Centralizing Access to Multiple Accounts and Applications Using AWS IAM Identity Center

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In this lesson, we shall be looking at the AWS IAM Identity Center service and how this can be used to control and manage access to different AWS accounts and cloud-enabled applications for your workforce to simplify access management at scale.

Learning Objectives

  • What AWS Identity Center is, and what it’s used for
  • How to implement single sign-on methodologies for multi-account access and cloud-enabled applications
  • How to configure AWS Identity Center for first-time use
  • The difference between the available identity sources 
  • An understanding of the core components of IAM Identity Center
  • How Permissions Sets are configured
  • An understanding of Application Assignments

Intended Audience

  • Those who are responsible for securing infrastructure and resources, such as security architects and system administrators 
  • Anyone looking to become certified in AWS

Prerequisites

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