For AWS Admins: How to Create an IAM Role in AWS for ParkMyCloud
If you are new to creating IAM Roles within the AWS console, here is an instructional video on how to create a role within your AWS account for the ParkMyCloud application.
A couple of things to note:
- IAM Roles are the preferred approach by AWS
- When you attach a policy to the role, we recommend using the minimal permissions necessary to get the job done. You can find a couple examples here.
Simple ParkMyCloud Policies for IAM Roles or IAM Users
Here are a few simple policies you can attach to your IAM Roles or IAM Users, which grant them the minimum permissions necessary to run ParkMyCloud. You can use any of these as an Inline Policy for specific users or groups, or you can create this as ...
Setting Up OneLogin As An IdP Server for ParkMyCloud
The purpose of this article is to guide you in setting up OneLogin as an Identity Provider (IdP). For more information, consult the OneLogin Documentation. Spoiler Alert: Using the semi-automated configuration approach (uploading an IdP metadata ...
How to Create a Dedicated ParkMyCloud IAM User within AWS
How to Create a Dedicated ParkMyCloud IAM User within AWS The procedure outlined below, will help you create a dedicated IAM user within AWS, which sits outside of any groups and is locked down to very restrictive policies. You can use a credential ...
For Users: How to Add an AWS Account to ParkMyCloud Using IAM Roles
With the release of v2.3, ParkMyCloud supports adding AWS accounts to the application using IAM Roles. This instructional video walks you through the process.
Setting Up Ping Identity As An IdP Server for ParkMyCloud
The purpose of this article is to guide you in setting up Ping as an Identity Provider (IdP). In this example we will use PingOne for SaaS applications. For more information, consult the Ping Documentation. To start with, log in to ParkMyCloud as a ...