQS Queue you created for Votiro. Click on “Save changes” to complete the task. NOTE: If you get an error while trying to save your changes, check the Access Policy JSON script in your SQS Queue for syntax errors, etc. and try again. See screen shot for details:
- Configure your Votiro Cloud tenant to monitor S3 Bucket uploads
Log into Votiro Cloud
Click on “cloud” icon in left Menu bar:
- Click on "AWS S3" at top
- See screen shot and fill in data as per call outs. After entering User Profile name, hit "enter" and you're done.
- Test connection by uploading a file to your monitored S3 buckets. Then, check in the "Incidents" screen in Votiro Cloud, you should see your uploaded files per the screen shot below. Click on the file name to see details of the entire sanitization process.
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