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July 19, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Understand The Location Intelligence Tech Landscape And Get Over Your Maps

Our most recent location intelligence (LI) research takes a deep dive into the LI landscape. The report titled, “Now Tech: Location Intelligence Technologies, Q3 2019,” analyzes 34...

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Revolution Analytics

Watch keynote presentations from the useR!2019 conference

The keynote presentations from last week's useR!2019 conference in Toulouse are now available for everyone to view on YouTube. (The regular talks were also recorded and video should follow soon, and...

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July 18, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Prioritize Customer Value, Not Just Customer Experience

Eighty percent of marketing decision makers say that improving their customers’ experience is their top priority (it falls second place to “grow revenue” in popularity — 87% of...

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Forrester Blogs

Tap Consumer Energy To Drive Sustainable Innovation In Singapore

Singapore is recognized as one of the world’s most innovative hubs and as an innovation powerhouse in Asia: The 2018 Global Innovation Index ranks Singapore as the fifth most innovative market out of...

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Forrester Blogs

How CIOs Can Internally Drive Their Shift To #DigitalTransformation Driver

#CIOs who are looking to be the agents of #DigitalTransformation but aren’t perceived that way can overcome this — by taking a few key actions. And to learn more, read myself and David...

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Forrester Blogs

HP’s Transformation Was A Win For Customers, Culture, And Cost Savings

External market factors can make business success seem out of your control. But HP Inc. found that even in a difficult market, a well-established business can uncover opportunities for cost-saving...

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Forrester Blogs

Planes, Fuel, Seats, Bags, Meals, And Airline Profit — But What About CX?

True Or False? — Passenger Experience Drives Airline Profit! If you’d like to test yourself and your customer experience (CX)/marketing department on how well you can attest to the truth in the above...

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July 17, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Do Your Company’s Research Practices Lead To Better Decision Making?

“Understand your customers! Do research!” Anyone who has paid even a passing glance to the world of customer experience and user experience over the last decade has surely heard this mandate is one...

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Forrester Blogs

Customers Value Sustainability — Brands And Retailers Must, Too!

Is it just us, or is the conversation about retail social and environmental impact getting louder? My colleague Luis and I are certainly hearing a lot more about it. These are not new topics, of...

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Forrester Blogs

Why Temenos’ Acquisition Of A Small AI Software Vendor Is Relevant Beyond The Size Of Its Business

Temenos has announced that it has acquired Logical Glue, a small vendor of financial-services-specific AI software covering use cases like credit scoring and underwriting. While Logical Glue has been...

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Forrester Blogs

The Security Snapshot: Forrester Time Machine

At Forrester, it is our goal to be ahead of the market trends so we can advise clients on what is to come and how they should prepare. Each year, we publish a series of predictions reports about what...

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Forrester Blogs

Value For Customers: The New Frontier For CX Professionals

Most firms love to talk about the value of customers but don’t get value for customers right. That’s ironic because customers that get value create business value in return by increasing...

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July 16, 2019


Forrester Blogs

You Need A Design System — Here’s Why

A recent study on design maturity from InVision revealed something really interesting: that design team size is not predictive of a design team’s maturity. That is, it’s possible to dedicate a lot of...

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Forrester Blogs

One Medical Bridges Digital And Physical Experiences Inside — And Outside — The Doctor’s Office

One out of two US consumers encountered some type of setback or frustration with their healthcare.[i] While that captures just one moment in time of a consumer’s dissatisfaction with the patient...

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Forrester Blogs

Security Budgets In Asia Pacific, 2019

It has taken me 15 months and a LOT of travel, listening, and talking to feel confident enough to write this research for APAC. APAC is a unique region in its cultural, geographic, regulatory,...

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July 15, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Don’t Waste Your Creativity Spend As You Fight Digital Sameness

Is your CMO considering shifting investments in marketing technology toward the services of creative agencies, as Forrester recommends? You should find out — because one of two possible scenarios...

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Forrester Blogs

Low-Code Platform Pricing Is Broken

I am one of the 64% of developers who have yet to adopt a low-code development platform. My friends at other companies have implemented one of these platforms and report great results — much faster...

