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FND206-R1 - [REPEAT 1] Delegating permissions management using IAM permissions boundaries

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As organizations grow, administrators want to allow trusted employees to configure and manage IAM permissions so their organizations can scale permission management and move workloads to AWS faster. In this session, we introduce permissions boundaries—a powerful tool that controls the maximum permissions an employee can grant—and we demonstrate how to use them to delegate permissions to developers. We also help customers implement a use case for permissions boundaries and help them delegate permissions to their developers. Attendees should know how to create IAM permissions policies, users, and roles.

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    Chalk Talk
    Boston Convention Center