AWS just added a new feature called CloudShell. It will give users who are logged in to the AWS console access to a VM where users can run AWS CLI commands. Permissions to AWS resources is based on the user’s permissions which are managed via IAM. CloudShell is similar to the cloud shells that Azure and GCP already offer. Here’s a snapshot of AWS CloudShell.
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