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Once you create a Managed AD in an AWS account, you can share this AD with other accounts. This is a common use-case when you have AWS Managed Active Directory in a shared services account that needs to be shared with other workload accounts. The following are few points to keep in mind: Sharing to [...]

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In AWS, whether you perform an action from Console, use AWS CLI, use AWS SDK, or when a AWS service does an action on your behalf, all of those API activities are logged in AWS CloudTrail. This tutorials explains the following 7 essential AWS Cloudtrail best practices with examples on how to do it from [...]

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It is easier to manager AWS S3 buckets and objects from CLI. This tutorial explains the basics of how to manage S3 buckets and its objects using aws s3 cli using the following examples: For quick reference, here are the commands. For details on how these commands work, read the rest of the tutorial. # [...]

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In your AWS environment, for configuration management, you can use AWS OpsWorks which provides managed instances of either Chef or Puppet. You have the following three options when using AWS OpsWorks. AWS Opsworks for Chef Automate AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise AWS OpsWorks Stacks - This is for application modeling and management. You can model [...]

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To use AWS CLI, you need to first make sure your AWS access key credentials are configured properly. Once you have your AWS access_key_id and secret_access_key, you can either manually add them to the credentials file, or use aws configure command to set it up on your local machine. This tutorials explains all the options [...]

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