How to edit your IAM in AWS

  1. Granular permission different permissions can be granted to different people for different resources
  2. Security
  3. Identity Federation it allows the users who already have passwords to get temporary access to ur AWS account
  4. Eventually consistent Data is available at multiple AZ(availability zone)
  5. Free to use

This lets you control access on a more granular level, you can specify if EC2 or something else are whats important for access.

then we click “Create User”

Download .csv
It will have these credentials

You can click on the “Console login link” or the link provided, and then sign in using the username and password generated.

After that, you should be in.

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