Join Brian Eiler for an in-depth discussion in this video Resource-based policies, part of Amazon Web Services: Implementing and Troubleshooting PaaS Products.
- [Instructor] Now we've looked at different policies…that control what a user or a group can do,…maybe even a role, but what if I want to assign a policy…specifically to an S3 Bucket or an EC2 Instance?…That's what we call a resource-based policy.…Resource-based policies define exactly what…can be done and under what conditions.…They are not attached to different IAM identities…and they have to be attached to specific resources.…
So resource-based policies are more or less…a way to put a limitation or parameters as to…who can use this resource and what can it do?…So things like knitting together multiple services…or making it possible, for say,…an Amazon EC2 Instance to write to an S3 Bucket.…Now something worth noting is that resource-based policies…are inline policies only, meaning…the resource-based policy is not its own object in IAM.…
- Creating an IAM user, group, and role
- Using the IAM policy simulator
- IAM best practices
- Components of CloudFormation
- Benefits of Elastic Beanstalk
- Working with OpsWorks
- OpsWorks for Chef Automate and Puppet Enterprise
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Identity and Access Management
3. Elastic Beanstalk
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