AWS SSO Access for Linux?
Looking to determine best method to access AWS Linux (RHEL 8) EC2 Instances via SSO. I have found this resource [here] (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/configure-aws-sso-abac-for-ec2-instances-and-systems-manager-session-manager/), but it still requires the creation of local user’s in each target instance. Windows handles the incoming SSO users well via Systems Manager, but not Linux.
Why cant you use AWS SSM Session manager to access linux servers?
I can, but would like to authenticate using SSO - like you can using Windows via Systems Manage and SSO.
You can use SSO to federate into AWS, with the permission for SSO.
@Rodney Lester, yes I am using SSO to login to the subordinate AWS account console. After which, I can login to a Windows EC2 Instance using the same federated account by using the SSO option in Session Manager. Unfortunately, this option is not available for Linux.
How can I login using this federated user into the Linux EC2 Instance?
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