SSL Certificate with interface endpoints?

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Hi All,

I have S3 glacier in an AWS account that is consumed by a python program on-premise. Direct connect connectivity is already established. The S3 service is exposed through a VPC interface endpoint and is accessed using privatelink.

In the Python program, I am using a https URL to access S3, something like '*.vpce.amazonaws.com'. Public access to the S3 service through the internet has been disabled. It is only accessible through direct connect.

Do I need an SSL certificate to access the service? If I do, should I purchase/generate one or will AWS provide the SSL cert I can use to call the service?

Thanks in advance.

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Hello.

I don't think an SSL certificate is necessary.
I think that the domain specified as the endpoint URL has been issued an SSL certificate for HTTPS by AWS.
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/userguide/privatelink-interface-endpoints.html

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