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Forrester Blogs

The Rising Tide Of Ransomware Requires A Commitment To Best Practices

Last week, the United States Conference of Mayors adopted a resolution against paying ransoms. What’s interesting about this is it’s creating what is essentially a vertical front of communities...

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Forrester Blogs

The Forrester Wave™: Loyalty Service Providers, Q3 2019 Is Now Live

Consumers are connected, empowered, and experimental. And loyalty programs aren’t as effective at driving emotional loyalty as marketers would like: Less than half of consumers agree that programs...

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Forrester Blogs

The Canada Customer Experience Index, 2019: Canada’s Best Year Yet

Modest Gains Amidst Stagnation Give Canadian CX Its Best Year Yet Forrester’s 2019 Canada Customer Experience Index (CX Index™) reveals that the overall quality of the Canadian customer experience...

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Forrester Blogs

FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Strategic Use Of Sponsorships Earns Nike The Marketer’s Golden Boot Turns out Nike was not an official World Cup sponsor — could have fooled us. Nike dominated viewer attention just as the US women...

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July 12, 2019


Forrester Blogs

AutoML Is A Must-Have For Scaling Machine Learning Across The Enterprise

Whether you want to empower non-data scientists to build predictive models or boost your existing data scientists’ productivity, automated machine learning (autoML) solutions can help every...

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Forrester Blogs

Accelerate AI — Now Tech: AI Consultancies In Asia Pacific, Q3 2019

With AI moving from novelty toward mainstream, the objectives for deploying AI-based solutions are shifting from technology showcases to generating repeatable business results. But challenges remain:...

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July 11, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Asia Pacific Online Video Advertising Spend Will Reach $53.7 Billion By 2023

Increasing internet penetration, better data infrastructure, and increasing adoption of 4G and now 5G are driving video consumption in Asia Pacific. The Asia Pacific region is a mix of heterogeneous...

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Forrester Blogs

Enterprise BI Platforms Are Low-Code App Dev’s Best Kept Secret

I recently had the privilege (not to mention a lot of fun) to participate in a brainstorming session with a large enterprise software vendor and my esteemed colleagues John Rymer, Rob Koplowitz, and...

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Forrester Blogs

Agile Marketing: It’s About Purpose, Then Process

This LinkedIn update sums up one of our core findings from research into how Agile methodology should be applied to a marketing organization. If you’re implementing Agile right in your...

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Big Data University

Scrum Ceremonies: Daily, Planning, Review, and Retrospective Meetings

What are scrum ceremonies?

Scrum is a framework for organizing work in a team. We use scrum ceremonies to organize all software development and course content creation at Cognitive Class.

Scrum is well suited for agile software development. It’s possible to use scrum to organize other kinds of teams. For example, The Rhesus Chart is a fun Sci-Fi novel by Charles Stross about a coven of vampires using Scrum to take over London. For now, my scrum experience is focused on software development.

Agile software development is a fuzzy term that encompasses everything that’s not waterfall software development; waterfall being a multi month cycle of planning-developing-testing with discreet stages. Scrum is a specific, iterative way of doing agile.

Scrum is composed of several scrum ceremonies:

  • Planning
  • Daily standup
  • Review or demo
  • Retrospective

Scrum is important both from a task-management perspective — what will I accomplish today? — and a project management perspective — when will the feature be finished?

Scrum ceremonies are used humourously in The Rhesus Chart by Charless Stross

As a vampire, Mhari needs to use Scrum to take over London

Who am I?

My name is Leons Petrazickis and I am a Platform Architect for Cognitive Class. Cognitive Class is an educational site that let you take free online courses in data science and AI at your pace and at your place. Course completion is rewarded with badges and recognized with certificates backed by IBM. Many courses have hands-on labs, and the technical underpinnings of that lab environment is my area of specialty.

We use scrum ceremonies at Cognitive Class both for organizing our software development and for organizing our course content creation.

I’m fifteen years into my career as a developer or, as they say in California, engineer. I’ve built a lot of cool things. In the context of our scrum, I am the Scrum Master.

