Getting Started with Amazon Verified Permissions

Amazon Verified Permissions is a scalable permissions management and fine-grained authorization service for the applications that you build. Using Cedar, an expressive and analyzable open-source policy language, developers and administrators can define policy-based access controls using roles and attributes for more granular, context-aware access control.

Step 1

Learn about the Cedar policy language used in Verified Permissions

Learn to use the Cedar policy language and the AWS SDK for Verified Permissions in your authorization solutions with this interactive tutorial.

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Step 2

Review the User Guide

Learn more about key concepts, review sample policy stores, and get started with creating your policy store and schema.  

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Step 3

Sign in and enable Verified Permissions

Navigate to the Amazon Verified Permissions console. Choose the option to create a policy store to begin creating policies to define permissions for your application.

Enable Verified Permissions in the console »