AWS Marketplace

Category: AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

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Automate multi account permissions management in AWS using CloudKnox and AWS Control Tower

This blog post was written by Kanishk Mahajan, ISV Solutions Architecture Lead at AWS and guest author Maya Neelakandhan, Head of Customer Success at CloudKnox. Introduction Permissions management in AWS empowers security and cloud infrastructure teams to protect your cloud resources from misuse of identity permissions. Cloud security requires continuous enforcement of least-privilege policies across […]

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Use APIs to manage multiple AWS Private Marketplaces for enterprise software subscriptions

During re:Invent 2020, AWS launched AWS Private Marketplace APIs to enable customers to programmatically manage their Private Marketplace. Private Marketplace, a feature of AWS Marketplace, enables administrators to create list of approved products for their users to purchase from AWS Marketplace’s catalog. To provide administrators greater control to create distinct list of approved products for […]

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Introducing AWS Marketplace APIs for Private Marketplace to manage software subscriptions

AWS Marketplace now enables buyers to programmatically manage their Private Marketplace using a set of publicly accessible APIs. With Private Marketplace, buyers can curate a catalog of approved third-party software available in AWS Marketplace. This enables their organization’s end users to purchase software governed by their internal policies and procedures from AWS Marketplace. Private Marketplace […]

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Enable security and automated continuous compliance using CloudGuard from AWS Marketplace

AWS Control Tower enables you to create new AWS accounts in your AWS Organization with AWS-recommended best practices and guardrails in place. Our customers and partners often ask for ways to automate the execution of some customizations specific to their organization on the creation of a new AWS account. This is especially true for customers […]

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Controlling access to a well-architected Private Marketplace using IAM and AWS Organizations

At re:Invent 2018, AWS announced Private Marketplace, a feature that helps customers govern third-party software procurement from AWS Marketplace. In this post, I share some best practices that help you follow the principle of least privilege and implement access control using IAM and service control policies (SCPs) in AWS Organizations to set up a well-architected […]

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CloudFormation Templates 101 for Sellers in AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace is a digital catalog that enables qualified Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to market software solutions and makes it easy for AWS customers to find, buy, and deploy software on AWS. In this post, I will explain a use case where CloudFormation template is a better fit than a Single-AMI solution, and then I […]

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Centralizing payments in AWS Marketplace with consolidated billing

AWS Marketplace is a curated digital catalog that lists thousands of software solutions with flexible pricing options. SaaS contracts, hourly billing, annual licenses, and private offers are examples of different payment options to choose from. Typically, when customers are in the procurement process, they use multiple linked accounts to subscribe to these products with several […]

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Securing access to AMIs in AWS Marketplace

Update on 4/20/2020:  In addition to this blog, AWS Marketplace released Private Marketplace feature that lets administrators create a curated list of products authorized users can purchase from. For more information, see documentation and blogs.  Update on 1/20/2021:  In addition to this blog, you can use managed entitlements, a new feature of AWS License Manager […]

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Making the Move from DevOps to DevSecOps

In this post, I will summarize the principles discussed in the recent AWS Marketplace webinar, “Making the Move from DevOps to DevSecOps.” If you are on your journey to the cloud with AWS, you are probably already using some DevOps approaches, so you can spin up new Virtual Machines (VMs), test, stage, and deploy applications […]

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