There are several features of AWS that are little known or unexplored by the majority of rims using the AWS platform. In this article, as part of an introduction to AWSs platform series, we cover the Security Token Service (STS). We will look at use cases and features of this service and consider the benefits it may offer its users.
Today in our final installment, Part 5, we’re going to address how to troubleshoot IAM problems.
In this Part 4, we’ll wrap up the discussion with some tips on logging IAM events with AWS CloudTrail and how to troubleshoot IAM problems.
This article concludes the discussion of migrating a VM to the Amazon cloud by looking at the import process.
In this, Part 3, we will continue the discussion of policies with some specifics about how you work with managed policies using the AWS Management Console and the AWS command line interface,
In this, Part 2, we’re going to delve more deeply into the subject of IAM policies, permissions, and roles, as well as how to integrate IAM into a federated environment.
This article looks at areas you need to consider to secure worloads in AWS.
In Part 1 of this article, we provide an overview of what AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is and how it works.
In part one of the article series we looked at Amazon Web Services share in the AWS Shared Responsibility Model. In this article we will try to better understand the customer responsibilities and consider best practices the customer should consider following to ensure his/her responsibilities are effectively met and security maintained.
In this article series we will consider the AWS Shared Responsibility Model to better understand the customer responsibilities and those of AWS when utilising their services and how the security benchmarks are achievable through a shared responsibility approach.
This article continues the series on importing virtual machines into the Amazon cloud by discussing the virtual machine export process.
In this article we will focus and cover some more advanced features of the container platforms and their role in the next generation of cloud services and hosting.
In this Part 3, we will move on to discuss Amazon’s DynamoDB services, which would be your database option of choice for less structured and less predictable data that doesn’t lend itself to the traditional SQL-based tabular model.
This article continues the discussion of migrating a virtual machine to the Amazon cloud by discussing the prep work that must be done prior to migrating a Windows virtual machine.
In part one of the series we consider how containers have changed the way in which we approach virtualisation and begin to understand the relationship between Docker and Amazon and how the two technologies from each entity fit together to extend and support each other.
This article continues the discussion of virtual machine migrations by explaining some of the prep work that must be performed prior to a migration.