Setting up Read-Only Access to S3 using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

By Imran Ahmed

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A common problem with a very simple solution. Let’s say that you have an IAM user that you’ve created, and you want to provide that user read-only access to an S3 bucket. An example of this that may be common is for those vendors, such as Newvem, that request programmatic access to your billing data.

For beginners, the format and implementation may be confusing or challenging. Many of the basic policies you may attach to a user or group can be found under Policy Templates. These are, however, very limited and tend to tackle access in a very broad sense. Always …read more

From: Clearpath Solutions Group Blog

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