Deploying an AWS Account Using a Deployment Container | by Teri Radichel | Cloud Security | December 2023


ACM.413 Migrating my code from my POC to my container that requires MFA to run a deployment task

Part of my series on Automation of cybersecurity measures. AWS Organizations. I AM. Deploy a static website. THE Coded.

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In the last article I explained some problems I noticed while trying to write this article and a few others. When you delete resources deployed with CloudFormation, you cannot simply redeploy the stack.

I had to resolve some issues with my organizational units before continuing with this post. I initially showed you how I deployed organizational units for a parallel organization here:

I can do something similar to deploy accounts. First, I need to get an AWS account to deploy using my deployment container, so I need to migrate through my proof of concept (POC) code.

Existing script to deploy an account

I already have a template for deploying an account because I deployed my root organization account with it.


I’ll copy this into my orgadmin-root folder and use it as a basis to create my new files to deploy accounts in my organization virtually simultaneously (within the AWS quota — 5 accounts at a time):

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