What is AWS Organizations

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AWS Organizations offers policy-based management for multiple AWS accounts. With Organizations, you can create groups of accounts and then apply policies to those groups. Organizations enables you to centrally manage policies across multiple accounts, without requiring custom scripts and manual processes.

Using AWS Organizations, you can create Service Control Policies (SCPs) that centrally control AWS service use across multiple AWS accounts. You can also use Organizations to help automate the creation of new accounts through APIs. Organizations helps simplify the billing for multiple accounts by enabling you to setup a single payment method for all the accounts in your organization through consolidated billing. AWS Organizations is available to all AWS customers at no additional charge.

Centrally manage policies across multiple AWS accounts

AWS Organizations helps you manage policies for multiple AWS accounts. With Organizations, you can create groups of accounts, and then attach policies to a group to ensure the correct policies are applied across the accounts. Organizations enables you to centrally manage policies across multiple accounts, without requiring custom scripts and manual processes.

Automate AWS account creation and management

You can use the AWS Organizations APIs to automate the creation and management of new AWS accounts. The Organizations APIs enable you to create new accounts programmatically, and to add the new accounts to a group. The policies attached to the group are automatically applied to the new account. For example, you can automate the creation of sandbox accounts for developers and grant entities in those accounts access only to the necessary AWS services.

Control access to AWS services

With AWS Organizations, you can create Service Control Policies (SCPs) that centrally control AWS service use across multiple AWS accounts. SCPs put bounds around the permissions that AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies can grant to entities in an account, such as IAM users and roles. For example, IAM policies for an account in your organization cannot grant access to AWS Direct Connect if access is not also allowed by the SCP for the account. Entities can only use the services allowed by both the SCP and the IAM policy for the account.

Consolidate billing across multiple AWS accounts

AWS Organizations enables you to set up a single payment method for all the AWS accounts in your organization through consolidated billing. With consolidated billing, you can see a combined view of charges incurred by all your accounts, as well as take advantage of pricing benefits from aggregated usage, such as volume discounts for Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3

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