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Amazon Web Services virtual machine connectivity with a key pair
Published On Jun 17, 2024 - 7:43 AM

Amazon Web Services virtual machine connectivity with a key pair

A key pair is a set of security credentials used to prove user identity when connecting to a service instance.
The key pair includes a public key and a private key, and is created in the service provider account.
The private key is required to obtain the password used to log into your service instance. This functionality enables basic virtual machine (VM) connectivity.
In this current release, customers can enable VM connectivity by downloading a private key file from the provisioned Amazon Web Services (AWS) service instance in inventory.
A private key file can only be downloaded
. After downloading a private key, make sure the file is stored in a safe place. Enterprise Marketplace does not store the private key, nor is the key available in a log or database file.

Who can download a service instance private key?

Any Buyer role who has created a key pair can download the key pair's private key file.

Download a private key file from the provisioned service instance in inventory

If you want to download the key pair file for an existing service instance inventory, complete the following steps:
  1. Navigate to the
    Service Inventory
    page. To learn more about navigating to the different services from each tenant, refer to Landing page navigation or Kyndryl Bridge Landing page navigation.
  2. From the desired service instance's overflow menu, select
    View Details
  3. From the
    Service Details
    tab, click
    View key pair
    at the bottom of the page under
    Service Configurations
  4. Click
    Download file
    to download the key pair file.
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