Learn how to setup an AWS organization.
- [Instructor] AWS Organizations is…a relatively new service.…It allows for policy-based management…for multiple AWS accounts…and importantly, it allows for consolidated billing.…I can see this having a great utility…in situations where you have separate AWS accounts…for different environments such as one for dev,…one for test, one for stage, and one for production.…I actually had this in a recent IoT scenario…because in the case of IoT, there's only one endpoint…for the IoT broker for each Amazon account.…
We didn't want to clutter up the prod…with the other messages as we were developing the product.…I'm sure there'll be other scenarios…for which this is useful.…We actually really could have used this…a year and a half ago when I was working on this project.…I'm really happy to see the service be available.…It also allows for automated account creation.…Now you can see in the diagram here…that there are some concepts around organizations.…I recommend that you read the documentation.…In fact, we'll just start there so that I can point you to…
- Security and governance approaches
- Service cost predictability
- Protecting data in-flight and at-rest
- IAM best practices
- Security via AWS Inspector, AWS Trusted Advisor, and AWS KMS
- Console tools for cost control
- Total service costs for AWS
- Using the AWS billing dashboard
- Third-party security and governance tools
- Approaches to security and cost control
Skill Level Advanced
1. Security and Governance Approaches
2. Security and Governance for Services
3. AWS Tools for Security and Governance
4. Advanced and Third-Party Tools
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