Release: AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) on 2012-01-19
This release of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) introduces single sign-on access to the AWS Management Console for federated users, as well as new documentation about using temporary security credentials and IAM integration with Amazon DynamoDB.
|Single Sign-on Access to the AWS Management Console for Federated Users
||With this release, you can give your federated users single sign-on access to the AWS Management
Console through your identity and authorization system, without requiring users to sign in to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
For more information, go to Giving Federated Users Direct Access to the AWS Management Console in
Using Temporary Security Credentials.
|New Documentation: Using Temporary Security Credentials
||The documentation that describes creating
temporary security credentials for federated users and mobile applications has
been moved from Using IAM to a new, expanded stand-alone guide named Using Temporary Security Credentials.
||This release introduces Amazon DynamoDB integration with IAM. For more information about using IAM with Amazon DynamoDB, go to
Controlling Access to Amazon DynamoDB Resources in the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide. For a general description of
Amazon DynamoDB, go to Amazon DynamoDB.