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"""Platform Engineer with his head in the AWS clouds, authored chapter in the PowerShell Conference Book 1 & 2, co-founder of the PowerShell user group in the South Coast of England, fan and user of Python"""


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  1. Remove users and groups in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) with PowerShell

    Identity and Access Management (IAM) in AWS is not just about creating users and groups. You must also consider renaming and removal of users and groups. My last article focused on the creation of these items. In this one, I will be looking at other administration tasks. Dealing with unused groups, users with additional policies...…


  2. IAM administration in AWS with PowerShell

    Identity and Access Management (IAM) in AWS enables managing users, groups, and their permissions. With IAM, we can create users, remove them, and assign permissions to different services. By using the AWSPowerShell.NetCore module, we are able to perform these tasks from the command line. With reusable code, the administrator can automate and perform these tasks...…


  3. N2WS Backup & Recovery for AWS

    N2WS Backup & Recovery lets you back up data in Amazon Web Services (AWS) automatically as often as required while also providing quick recovery. Data backup and data recovery are important parts of running and protecting your business. Data loss can be detrimental, causing application downtime, requiring you to do work twice, forcing you to...…


  4. AWS AMI discovery with PowerShell

    Using PowerShell is one way of finding available Amazon Machine Images (AMIs). The two main cmdlets Amazon’s AWSPowerShell.NetCore module provides are Get-EC2Image and Get-EC2ImageByName. Get-EC2Image uses the powerful type Amazon.EC2.Model.Filter to allow detailed filtering. By looking at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) documentation, you can see the many filtering options available. In this article, we...…


  5. AWS lifecycle rules on S3 buckets with PowerShell

    One of the features Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) provides to storage buckets is lifecycle rules. You can use a lifecycle rule to remove or archive objects. I will be looking at creating a lifecycle rule with PowerShell to remove objects from a S3 bucket. Creating a lifecycle rule is a good way to automate...…