I've been successfully running redash on a AWS Redshift cluster for a while.
I just received an email from AWS explaining they were changing the certificate system of the Redshift clusters and inviting me to follow advices on this page: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/redshift/latest/mgmt/connecting-transitioning-to-acm-certs.html
Basically it means the clients of the Redshift clusters should be prepared in order to be able to connect to it after the change is done.
The easiest way is to update the jdbc driver, which I've done for my local computer.
However I don't know what to do with my redash instance.
Does the change will impact the redash connection?
Does redash connect to Amazon Redshift clusters using SSL with the sslMode connection option set to require, verify-ca, or verify-full configuration option ? Is it using a deprecated aws redash driver?
If so, can I update the JDBC driver for redshift only?
Thank for your insight.