Our team has many developers, data scientists, and paid interns. Scrum ceremonies have helped us organize our work and deliver results.

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Who are the stakeholders in scrum ceremonies?

There are three types of contributors in scrum:

  • Individual contributors.
  • The scrum master, who acts as a mentor.
  • The product owner, who insists on business value and deadlines.

Older descriptions of scrum divided people into pigs and chickens. Pigs have a lot of stake in a project and chickens contribute occasionally. All three above are pigs in that sense.

Planning and scheduling as scrum ceremonies

A key component of scrum is breaking up work into small chunks. If a feature is going to take more than two weeks to implement, it doesn’t fit in a scrum context. You need to break it up into smaller, self-contained features before you can start on it.

Once you have a backlog of small features, you can schedule and assign them into 1-week or 2-week sprints for your team. It is seldom sensible to plan more than one sprint in advance. As Helmuth von Moltke observed, no plan survives contact with the enemy.

Low tech is often best for managing a small backlog. There are many software tools for planning work, but the closer the tools are to post-its on a whiteboard, the more effective they will be, at least from a task management perspective. Post-its on a whiteboard are less valuable from a project management perspective which is more concerned with due dates and velocity of work.

A feature has to be described as a user story. Purely technical tasks aren’t stories, nor are simple bug fixes. A story takes the following format:

As a [role], [name] needs [feature description] in order to [benefit description].

For example:

As a data scientist, Alice need a visualization library in order to communicate the key data in her reports to executives.

Or

As a miser, Ebeneezer Scrooge needs three ghost visits in order to learn to be a nicer person.

Daily standup as a scrum ceremony

The daily standup can be eponymous with scrum itself — often we just call it the scrum.

The reason it’s a “stand” “up” is because people who are standing are uncomfortable and so less likely to ramble about unrelated topics. Stands ups have to be quick to not waste people’s time. There’s rarely a true need for someone to say more than three sentences in a standup.

The traditional standup consists of every person speaking in turn and answering these three questions:

  1. What did I accomplish yesterday?
  2. What will I accomplish today?
  3. Am I blocked by something?

An important phrase to remember for a scrum master: “Let’s discuss that AFTER we finish the stand up.”

As a scrum master, my role is to mentor everyone on the team. The scrum master should help individual contributors get past any roadblocks, as well as recognize architectural, security, technical and other challenges in work descriptions.

This year my focus has shifted from scrum being used to organize developers working on a shared project to something more like a Scrum of Scrums being used to organized our interns each working on their own individual project. There, another question becomes important:

  1. When will I finish all my work in this sprint?

“Finished” is a contentious word. To a developer, “finished” can sound the same as “development-complete”, but that doesn’t finish the user story. “Finished” means “available to the person named in the story”. Your feature is not finished until it’s available in all the production environments to all the end users.

Review as a scrum ceremony

One way to prove that a new feature that you delivered is finished is to demonstrate it to the rest of the team. The more unconnected everyone’s projects are, the more important it is to have regular demos. The demos communicate the value and nature of your work to your teammates.

The end of a sprint is a good time to demo.

Retrospective as a scrum ceremony

After the team finishes a big release, it’s good to discuss what worked and what didn’t, what was learned and what mistakes were made. The discussion should be blameless — not in the sense that you need to anonymize faux pas, but in the sense that we all make mistakes and that every mistake is an opportunity to learn. This discussion is the retro or retrospective scrum ceremony.

How do we streamline our development process?

How do we streamline our development process?

Part of the scrum process is to refine the process itself and to make it fit your team. Applying critical thought and introspection to the previous sprint can only make the next sprint more effective.

The post Scrum Ceremonies: Daily, Planning, Review, and Retrospective Meetings appeared first on Cognitive Class.

InData Labs

What is Data Extraction and How It Can Serve Your Business

In the highly competitive business world of today, data reign supreme. Customer personal data, comprehensive operating statistics, sales figures, or inter-company information may play a core role in strategic decision making. It’s vital to keep an eye on the quantity and quality of data that can be captured and extracted from different web sources. By...

