Friday, 22 September 2017

Amazon Web Service Identity and Access Management can now be utilized to delete a Service Linked Role

Amazon Web Service had introduced service linked roles to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to offer an easy and secure way to transfer permissions to many Amazon Web Services. AWS Identity and Access Management had added support for deletion of service linked roles via the AWS IAM console and CLI/API. This will allow you to cancel permissions from the Amazon Web Service to manage and create AWS resource in the account. The AWS IAM validates that there are no resources in the account that are collaborated with that role when you delete the service linked roles. This avoids you to negligently canceling the permission required by the AWS service to manage the existing AWS resources which will ultimately help you maintain the resources in the stable state.  

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