Amazon Web Services (AWS) Single Sign-On (SSO) provides centralized user access management and authentication across multiple AWS accounts and business applications. It simplifies user access by allowing users to sign in once to a central identity source, such as Microsoft Active Directory, and then access multiple AWS accounts without needing to sign in again.
Here’s a general overview of how AWS SSO login works:
1. Set Up AWS SSO:
– Sign in to the AWS Management Console using your AWS account.
– Open the AWS SSO console and configure AWS SSO settings, such as your identity source (e.g., Microsoft Active Directory) and any user attributes you want to use.
2. Configure User Access:
– Define permission sets that determine the access level for users, such as which AWS accounts and roles they can access.
– Assign users or groups of users to these permission sets.
3. User SSO Login:
– Users navigate to the AWS SSO user portal URL provided by your organization.
– They enter their credentials (e.g., username and password).
– AWS SSO authenticates the user against the configured identity source.
– Once authenticated, users can choose the AWS accounts and roles they have been granted access to.
Please note that AWS services and features are frequently updated. The specifics of AWS SSO functionality, setup, and integration may have evolved since my last update.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information on setting up and using AWS SSO, refer to the official AWS documentation and resources:
– [AWS SSO Documentation](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/singlesignon/latest/userguide/what-is.html)
– [Getting Started with AWS Single Sign-On](https://aws.amazon.com/single-sign-on/getting-started/)
– [AWS SSO User Guide](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/singlesignon/latest/userguide/what-is.html)
Additionally, if you’re looking for specific instructions on how to perform IAM user SSO login in AWS, you should refer to the most recent AWS documentation or reach out to AWS support for assistance.