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Category: AWS Single Sign-On (SSO)

CyberArk Identity as SSO for AWS Control Tower

CyberArk Identity as SSO for AWS Control Tower

Migrating to the AWS cloud has enabled many organizations to reduce costs, innovate faster, and deliver business results more effectively. As you expand your AWS infrastructure, you require multi-account governance strategies as well as implementation of best practices to your expanded environment. AWS Control Tower implements AWS best practices to establish a well-architected, multi-account baseline […]

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Integrating Dropbox with AWS SSO for governed file sharing in an AWS Control Tower environment

Integrating Dropbox with AWS SSO for governed file sharing in an AWS Control Tower environment

The customers who operate in multi-account AWS environments often ask me for ways to simplify accessing critical business files and share content with their employees. While my customers share the content between business groups or external business partners, it is important to gain visibility and controls with minimum operational overhead. Dropbox, available in AWS Marketplace, […]

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AWS Control Tower AWS Single Sign-On Okta

Integrating Okta with AWS Single Sign-On in an AWS Control Tower environment

AWS Control Tower provides a ready-to-use native integration with AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) to manage users, roles, and multi-account access. Some customers’ organizations have more complex SSO requirements, including integrating with external identity providers to handle authentication and authorization. Okta is an enterprise-grade identity management service that is built for the cloud, but is […]

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Centralize authentication using Ping Identity, AWS Control Tower, and AWS Single Sign-On

Along with adopting and managing a multi-account structure, customers must also manage user authentication and authorization. Customers who use a multi-account structure governed by AWS Control Tower require a centralized system to manage user authentication and authorization. AWS Control Tower enables customers to manage and govern a multi-account structure. After you have launched AWS Control […]

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Creating a curated digital catalog of AWS Marketplace products in a secured multi-account environment

The enterprise customers I work with use AWS Control Tower to set up and govern their secure multi-account AWS environments. They want to enable their technology users to find, buy, and immediately start using software from AWS Marketplace to run on their environments. At the same time, they also want to restrict AWS Marketplace purchases […]

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