Implementing AWS Organizations

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This lesson introduces the AWS Identity and Access Management services relevant to the AWS Certified Security - Specialty (SCS-C02) exam.

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Learning Objectives

  • Understand AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), along with IAM user groups, roles, and policies
  • Define authentication, authorization, and access control in AWS
  • Understand how to implement identity federation in AWS using services like Amazon Cognito
  • Describe the process of implementing AWS Organizations and building multi-account infrastructure with AWS Control Tower
  • Understand how AWS Service Catalog can be used to configure and deploy portfolios of approved AWS services
  • Explain how to share resources across accounts with AWS Resource Access Manager
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