AWS Organizations

Centrally manage your environment as you scale your AWS resources

How it works

AWS Organizations lets you create new AWS accounts at no additional charge. With accounts in an organization, you can easily allocate resources, group accounts, and apply governance policies to accounts or groups.

Diagram showing how AWS Organizations enables the creation, grouping, and management of AWS accounts.
Introducing AWS Organizations (06:05)
Introducing AWS Organizations
AWS Organizations offers policy-based management for multiple AWS accounts. Learn how Organizations helps you more easily manage policies for groups of accounts and automate account creation.

Use cases

Automate AWS account creation

Create AWS accounts and add them to user-defined groups for instant security policy application, touchless infrastructure deployments, and auditing.

Learn more about creating accounts in an organization »

Enable proactive protection with a dedicated security group

Create a security group and provide users with read-only access to your resources to actively monitor, identify, and mitigate security concerns.

Learn more about intelligent threat detection »

Ensure user access to designated resources

Enable single sign-on access and apply service control policies to allow only user actions that meet your security and compliance requirements.

Learn more about service control policies »

Share common resources across accounts

More easily share central resources, software applications, directories, and services within your organization.

Learn more about sharing your AWS resources »

How to get started

Learn more about AWS Organizations best practices

Explore how to set up your multi-account AWS environment.

Dive deeper into AWS Organizations

Get access to whitepapers, blogs, and other resources.

Learn about using services with AWS Organizations

Explore the benefit of using different AWS services organization-wide.

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