Thursday, 3 August 2017

AWS added Example Policies to the IAM documentation

Amazon has added Example Policies so the customers can create fine grained Access Management (IAM) policies and AWS identity. The Example policies contain thirty examples in the IAM documentation so that to handle access to the AWS Cloud Resources. It will supply you with the policy templates by specifying particular resources and customize the conditions in your policies. The Example policies that supply with templates so to handle the permission across services such as AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon EC2, IAM, Amazon RDS and Amazon S3. These policies were made on the basis of the customer’s feedback. This is available in all AWS Regions. 

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