How to configure SAML for AWS SSO?

Andreas Wittig – 03 Dec 2020

AWS SSO is a great way to grant engineers access to AWS accounts. By default, AWS SSO comes with a built in user database. However, it is also possible to configure identity federation via SAML. Doing so allows you to re-use existing users and groups.

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In this video you will learn how to configure identity federation for AWS Single Sign On (SSO) with SAML. The video includes demos for Google Workspace and Azure AD.

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