This AWS identity and access management tutorial teaches you everything you need to know about securely controlling access to AWS network resources. You'll learn to think through the problem of how to give your users access to the resources they need, but not too much, and the AWS tools that make it easy to manage.
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Azure IAM Tutorial FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Anyone who works with AWS should take this course, even if you don't work in a technical capacity. It's critical to network security that everyone understands what access management is. Plus, network operations go more smoothly when everyone understands how AWS manages authentication. This course is an essential primer in IT skills networking professionals will use throughout their career.
Not directly, no, this course isn't designed to prepare you for any particular certification, although many of Amazon's certifications will be significantly easier after you take it. Learning how to manage and configure IAM in AWS is a skill that applies to many different jobs and positions, many of which have an associated AWS certification.
This course can help with the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, a foundational certification that proves someone has basic fluency with the AWS cloud – even non-technical employees can benefit from it. For IT professionals further in their career, the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate has portions related to what you'll learn on this course about AWS IAM.
You should take this course so that you know how to talk about, think with, navigate and configure identities using AWS in particular, and how to provide your users with the appropriate accesses. Managing who has access to what information in your network is crucial for IT professionals who work in networking, security, systems and server administration.