IAM Roles are also AWS Identity with permissions assigned to it. The unique benefit of IAM role is that it can be assigned to any person or AWS service too. For an Example, If we want to provide EC2 Instance access to Amazon S3 then we can provide accessby assigning roles to AWS service.
AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is one of the very popular, free to use, and significant web service that allows end users to manage users, groups, roles, credentials, Identity federation to allow corporate users to get temporary access to AWS account, multi factor authentication, and user permissions in AWS.
In the previous post, we have seen how to Activate Multi-factor Authentication on Root Account. In this post we will see how to to manage Users in AWS IAM.
In the previous post, we have seen how to Customize IAM users Sign-in Link. In this post we will see how to Activate Multi-factor Authentication on Root Account.
Login to AWS Management Console and Click on AWS IAM Service.
Immediately you will notice that there is a IAM users sign-in link available. It will be useful to all users created in this account to sign-in. But to be frank, it is numbers and not easy to remember is it?