Friday, 21 December 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk includes Tag-Based Authorization

Now, AWS Elastic Beanstalk provides extra access control with tag-based authorization. This enables you to command access related to tags with the help of your current AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies and getting benefits of the global condition keys for RequestTag/tag-key, ResourceTag/tag-key, and TagKeys. Earlier, you could only command access to Elastic Beanstalk resources and tasks related to use of unique resource identifiers (ARNs), that needed manual authorization updates as your Elastic Beanstalk resources altered. Tags are easy labels containing of a customer-defined key and an alternative value that can make it simple to handle, search for, and filter resources. However there are no intrinsic types of tags, they allow customers to classify resources by motive, owner, or other criteria. To know more information about,tags refer Controlling Access to Elastic Beanstalk Resources Using Tags. See AWS global region table for an entire list of AWS Regions where AWS Elastic Beanstalk is obtainable.

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