Learn how to deploy multi-tier applications on AWS using Elastic Beanstalk in this complete step-by-step guide, with full access to our sample application source code bundle.
Learn the fundamentals of IAM and how you can protect your AWS account by granting access based on the principle of least privilege.
Learn how to securely manage and administer your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, edge devices, on-premises servers, and virtual machines (VMs) with AWS Systems Manager’s Session Manager.
AWS System Manager Run Command, you are able to remotely and securely administer your EC2 Instances and on-premises servers, without using bastion hosts or SSH/RDP clients, thereby increasing your overall security posture.
AWS Control Tower enables you to orchestrate and govern your multi-account environment. With AWS Control Tower, you can deploy mandatory and elective controls to ensure compliance and governance against aligned to industry standard best practices and fulfil any regulatory requirements.
Learn how to configure AWS Control Tower for existing AWS Organizations and AWS accounts to help you leverage recommended best practices and governance for your multi-account environment.
In this how-to guide, we demonstrate how you can prevent privilege escalations using AWS IAM permission boundaries. IAM permission boundaries are policies that define the maximum level of permissions that can be applied to an IAM user or role.
In this video, we demonstrate how to automatically start and stop your EC2 instances using AWS Lambda and Amazon EventBridge. Designed to help you optimise for costs when working with On-Demand EC2 instances, this operational task is a key tool to help you stay aligned with the AWS Well-Architected Framework.
In this video, we demonstrate how you can enable your IAM Users to log in to the AWS Management Console, access the My Security Credentials page, and then manage their own IAM security features such as change passwords, rotate access keys, and more importantly set up and configure their own Multi-Factor Authentication.
In this video, we take you through a demonstration of how to configure Cross-Account Access between two AWS Accounts. The purpose of Cross-Account Access is to allow identities in one account access to services and resources in another account. Such cross-account...