Do you think having one AWS account will be enough for all your teams and workloads? This is never the case in a rapidly growing company.
It is good practice to isolate your development, production and sandbox environments in different AWS accounts. It is also common to have separate accounts for Shared Services, Backup, Security and Audit etc. So if you follow best practices you will end up with at least 10 AWS accounts and you have just started!
In this session we will find out how to properly manage hundreds of AWS accounts with Infrastructure as code and a SaaS tool called Provisioner developed by Nordcloud.
By manage, we mean:
• Provision new AWS accounts and Organisational Units on the go (Vending machine)
• Deploy Infrastructure and application stacks at scale to multiple accounts at once
And all of that – with version controlled code!