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Forrester Blogs

Announcing Forrester’s First DMP Wave For Asia Pacific

I’m excited to share that “The Forrester Wave™: Data Management Platforms In Asia Pacific, Q3 2019” is now live. It’s the first time we evaluated data management platform (DMP) vendors’...

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July 10, 2019


Forrester Blogs

How 100-Year-Old Firms Stay Relevant

As we’ve reported prior, the majority of legacy Fortune 500 firms are no longer market leaders because their focus remains on protecting their traditional business in this era of digital...

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Revolution Analytics

R 3.6.1 is now available

On July 5, the R Core Group released the source code for the latest update to R, R 3.6.1, and binaries are now available to download for Windows, Linux and Mac from your local CRAN mirror. R 3.6.1 is...

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July 09, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Catch The 2019 Experience Platform Wave

Mark Grannan and I just completed “The Forrester Wave™: Digital Experience Platforms, Q3 2019,” our fourth evaluation of the major software vendors focused on digital experiences: Acquia,...

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Forrester Blogs

DX Platform: Strategy, Software, Or Both?

In the past two business days, my colleagues and I have published the Q3 2019 iterations of our digital experience (DX) platforms Now Tech and Forrester Wave™. (A big sigh of relief and huge...

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Forrester Blogs

Hot Or Hype: The Top Retail Tech Investments For 2019

In today’s increasingly competitive retail market, every technology initiative is pitched as do-or-die. So how do you make smart decisions about which technologies to invest in, to start testing, or...

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InData Labs

Artificial Intelligence in Finance: 5 Ways to Finest Customer Experience

The concept of harnessing artificial intelligence (AI) for business automation and transformation is sweeping the world. In our blog, we have been diving into the matters of retail, tech, and healthcare giants adopting cutting-edge technologies. Another sphere where AI demonstrates its great transformational potential is finance and banking. Be it a startup or an established...

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July 08, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Enterprise Meets Consumer Security: Exploring Approaches To Protect Employees At Home

Does your organization have a strategy for protecting employees at home as a part of your overall cybersecurity program? Something that could include, but really goes to a place that is beyond,...

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Forrester Blogs

Uncovering The Enterprise Risks Posed By Consumer Connected Devices

Consumer connected devices are presenting increasingly attractive targets to cybercriminals, putting home networks and potentially enterprise assets at risk. In just the last two weeks, we’ve seen...

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Forrester Blogs

CX SF 2019: Step Up To The High-Stakes Future Of Experience Design

If you’re a customer experience (CX) professional, you know that experience quality drives growth — Forrester’s data proves it — and that CX is customers’ perceptions of their interactions with your...

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Forrester Blogs

FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Facebook Has Brought Us To A Tipping Point Facebook is appointing what its leader calls a “supreme court” for resolving issues in content censorship. This oversight board will be appointed by...

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July 05, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Chinese Banks Offer Great Functionality And Usability, But There’s Still Ample Room For Improvement

Ping An Bank and China Merchants Bank are now delivering world-class mobile banking experiences, but they have to keep improving to meet the high expectations of Chinese customers.

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July 04, 2019

InData Labs

11 Practical Considerations to Effective BI Implementation Strategy

Several issues often mar BI implementation, be it technical issues to unclear user requirements to company politics, BI implementation has never been easier for companies. With so many odds stacked against them, project planning and problem anticipation have become tough even for seasoned BI professionals. And, unlike smaller companies, BI implementation takes a considerable time...

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Forrester Blogs

Goodbye Smart, Hello Insights-Driven: Insights-Driven Cities Deliver Effective Governance

I’ve always struggled with the term “smart city.” The word “smart” can mean a million different things. Getting smart with someone isn’t necessarily a good thing — as in a mother admonishing a child:...

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Simplified Analytics

How Covacsis is changing the Manufacturing?

Internet of Things (IoT) began as an emerging trend and has now become one of the key elements of Digital Transformation that is driving the world in many respects. we are evolving to a more...

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July 03, 2019


Revolution Analytics

Updates on Microsoft's R Roadmap in Azure

Yesterday, Microsoft's AI Customer Engineering Team posted the first in a series of blog posts on the state and future of support for R in Azure. Check out that post for some details on the...

