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AWS::RDS::DBCluster (enable HTTP endpoint for data API) #71

yvele opened this issue Aug 1, 2019 · 1 comment

AWS::RDS::DBCluster (enable HTTP endpoint for data API) #71

yvele opened this issue Aug 1, 2019 · 1 comment


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@yvele yvele commented Aug 1, 2019


Add an attribute to enable/disable the HTTP endpoint for an Aurora Serverless RDS cluster.

Scope of request

Aurora Serverless is now production ready and is supported within CloudFormation, see

In order to enable the Data API (that is generally available), the HTTP endpoint must be explicitly enabled as described here:

Enabling the HTTP endpoint is possible via AWS CLI

aws rds modify-db-cluster \
    --db-cluster-identifier sample-cluster \

Expected behavior

It would be nice to enable this via CloudFormation with something like

  Type: AWS::RDS::DBCluster
    Engine: aurora
    EngineMode: serverless
    EngineVersion: 5.6.10a
    HttpEndpointEnabled: true # <------ HERE!

Other links

See also the RDS API that supports this parameter:

Related StackOverflow question:

@luiseduardocolon luiseduardocolon added this to Researching in coverage-roadmap Aug 30, 2019

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@Jaakkonen Jaakkonen commented Sep 21, 2019

There's even things that depend on Data API to be enabled that can be created with CFN. For example AppSync RDS resources. Are there any other workarounds than returning DBCluster id and running the cli command with parameter parsed from that?

@luiseduardocolon luiseduardocolon moved this from Researching to Coming Soon in coverage-roadmap Oct 18, 2019
@luiseduardocolon luiseduardocolon moved this from Coming Soon to Shipped in coverage-roadmap Nov 26, 2019
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