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 access can be configured to allow one business to the AWS services of another business. For example, an IT Service provider needs to log in to your AWS account to configure some services for you.

Another use case is where you have different accounts for different types of workloads.  For example, if a Developer may need to log into the Production Account to deploy an application that has passed all rigorous testing and is ready to roll out.

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