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Forrester Blogs

The Insights Beat: Light Up The Sky With Insights This July

It’s nearly Independence Day in the US — a day filled with parades, fireworks, family, and, of course, delicious food. The day honors something that we, like the Founding Fathers before us, hold dear...

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Forrester Blogs

What Is Your X1?

What is your customer experience to rule all customer experiences? Identify it and move money toward your X1.

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July 02, 2019

InData Labs

InData Labs is a Data Science Partner of Imaguru Datathon 2019

This year we are happy to announce that on the 19-21 of July 2019 Imaguru Practical Data Сhallenge Datathon will take place in Minsk. Imaguru Datathon is an annual hackathon that connects all enthusiasts about Data Science for solving specific problems of companies with the help of data science and big data techniques. Partner companies...

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Forrester Blogs

Moonshots Hit Close To Home: Plant-Based Meats Are No Longer Mission Impossible

Six months ago, it was a moonshot; now it’s much closer to home. Plant-based meats have gone mainstream at the speed of light. Back in December 2018, Forrester identified plant-based meat...

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Forrester Blogs

Retailers: Your App Experiences Need Work, And These Best Practices Can Help

To help retailers benchmark their mobile apps and prioritize improvements in a feature minefield, we evaluated 15 retailer mobile apps in the US and Europe to find the best features, functionality,...

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July 01, 2019


Forrester Blogs

Digital Process Automation: An Important Part Of Your Digital Transformation Strategy

Driving successful digital transformation will require developing a lot of software — much more than we’ve ever had to in the past. One strategy is to use a digital process automation solution with...

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Forrester Blogs

How To Prepare For The Coming Recession

How To Prepare For The Coming Recession: Become An Adaptive Enterprise Recessions are notoriously hard to predict; even top economists often miss the timing, severity, and characteristics of...

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Forrester Blogs

The Key To Successful Health: Tech-Driven Innovations

My latest video is on how innovative tech leaders in all industries are ensuring and improving the health of their employees and customers. Through these efforts, they are both disrupting and...

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Forrester Blogs

Facebook’s Recent Moves Highlight The Grand Challenge Of Digital Ethics

This blog is a summary of an interesting internal discussion we had among analysts. I’d like to extend my thanks to  Jessica Liu, Martha Bennett, Fatemeh Khatibloo, Brigitte Majewski, Sucharita...

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Forrester Blogs

Retail Mobile App Experiences: A New Best-Practices Series

Mobile is the dominant digital touchpoint in retail, and mobile apps play critical role in it: Consumers who download a retailer’s app are likely to be more loyal, but that doesn’t mean they won’t...

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Cloud Avenue Hadoop Tips

How to use Tags in AWS to give resource permissions?

Within AWS we can create multiple resources like EC2, S3, RDS, Lambda etc. After creating the resources, the permissions should be given appropriately. Lets say, we have two servers for Production and two servers for Development, then the users in the Production Group should have the access to the Production Servers and the users in the Development Group should have access to the Development Servers and not the other way. By permission, it can be to view, stop, start, terminate, reboot etc.
 

The same can be achieved using the AWS Service "Identity and Access Management" along with Tags as show in the above diagram.Tags are meta data attached to AWS resources like EC2. Tags have keys and values. For ex., Key can be Env and Value can be Production. We should be able to Tag EC2 instances as Env=Production and give the permissions for Production Group to only the EC2 which have the Tag Env=Production and skip the rest of the EC2.

Here are the steps for the above at a high level.

1) Create an IAM User with no policies attached
2) Create a Policy with the appropriate permissions
3) Create a Group and attach the above Policy to it
4) Add the User to the Group
5) Create two EC2s with the appropriate tags
6) Login as the IAM User and check the actions allowed on the EC2

 

Sequence of steps for setting up access to EC2 Access

Step 1: Create an IAM User

Step 1.1: Go to the IAM Management Console, Click on the Users tab in the left pane and click on "Add User".


Step 1.2: Enter the user name and make sure to select "AWS Management Console Access". Click on "Next Permissions".


Step 1.3: We would be adding the permissions later, for now click on "Next: Tags".


