Setting up a new project account: one task, multiple templates | by Teri Radichel | Cloud Security | December 2023


ACM.422 Creating a standalone account and resources to work on a separate project in an AWS organization

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 wondered why it took me so long to write code. I needed to think for a minute about what would help me move forward faster.

In the previous post, I created a new project account with a specific name that matches the project I’m setting it up for.

In this article, I’ll walk you through how I automated the setup of this account. As for the code, I’m thinking of releasing a tool at a future conference. It’s a ton of work. I need to clean everything up before uploading it to GitHub.

I use my container this requires a MAE token every time executes a deployment task:

and CloudFormation micromodels – a concept I invented and described in previous articles.

Why might you need a project-specific account?

Let’s say you’re working on a new top secret project. Perhaps you are working on an M&A (mergers and…

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