Amazon Web Services (AWS)

As the tech juggernaut continues its meteoric rise, Amazon's Web Services (AWS) have become the most widely used cloud infrastructure solution worldwide. The challenge IT admins have with AWS, however, is federating user access to the solution. Here's how you can with ease.

AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

AWS Cloud Directory vs Directory-as-a-Service

There’s recently been some confusion differences between AWS Cloud Directory vs JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service in the marketplace. Let's explore.

AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

Future of Managing AWS® Servers

AWS has over a million users, and their growth is not showing any signs of slowing down. So, what is the future of managing AWS servers?

AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

Unified Access Management for AWS Servers

The move to cloud servers has many IT admins implementing workarounds to keep their AD instance functioning. Now, there's an option to implement unified access management for AWS servers instead.

AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

AWS Server User Management as a Service

Amazon is the most dominant IaaS providers currently. However, it creates challenges with Identity Management. AWS server user management solves that.

AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

What is AWS?

What is AWS? AWS is a Cloud IaaS platform offering compute power, data storage, and a wide array of IT solutions and utilities for modern organizations.

AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

Syncing AWS and GitHub User Accounts

As DevOps takes hold in most organizations, IT admins and DevOps engineers are searching for ways to sync user accounts from resources like AWS and GitHub.