The connection itself is generic metadata, what makes it a specific connection is the ConnectionType and ConnectionProperties.
You can list the values of a connection created via the console (e.g. aws glue get-connection --name your_connection) and then replicate the configuration programmatically
For creating connections to data stores that are not explicitly supported through AWS Glue's API or SDK, one common approach is to use a custom connector or to integrate via a more generic JDBC connection if applicable. OpenSearch, being a fork of Elasticsearch, might be accessible through JDBC with the right driver and configuration. This approach would involve:
- Finding a JDBC driver that can connect to OpenSearch.
- Creating a custom connection in Glue that uses this JDBC driver, specifying the connection details to your OpenSearch cluster.
This process typically requires constructing the connection string manually and ensuring that your Glue jobs have the necessary permissions to access the OpenSearch cluster. This might involve setting up VPC endpoints, security groups, and IAM roles appropriately.
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