🤓 AWS Organizations is a management account feature that allows you to create a more flexible hierarchical structure for your fleet of AWS accounts and resources in the form of Organizational Units (OUs).
🤓 Consider OUs to be a folder directory. On a shared file system, you may have folders for each department in your organisation. This adds context to the contents within a specific folder and makes it simpler to discover files. However, not everyone need access to each department’s records, such as sensitive employee information kept in an HR folder.
🤓 Role-based permissions may be used to safeguard folders: Create, Read, Update, and Delete. Sure, you might safeguard such files separately and maybe label them so that they are readily discovered in a flat-filing system, but that sort of solution fails at scale.
Use Cases of AWS Organizations 😎
✅ You may separate development and production accounts into independent groups and automate the creation of AWS accounts and combine workloads.
✅ Create an AWS Organizations Security OU to provide them read-only access to all of your resources.
✅ SCPs may be used to ensure that users in your accounts only do actions that comply with your security policies.
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