Tuesday, 7 August 2018

You can now set up permission based on the event metadata in AWS Personal Health Dashboard

AWS Personal Health Dashboard adds support for the Fine-grained Access control through IAM policy conditions. The fine-grained access control allows you to set up permissions that are based on the event metadata. This will allow you to deny and grant access to the AWS Identity and Access Management user that is based on the event types, event types of specified services or any other role-based types of events. With AWS Personal Health Dashboard you can now deliver remediation guidance or personalized alerts when the AWS detects that an event can affect you. You can also limit the access or the features with the fine-grained access control that allows you to give access to only the users that need to see them. 

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