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Tag: EC2

Demystifying EC2 Resource-Level Permissions

Note: As of March 28, 2017,  Amazon EC2 supports tagging on creation, enforced tag usage, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) resource-level permissions, and enforced volume encryption. See New – Tag EC2 Instances & EBS Volumes on Creation on the AWS Blog for more information. AWS announced initial support for Amazon EC2 resource-level permissions in July of […]

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Amazon EC2 Resource-Level Permissions for RunInstances

Yesterday the EC2 team announced fine grained controls for managing RunInstances. This release enables you to set fine-grained controls over the AMIs, Snapshots, Subnets, and other resources that can be used when creating instances and the types of instances and volumes that users can create when using the RunInstances API. This is a major milestone […]

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Announcement: Resource Permissions for additional EC2 API actions

Yesterday AWS announced that it now supports resource-level permissions for seven additional EC2 APIs, including: DeleteNetworkAcl DeleteNetworkAclEntry DeleteRoute DeleteRouteTable DeleteDhcpOptions DeleteInternetGateway DeleteCustomerGateway As with other EC2 API actions that support resource-level permissions, you can also construct policies based on the tags associated with the resources.  To learn more, go to either our recent post on […]

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Resource-Level Permissions for EC2–Controlling Management Access on Specific Instances

Note: As of March 28, 2017,  Amazon EC2 supports tagging on creation, enforced tag usage, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) resource-level permissions, and enforced volume encryption. See New – Tag EC2 Instances & EBS Volumes on Creation on the AWS Blog for more information. We are happy to announce that we launched resource-level permissions […]

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