Blog posts tagged #identity-federation-for-aws



Identity Federation for AWS 2.8

Steffen Opel on 
Identity Federation for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Identity Federation for AWS 2.8 – this release adds support for Confluence, and adds support for a destination URL to the AWS Management Console Single Sign-On (SSO) API. You can now use the AWS Resources macro to create dashboards and share deep links to the AWS Management console with your team. Get started quickly with the AWS Resources blueprint to provide example dashboards for AWS services and resources and AWS account management.



Identity Federation for AWS 2.7

Steffen Opel on 
Identity Federation for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Identity Federation for AWS 2.7 – this release continues our journey towards increased usability and easier onboarding. It adds explicit handling of the non standard AWS partitions AWS China and AWS GovCloud (US), and updates the provided CloudFormation templates to ease provisioning of AWS resources. You can now opt in to and out of non standard AWS partitions, and you can provision AWS resources with CloudFormation templates using improvements like YAML format and simplified string substitution.




Identity Federation for AWS 2.5

Steffen Opel on 
Identity Federation for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Identity Federation for AWS 2.5 – this release adds an option to the AWS Credentials Variables task in Bamboo for returning AWS IAM caller identity details so that these can be made available to other tools by injecting them via variables into AWS unaware tasks like the Bamboo Script task, and adds a REST API for AWS IAM caller identity details.


Identity Federation for AWS 2.4

Steffen Opel on 
Identity Federation for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Identity Federation for AWS 2.4 – this release adds an Amazon ECR Credentials Variables task to Bamboo for providing temporary Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR) authentication credentials to other tools by injecting them via variables into AWS unaware tasks like the Bamboo Docker task, adds a REST API for temporary Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR) authentication credentials, and adds support for assuming another IAM role from EC2 instance profile credentials used by an Elastic Bamboo agent.