Solve the error: Missing the following required SSO configuration values: sso_start_url, sso_region, sso_role_name, sso_account_id.
The error An error occurred (ForbiddenException) when calling the GetRoleCredentials operation: No access likely happens if you do the following: In order to fix the error in your AWS CLI, you need to verify if the profile configuration is still correct. You do that by checking the ~/.aws/config file and making sure the following SSO […]
Switching between different AWS profiles is a common task for those managing multiple AWS accounts. Whether you’re a developer working on various projects or an administrator overseeing different environments, knowing how to switch profiles using the AWS CLI can save you time and streamline your workflow. To temporarily switch profiles using the AWS CLI, you […]
In this blog post you’ll learn how to identify your current IAM user or role and then use that information to list all the permissions that have been granted.
In this blog post we will dive deeper in one of the easiest methods to assume an IAM role and show you how you can open AWS STS sessions in the AWS CLI and AWS Console.
In this blog post, we will walk you through creating an IAM role that utilizes multiple principals using the AWS CDK.
In this guide, we will walk you through four methods of specifying credentials in Boto3, starting from the basic approaches of using environment variables and shared credential files to the more advanced and scalable solutions such as AWS IAM roles.
This cheat sheet shows a complete overview of 300+ Amazon Resource Names (ARNs) references that you can apply to IAM policies within AWS.
In this blog post, we’ll dive deeper to find out what the differences are between the Amazon ECS task role and the Amazon ECS task execution role.