AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a service that allows AWS customers to manage user access and permissions for their accounts, as well as available APIs/services within AWS. IAM can manage users and security credentials (such as API access keys), and allow users to access AWS resources.
In this lab, we will walk through the foundations of IAM. We’ll focus on user and group management, as well as how to assign access to specific resources using IAM-managed policies. We’ll learn how to find the login URL, where AWS users can log in to their account, and explore this from a real-world use case perspective.
Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Add the Users to the Proper Groups
Add the following users to their proper groups:
user-1should be in the
user-2should be in the
user-3should be in the
- Use the IAM Sign-In Link to Sign In as a User
Copy the IAM user sign-in link in the AWS console, open an incognito window, and sign in as
user-3with the passwords provided on the lab page.