There are many reasons why you might need your AWS Account ID:
- If you sign in to an AWS account as an IAM user, you must have your account ID
- Many AWS resources include the Account ID in their Amazon Resource Names (ARNs).
There are multiple ways to retrieve your Account ID.
Networking in AWS is complicated. Understanding AWS networking concepts and how they work together is essential to ensure that your services are secure and have internet connectivity.
Before looking at the differences between Public & Private subnets, let’s go through AWS networking fundamentals.
AWS provides the RDS Free Tier as part of the AWS Free Tier to help new customers get started with a managed database service for free. You can choose from any of the database engines that RDS supports:
- SQL Server
AWS Identify and Access Management (IAM) provides fine-grained permissions to AWS services and resources.
In this article, we will take a closer look at the following IAM concepts:
What is AWS Key Management Service (KMS)?
AWS Key Management Service (KMS) is a foundational AWS service that can create and manage cryptographic keys. KMS provides a single control point from where you can manage your keys.
KMS keys have a lot of applications across various AWS services like: