Delivery Configs

This article describes how to manage configurations that enable the delivery of Umbra data products directly to customer storage. Configurations are managed in the Organization view in Canopy as the DeliveryConfig model. Once a DeliveryConfig has been created, verified, and activated, it can be referenced in tasking requests to direct delivery to the configured storage.

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Downloading Data Products

Tasking orders that are delivered to customer storage are still available for download in Canopy.

Delivery Types

Canopy currently supports the DeliveryConfig storage types in the table below.

TypeDescription
S3_UMBRA_ROLEDelivery to an AWS S3 Bucket using an Umbra IAM role to grant write access

Configuring Storage for Delivery

This section describes the steps to configuring storage for each supported Canopy delivery type.

S3_UMBRA_ROLE - AWS S3

This section describes how to use the S3_UMBRA_ROLE delivery type to deliver tasking orders directly to Amazon Web Services S3 buckets. This configuration requires customers to apply an S3 Bucket Policy to their bucket that grants an Umbra-owned IAM role write access to the bucket. For details on how to create an S3 bucket, see Create a Bucket in the AWS documentation.

Apply S3 Bucket Policy

  1. In the AWS Console, go to the S3 service.
  2. Click the name of the bucket you wish to configure.
  3. Click the Permissions tab.
  4. Click the Bucket Policy button.
  5. Copy the Bucket Policy JSON from the section below and modify it as appropriate, replacing <s3-bucket-name> with the name of your bucket to grant the role arn:aws:iam::922714215458:role/prod-prod-s3-external-delivery access.

If you are looking to test deliveries using the Sandbox, you'll also need to allow the roles described here.

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Is your AWS Bucket in GovCloud?

If so, you'll need to replace all instances of the role arn:aws:iam::922714215458:role/prod-prod-s3-external-delivery in this Guide with the role arn:aws-us-gov:iam::537355544329:role/prod-gov-prod-sar-data-delivery-cross-account-role.

You'll also need to set the parameter isGovcloud to true when creating an S3_UMBRA_ROLE DeliveryConfig via either the API or web app.

{
	"Version": "2012-10-17",
	"Statement": [
		{
			"Effect": "Deny",
			"Principal": {
				"AWS": "*"
			},
			"Action": "s3:*",
			"Resource": [
				"arn:aws:s3:::<s3-bucket-name>",
				"arn:aws:s3:::<s3-bucket-name>/*"
			],
			"Condition": {
				"Bool": {
					"aws:SecureTransport": "false"
				}
			}
		},
		{
			"Effect": "Allow",
			"Principal": {
				"AWS": "arn:aws:iam::922714215458:role/prod-prod-s3-external-delivery"
			},
			"Action": [
				"s3:ListBucket",
				"s3:PutObject",
				"s3:PutObjectAcl"
			],
			"Resource": [
				"arn:aws:s3:::<s3-bucket-name>",
				"arn:aws:s3:::<s3-bucket-name>/*"
			]
		}
	]
}

Apply KMS Policy for Encrypted Buckets

If your bucket uses a KMS Key to encrypt data at rest, you'll also need to add the following statement to the policy for your KMS Key:

{
    "Sid": "UmbraKMSKeyAccess",
    "Effect": "Allow",
    "Principal": {
        "AWS": [
            "arn:aws:iam::922714215458:role/prod-prod-s3-external-delivery"
        ]
    },
    "Action": [
        "kms:GenerateDataKey",
        "kms:Decrypt"
    ],
    "Resource": "*"
}

Permissions for S3 Multipart Copy

The kms:Decrypt permission allows Umbra to perform S3 Multipart Copy of data directly from one bucket to another for best performance. If your security policy disallows this permission, please contact [email protected] and let us know. We can revert your account to S3 Upload, with the consequence that CPHD files for Tasks with better than 0.5m resolution may not copy as Upload has a 5GB file size limit.

For more information see https://repost.aws/knowledge-center/s3-large-file-encryption-kms-key

Debugging S3_UMBRA_ROLE Configs

If you're unable to verify your DeliveryConfigs after following the above steps, contact [email protected]. Before doing so, please also add the following IAM Role to your Bucket Policy:

  • Commercial Bucket: arn:aws:iam::661908204374:role/dev-test-s3-external-delivery
  • GovCloud Bucket: arn:aws-us-gov:iam::134305833187:role/dev-gov-test-sar-data-delivery-cross-account-role

This role allows us to assist in debugging by giving our test environment access. Once debugging is completed, this role may be removed from the Bucket Policy.

Creating a Delivery Configuration

The following section describes the workflow for creating a new DeliveryConfig from the Organization settings in Canopy. For the API reference, see DeliveryConfig.

  1. Click Add Delivery Method.
  2. Select the delivery type you wish to configure from the options, complete the Delivery Config form, and click Save For information on prefix templating, see Path Prefix Template.
    t3. From the newly added DeliveryConfig in the list, click Validate. If verification is successful, the configuration state will become ACTIVE

DeliveryConfig Verification

When you Verify a DeliveryConfig, Umbra will attempt to push a text file that contains the text "Verified at {ISO8601 timestamp} to the root of the path you configured. If this succeeds, the DeliveryConfig is marked ACTIVE.

Delivery Path

This section describes the delivery path and file naming scheme.

The default file naming scheme is shown in the example below. Click here to see the list of possible values for {product_type} and {ext}.

# Example - AWS S3
s3://{DeliveryConfig.options.bucket}/{DeliveryConfig.options.path}/{Task.id}/{YYYY-MM-DD-hh-mm-ss_{vehicle_name}/YYYY-MM-DD-hh-mm-ss_{vehicle_name}-{product_type}.{ext}
 
# DeliveryConfig.options.bucket = `yourco-umbra-delivery`
# DeliveryConfig.options.path = `path/to/data`
# Task.id = "4a270ee4-bbfc-4d54-97ae-e30af6950053"
s3://yourco-umbra-delivery/path/to/data/4a270ee4-bbfc-4d54-97ae-e30af6950053/2022-11-10-20-19-51_UMBRA-03/2022-11-10-20-19-51_UMBRA-03_GEC.tif

Path Prefix Template

When defining the Path field for a DeliveryConfig, some Task properties can be accessed as template variables to customize the path prefix of the deliveries. The Task properties available for templating are listed below.

deliveryConfigId, taskName, organizationName, userOrderId

To use a property as a template, enclose the Task property name in curly braces in the DeliveryConfig.options.path parameter when creating a new DeliveryConfig. For example: path = "{userOrderId}".

# Example
# DeliveryConfig.options.bucket = `yourco-umbra-delivery`
# DeliveryConfig.options.path = `{userOrderId}`
# Task.id = "4a270ee4-bbfc-4d54-97ae-e30af6950053"
# Task.userOrderId = `ABC-12345`
s3://yourco-umbra-delivery/ABC-12345/4a270ee4-bbfc-4d54-97ae-e30af6950053/2022-11-10-20-19-51_UMBRA-03/2022-11-10-20-19-51_UMBRA-03_GEC.tif

Troubleshooting

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For support with delivery configurations, please contact [email protected].