Connect to SingleStore Helios Workspaces from Private Networks/Services via AWS PrivateLink
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For inbound connections, you'll request and receive a Service name from SingleStore.
To set up inbound connections to SingleStore Helios using AWS PrivateLink, perform the following tasks:
Request Service name from SingleStore.
Create an endpoint.
Contact SingleStore Support, and provide the following information:
SingleStore can only process the connection request when your workspace is in the
Your AWS account ID
In the support ticket, specify that the request is for inbound connection
SingleStore will create a private endpoint service, whitelist your AWS account in the service, and then send you the Service name.
You need to create separate endpoints for both DML and DDL endpoints of your workspace.
Your workspace and endpoint must be in the same region.
Create a private endpoint using the Service name received from SingleStore:
On the Amazon VPC console, select Endpoints > Create endpoint.
Under Service Category, select Other endpoint services.
Enter the Service name received from SingleStore in the Service name field.
Select Verify service to verify the Service name.
Under VPC, select the VPC from which you'll connect with the AWS service.
Under Subnets, select one subnet per Availability Zone from which you'll connect to the AWS service.
Select Create endpoint.
You can use the endpoint after it enters the
Create a security group to control access to the endpoint, and then attach the security group to the endpoint.
SingleStore Helios does not support Certificate Authority (CA) verification for inbound connections.
Last modified: August 30, 2023