ConsoleMe is a web service that makes AWS IAM permissions and credential management easier for end-users and cloud administrators.
ConsoleMe provides numerous ways to log in to the AWS Console.
An IAM Self-Service Wizard lets users request IAM permissions in plain English. Cross-account resource policies will be automatically generated, and can be applied with a single click for certain resource types.
Cloud administrators can create/clone IAM roles and natively manage IAM roles, users, inline/managed policies, S3 Buckets, SQS queues, and SNS topics across hundreds of accounts in a single interface.
Users can access most of your cloud resources in the AWS Console with a single click. Cloud administrators can configure ConsoleMe to authenticate users through ALB Authentication, OIDC/OAuth2, or SAML.
… And more. Check out our docs to get started.
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Third Party Mentions
- Achieving least-privilege at FollowAnalytics with Repokid, Aardvark and ConsoleMe
- Netflix’s ConsoleMe local installation on Linux machine
- Improving database security at FollowAnalytics with AWS IAM database authentication and ConsoleMe
- Awesome IAM Policy Tools
- Netflix on AWS Case Study
- Netflix Open Sources ConsoleMe to Manage Permissions and Access on AWS