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The easiest way to set up and manage your AWS account

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Is to use the AWS Management Console. The console provides a graphical user interface (GUI) that you can use to access and manage all of your AWS resources, including configuring settings, creating and deleting resources, and managing permissions. You can also use the console to monitor your account activity and track your usage charges.

If you’re new to AWS, we recommend that you start by using the console to set up your account. For more information, see Setting Up Your AWS Account.

To get started with the console, sign in to your AWS account and open the Amazon EC2 console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ec2/.

What is AWS Config?

AWS Config is a service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources. Config Rules enables you to create rules that automatically check the configuration of your AWS resources against desired settings.

For example, you can create a rule that checks whether an Amazon S3 bucket is publicly accessible. If the rule finds that the bucket is not publicly accessible, AWS Config can send an Amazon SNS notification to alert you.

AWS Config also enables you to track changes to your resources over time. For example, you can use AWS Config to track the creation of a new Amazon EC2 instance.

How AWS Config works

AWS Config is a service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources. AWS Config collects configuration data for your resources from various AWS services, including Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and Amazon VPC.

Config Rules enables you to create rules that automatically check the configuration of your AWS resources against desired settings.

For example, you can create a rule that checks whether an Amazon S3 bucket is publicly accessible. If the rule finds that the bucket is not publicly accessible, AWS Config can send an Amazon SNS notification to alert you.

AWS Config also enables you to track changes to your resources over time. For example, you can use AWS Config to track the creation of a new Amazon EC2 instance. Config data is stored in an Amazon S3 bucket that you specify. The data is encrypted at rest with a customer-supplied key.

AWS Config also supports the collection of configuration data for resources in hybrid environments. In a hybrid environment, AWS Config can collect configuration data from both on-premises resources and AWS resources.

Getting started with AWS Config

To get started with AWS Config, sign in to your AWS account and open the Amazon EC2 console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ec2/.

In the Amazon EC2 console, select AWS Config from the services menu.

On the AWS Config page, select Get Started.

AWS Config displays a list of resources that it can monitor. Select the types of resources that you want to track, and then select Save.

You can now view the configuration data for your resources on the AWS Config page.

The benefits of AWS Config

AWS Config provides the following benefits:

– You can use AWS Config to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources.

– You can use AWSConfig to track changes to your resources over time.

– You can use AWS Config to collect configuration data for resources in hybrid environments.

– AWS Config supports the collection of configuration data for resources in hybrid environments.

AWS Config is a service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources. AWS Config collects configuration data for your resources from various AWS services, including Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and Amazon VPC.

Config Rules enables you to create rules that automatically check the configuration of your AWS resources against desired settings.

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