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    AWS – IAM Groups

    IAM Groups An IAM Group is a collection of users. Group specifies the permission for a collection of users, and it also makes it possible to manage the permissions easily for those users. You created a group known as Admin and assigned the permissions to the group that administrators typically need. Any user joins the admin group; then the user will have all the permissions that are assigned to the group. If a new user joins the organization, then he should have administrator privileges, and you can assign the appropriate permissions by adding him to the group. If a person…

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    AWS – IAM Role Use Cases

    IAM Role Use Cases There are two ways to use the roles: IAM Console: When IAM Users working in the IAM Console and want to use the role, then they access the permissions of the role temporarily. An IAM Users give up their original permissions and take the permissions of the role. When IAM User exits the role, their original permissions are restored. Programmatic Access: An AWS service such as Amazon EC2 instance can use role by requesting temporary security credentials using the programmatic requests to AWS. An IAM Role can be used in the following ways: IAM User: IAM Roles are used…

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    AWS – IAM Roles

    What is an IAM Role? A role is a set of permissions that grant access to actions and resources in AWS. These permissions are attached to the role, not to an IAM User or a group. An IAM User can use a role in the same AWS account or a different account. An IAM User is similar to an IAM User; role is also an AWS identity with permission policies that determine what the identity can and cannot do in AWS. A role is not uniquely associated with a single person; it can be used by anyone who needs it.…

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    AWS – IAM Identities

    IAM Identities IAM identities are created to provide authentication for people and processes in your aws account. IAM identities are categorized as given below: IAM Users IAM Groups IAM Roles AWS Account Root User When you first create an AWS account, you create an account as a root user identity which is used to sign in to AWS. You can sign to the AWS Management Console by entering your email address and password. The combination of email address and password is known as root user credentials. When you sign in to AWS account as a root user, you have unrestricted access…

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    AWS – What is SAML?

    What is SAML? SAML stands for Security Assertion Markup language. Generally, users need to enter a username and password to login in any application. SAML is a technique of achieving Single Sign-On (SSO). Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an XML-based framework that allows the identity providers to provide the authorization credentials to the service provider. With SAML, you need to enter one security attribute to log in to the application SAML is a link between the authentication of the user’s identity and authorization to use a service. SAML provides a service known as Single Sign-On means that users have to…

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    AWS – What is IAM?

    What is IAM? IAM stands for Identity Access Management. IAM allows you to manage users and their level of access to the aws console. It is used to set users, permissions and roles. It allows you to grant access to the different parts of the aws platform. AWS Identity and Access Management is a web service that enables Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers to manage users and user permissions in AWS. With IAM, Organizations can centrally manage users, security credentials such as access keys, and permissions that control which AWS resources users can access. Without IAM, Organizations with multiple users…

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    AWS – Basic Architecture

    Amazon Web Services – Basic Architecture This is the basic structure of AWS EC2, where EC2 stands for Elastic Compute Cloud. EC2 allow users to use virtual machines of different configurations as per their requirement. It allows various configuration options, mapping of individual server, various pricing options, etc. We will discuss these in detail in AWS Products section. Following is the diagrammatic representation of the architecture. Note − In the above diagram S3 stands for Simple Storage Service. It allows the users to store and retrieve various types of data using API calls. It doesn’t contain any computing element. We will discuss this topic in detail…

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    AWS – Global Infrastructure

    Amazon Web Services Global Infrastructure AWS is a cloud computing platform that is globally available. Global infrastructure is a region around the world in which AWS is based. Global infrastructure is a bunch of high-level IT services which is shown below: AWS is available in 24 regions, 77 availability zones, 210+ Edge Locations, and 12 Regional Edge Caches in October 2020. The following are the components that make up the AWS infrastructure: Availability Zones Region Edge locations Regional Edge Caches Availability zone as a Data Center An availability zone is a facility that can be somewhere in a country or…

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    AWS – Features

    The following are the features of AWS: Flexibility Cost-effective Scalable and elastic Secure Experienced 1) Flexibility The difference between AWS and traditional IT models is flexibility. The traditional models used to deliver IT solutions that require large investments in a new architecture, programming languages, and operating system. Although these investments are valuable, it takes time to adopt new technologies and can also slow down your business. The flexibility of AWS allows us to choose which programming models, languages, and operating systems are better suited for their project, so we do not have to learn new skills to adopt new technologies. Flexibility…

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    AWS – Cloud Computing

    In 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) started to offer IT services to the market in the form of web services, which is nowadays known as cloud computing. With this cloud, we need not plan for servers and other IT infrastructure which takes up much of time in advance. Instead, these services can instantly spin up hundreds or thousands of servers in minutes and deliver results faster. We pay only for what we use with no up-front expenses and no long-term commitments, which makes AWS cost-efficient. Today, AWS provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers a multitude of…

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