mongoc_auto_encryption_opts_set_kms_providers

Synopsis

void
mongoc_auto_encryption_opts_set_kms_providers (
   mongoc_auto_encryption_opts_t *opts, const bson_t *kms_providers);

Parameters

kms_providers is a BSON document containing configuration for each KMS provider.

KMS providers are specified as a string of the form <KMS provider type> or <KMS provider type>:<KMS provider name>. The supported KMS provider types are aws, azure, gcp, local, and kmip. The optional name enables configuring multiple KMS providers with the same KMS provider type (e.g. aws:name1 and aws:name2 can refer to different AWS accounts). At least one KMS provider must be specified.

The format for the KMS provider type aws is as follows:

aws: {
   accessKeyId: String,
   secretAccessKey: String
}

The format for the KMS provider type local is as follows:

local: {
   key: <96 byte BSON binary of subtype 0> or String /* The master key used to encrypt/decrypt data keys. May be passed as a base64 encoded string. */
}

The format for the KMS provider type azure is as follows:

azure: {
   tenantId: String,
   clientId: String,
   clientSecret: String,
   identityPlatformEndpoint: Optional<String> /* Defaults to login.microsoftonline.com */
}

The format for the KMS provider type gcp is as follows:

gcp: {
   email: String,
   privateKey: byte[] or String, /* May be passed as a base64 encoded string. */
   endpoint: Optional<String> /* Defaults to oauth2.googleapis.com */
}

The format for the KMS provider type kmip is as follows:

kmip: {
   endpoint: String
}

KMS providers may include an optional name suffix separate with a colon. This enables configuring multiple KMS providers with the same KMS provider type. Example:

"aws:name1": {
   accessKeyId: String,
   secretAccessKey: String
},
"aws:name2": {
   accessKeyId: String,
   secretAccessKey: String
}

SEE ALSO:

mongoc_client_enable_auto_encryption()
In-Use Encryption

Author

MongoDB, Inc

Info

Mar 06, 2024 1.26.1 libmongoc