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Tag: IAM 10th Anniversary Series
Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 4: Available Permissions and User Identity
When it debuted 10 years ago, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) supported15 services. Today, it’s woven into the core of everything in the AWS Cloud. Check out the fourth and final blog post celebrating IAM‘s 10th anniversary. Dive deep on the Service Authorization Reference, a comprehensive list of all the permissions in AWS, and explore the AWS CloudTrail userIdentity element that keeps track of who did what.
Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 3: Permissions Boundaries and Conditions
This is our third blog post celebrating AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)‘s 10th anniversary. Explore two powerful ways that you can limit access to AWS by setting the boundaries and conditionally provide access to resources in IAM policies. Permissions boundaries can be used for situations like granting someone limited permissions management abilities, while conditions enable you to specify when a policy statement is enforced.
Top Recommendations for IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 2: The Visual Editor and Federation
AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)‘s 10th anniversary continues with Part 2 of our blog series. Writing an IAM policy can be tricky, but don’t feel overwhelmed. Learn how the IAM visual editor helps you create policies by providing helpful documentation and the correct syntax. You’ll also learn why you should use federation due to the short-term credentials made possible by IAM roles. More tips like these can be found throughout our 4-part blog series.
IAM 10th Anniversary: Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 1
This year marks the 10th anniversary of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), which is essential in securing your applications and your AWS environment as a whole. To help you get the most out of this critical AWS service, we are excited to share a blog series featuring top recommendations for using IAM from AWS Heroes and APN Ambassadors, who will share recommendations which are driven from personal experiences using a service that’s foundational for the security of AWS customers.