What you can do in IAM
You can access the AWS platform in 3 ways;
• pragmatic way
• Via the Console Programmatically (Using the Command Line)
• Using the Software Developers Kit (SDK)
The policy is in JSON format
IAM stands for Identity Access Management. It is Global, you do not specify a region when dealing with IAM. When you create a user or group, this is created GLOBALLY.
Your root account is the email address you used to set up your
AWS account. The root account always has full administrator
access. You should not give these account credentials away to
anyone. Instead, create a user for each individual within your
organization. You should always secure this root account using
A group is simply a place to store your users. Your users will inherit all permissions that the group has. Examples of groups might be developers, system administrators, human resources, finance etc.
“name”: “Alvis F”