AWS Identity Access Management (IAM) Practical Applications
What you'll learn
- Fundamentals of AWS Identity & Access Management
- IAM User, Group, Policy and Roles
- IAM use cases and when to apply IAM solutons
- AWS Organization
- IAM Best Practices
- Learn how to learn more about IAM
- AWS account to follow along the demo
- Basic understanding software & IT
- Familiarity with JSON
Welcome to Amazon Web Service’s Identity and Access Management course with focus on practical application to solve real word problems. The goal of this course is to give you hands on knowledge to use on your AWS project. By the end of this course, you will have skills to know how to build solutions using IAM and more importantly why you should apply certain design patterns to solve your problems.
The course is designed to start with the basic IAM building blocks that build upon one another towards more advanced concepts. There are a lot of demonstrations with quizzes and exercises to help you learn by doing. The major topics include IAM User, Group, Policy, Roles and AWS Organization Service. This course includes a lot of demonstrations on how to apply these features in the real world use cases such as tag based policy, cross account roles, federated access and much more.
This course is intended for a technical audience with some familiarity with AWS. Ideal learners are software engineers, solution architects and anyone who is building solutions in AWS. There is no prerequisite other than your curiosity and willingness to learn.
Who this course is for:
- Solution Architect
- Anyone building on AWS
I graduated with a mechanical engineering degree and started my career as a programmer 25 years ago. I built enterprise solutions for large organizations in the financial, retail and government sectors applying technology to solve real world problems. I’m a lifelong learner and curious to explore new technology. I’m grateful for all those who helped me in my career and want to pay forward to help others. I enjoy hiking, biking and exploring national parks.