AWS Glue Data Catalog

AWS Glue Data Catalog Access

This section outlines how to configure AWS Glue Data Catalog access in Upsolver. Setting up AWS Glue access in Upsolver facilitates effective data management and processing.

Creating an IAM Role for AWS Glue Access

To set up AWS Glue Data Catalog in Upsolver, an IAM role with the appropriate permissions is required. Follow the AWS documentation to create an IAM role and establish a trust relationship.

Required IAM Permissions for AWS Glue

Upsolver needs these permissions for integrating with AWS Glue:

  • glue:GetDatabase

  • glue:GetTable

  • glue:GetPartition

  • glue:GetPartitions

  • glue:GetUserDefinedFunction

  • glue:CreateDatabase: Create new databases in the AWS Glue Catalog

  • glue:UpdateDatabase: Update existing databases

  • glue:DeleteDatabase: Delete databases

  • glue:CreateTable: Create new tables

  • glue:UpdateTable: Update existing tables

  • glue:DeleteTable: Delete tables

  • glue:BatchCreatePartition: Create multiple partitions simultaneously

  • glue:BatchDeletePartition: Delete multiple partitions simultaneously

Configuring AWS Glue Connection in Upsolver

When creating an AWS Glue connection in Upsolver, specify the AWS Glue Data Catalog and database for Upsolver to access and manage data structures.

IAM Policy for AWS Glue Access

Create an IAM policy with the following statements to grant Upsolver access to AWS Glue resources. Replace <database_name> with your actual database name:

    "Version": "2012-10-17",
    "Statement": [
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
            "Resource": [

This policy allows Upsolver to perform read and write operations in the specified AWS Glue Data Catalog.

Learn More

For detailed information on AWS Glue permissions and integration with Upsolver, refer to Amazon's AWS Glue documentation.

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