To add detail to this request and hopefully useful specifics:
In Amazon AWS eu-west-1 region, the latest Debian 9 AMI is
ami-d037cda9. This machine image is underpinned by snapshot
snap-038fec8da9e5147a6. Since this snapshot is not publicly shared
(even though the AMI itself is) it's not possible to copy the AMI and
enable storage encryption.
The Ubuntu LTS 16.04 AMI ami-17d11e6e is an example of a public AMI
and public snapshot (snap-05d06dc5b34b5236b) if that's a useful
Is Noah Meyerhans still the builder of the most recent Stretch AMIs?
Post by Jacob Smith
Would it be possible to make the snapshots, used by the AMIs on the
379101102735 account, public so that the AMI can be copied?
I'm trying to enable storage encryption with KMS and I'm getting the
error "You do not have permission to access the storage of this ami".
If they're already public in one particular region (perhaps where
they're created?) then it would be useful to know which.