Step 1.4: Tags are optional for a user. So, click on "Next: Review".


Step 1.5: Make sure the user details are proper and click on "Create user". The IAM User will be created as shown in the below screen.



Step 2: Create a policy with the appropriate permissions

Step 2.1: Click on the policies in the left pane and click on "Create policy".


Step 2.2: Click on the JSON tab, enter the below policy and click on "Review policy". The below JSON gives the permission to Stop/Start EC2 instances with a Tag Env=Production, while viewing the description for all the EC2 instances is allowed. The policy was got from here and modified. Here are a lot of sample policies from AWS.

{
"Version": "2012-10-17",
"Statement": [
{
"Effect": "Allow",
"Action": [
"ec2:StartInstances",
"ec2:StopInstances"
],
"Resource": "arn:aws:ec2:*:*:instance/*",
"Condition": {
"StringEquals": {
"ec2:ResourceTag/Env": "Production"
}
}
},
{
"Effect": "Allow",
"Action": "ec2:DescribeInstances",
"Resource": "*"
}
]
}

Step 2.3: Give the policy a name and click on "Create policy". The policy should be created as shown below.



Step 3: Create a Group and attach the policy to it

Step 3.1: Click on the Group tab in the left pane and click on "Create New Group".


Step 3.2: Enter the Group Name and click on "Next Step".


Step 3.3: Select the Policy which has been created earlier and click on "Next Step".


Step 3.4: Review the Group details and click on "Create Group".


Step 4: Add the user to the Group

Step 4.1: Select the Group which was created earlier. Click on "Group Actions" and "Add Users to Group" and select the user which was created earlier and click on "Add Users".



Step 5: Create EC2 instances and tag them

Step 5.1: Create two EC2 instances as mentioned here. A smaller instance is recommended as it involves less cost and that we don't be doing any processing in these instances. Click on the Tags tab and click on the "Add/Edit Tags".


Step 5.2: Enter the Tags as shown below and click on "Create Tag". For the other instance specify the Key as Env and Value as Production.


The Tags to the EC2 should appear as below. The Env column won't appear by default. Click on the Gear button on the top right and select the Env to make column visible.


Step 6: Login as the IAM User and check the actions allowed

Step 6.1: Go to the Dashboard in the IAM Management Console and grab the URL. Open the URL in a entirely different browser and enter the credentials for the IAM user.



Step 6.2: Go to the EC2 Management Console. Notice the name of the user logged in the top right as highlighted below. It's the IAM User.


Step 6.3: Select the Development EC2 instance and try to terminate it as shown below. It should lead to an error. This is because the IAM user has only Stop/Start access to EC2 instance which have a Tag Env=Production and nothing else.



Step 6.4: Select the Production instance and try to Stop the instance. The user would be able to as the user has access to Stop/Start any EC2 instance with a Tag Env=Production.


 

Conclusion


Tagging is metadata around AWS resources like EC2, S3, RDS etc. We have seen above on how to use Tagging can be used to group EC2 resources together and give permissions to IAM Users. The same applies to other AWS resources also. Tagging also can be used to segregate the AWS billings lets says across different departments, customers, projects etc. The usage of Tagging is limited just by imagination, the different scenarios and strategies are mentioned in this AWS article.
 

June 28, 2019


Forrester Blogs

AWS re:Inforce Recap: The Cloud Isn’t Going Away, But Scare Tactics Should

Boston’s bustling Seaport District played host to the first-ever AWS re:Inforce 2019 cloud security conference, with over 5,000 reported attendees. Amazon Web Services set the tone of the event to be...

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InData Labs

InData Labs is Listed Among Top Big Data Analytics Companies

We are glad to share with you that the enthusiasm of our talented tech-savvy team and the proven expertise in big data projects yielded outstanding results. InData Labs has been shortlisted by Good Firms to be named among Best Big Data Analytics Companies worldwide. InData Labs is a leading business intelligence firm and big data...

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Forrester Blogs

A Typical Day Of Analyst Life

We’re hiring! Forrester’s security and risk research team is growing and currently has four open analyst positions: identity and access management, application security, security...

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