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Tag: AWS SSO

CloudHealth-AWS-Partners

AWS Single Sign-On Service Integration Guide for CloudHealth

AWS Single Sign-On makes it easy for end users to sign into the AWS Console and access applications with a single set of credentials. Until now, customers had to sign in to the AWS Console to work with AWS resources, and they had to sign in separately to CloudHealth to analyze and manage their computing environment or the resources in their environment. Learn how to connect CloudHealth with AWS SSO using SAML 2.0, so your users have a single experience to access both the AWS Console and CloudHealth.

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Architecting Successful SaaS: Interacting with Your SaaS Customer’s Cloud Accounts

Explore several common AWS services and architectural patterns used by SaaS vendors to interact with their customers’ cloud accounts. Examples of SaaS products requiring some level of account interaction often fall into the categories of logging and monitoring, security, compliance, data analytics, DevOps, workflow management, and resource optimization. SaaS products, such as the ones in these categories, regularly interact with resources in the subscribing customer’s AWS account.

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AWS Single Sign-On Integration Guide for Dynatrace

End users can now configure AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) to access Dynatrace with a single sign-on experience using the same credentials they use with their Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. AWS Single Sign-On provides administrators a simple way to assign users and groups access to AWS accounts, roles, and SAML-based applications. This eliminates the need for users to log in to Dynatrace separately.

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Enabling AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) Service Integration with Databricks Control Plane

AWS Single Sign-On makes it easy to centrally manage SSO access to multiple AWS accounts and business applications. You can use AWS SSO to create and manage users centrally and grant access to AWS accounts and business applications, such as Databricks. Instead of having to sign in separately to Databricks Control Plane and other business applications, with this configuration enabled users can access Databricks with their corporate credentials using AWS SSO.

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