Sets "AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store (SSM)" parameters into functions' environment variables.
Serverless SSM Fetch is an "AWS provider only" plugin that allows to fetch parameters from AWS Store Parameters and assign them to serverless.yml functions environment variables.
Before using this plugin you must have set your parameters into AWS System Manager Parameter Store
NOTE: to use this plugin, the AWS credentials that you use for your project must have permissions for:
First, you have to set
serverless-ssm-fetch plugin by running:
serverless plugin install --name serverless-ssm-fetch
This will install the required npm package and add the plugin to your
... plugins: - serverless-ssm-fetch ...
Then, you must declare the SSM Parameters that must be assigned to your functions environment variables.
It consists in key value pairs, where the key is the environment variable name you want to use, and the value is the parameter path you set in AWS System Manager Parameter Store on your AWS account. Example:
To declare them, use the
serverlessSsmFetch accessor inside
custom variable in your
serverless.yml file. FYI, it also works if you use a nested file for your
... custom: serverlessSsmFetch: APP_ID: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_id APP_KEY: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_key APP_SECRET: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_secret~true ...
By default, there is nothing more to do if you want all your SSM Parameters injected in all your functions. But of course, you will probably want to assign specific parameters to specific functions. You can specify it on a per function basis this way:
... custom: serverlessSsmFetch: APP_ID: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_id APP_KEY: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_key APP_SECRET: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_secret~true functions: hello: handler: handler.hello ssmToEnvironment: - APP_ID environment: - NODE_ENV: development ...
This will add ONLY the SSM Parameter
APP_ID to the function environment variables. In this case, the function
hello will be pushed to AWS Lambda with environment variables
On AWS Parameters Store you can decide to encrypt parameters when you set them. Meaning that you must decrypt them with your KMS key when you use them within your application.
serverless-ssm-fetch you can decide to decrypt them at runtime to add the decrypted format of the parameter to your environment variable. It is useful if you don't use an AWS KMS key to decrypt parameters within your app.
To decrypt a parameter you just have to add
~true at the end of your AWS SSM Parameter path:
... custom: serverlessSsmFetch: APP_SECRET: /aws/ssm/parameter/path/app_secret~true ...
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