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AWS Single Sign-On Admin

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Version: 2020-07-20


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Description

Amazon Web Services Single Sign On (SSO) is a cloud SSO service that makes it easy to centrally manage SSO access to multiple Amazon Web Services accounts and business applications. This guide provides information on SSO operations which could be used for access management of Amazon Web Services accounts. For information about Amazon Web Services SSO features, see the Amazon Web Services Single Sign-On User Guide. Many operations in the SSO APIs rely on identifiers for users and groups, known as principals. For more information about how to work with principals and principal IDs in Amazon Web Services SSO, see the Amazon Web Services SSO Identity Store API Reference.

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