Change uCMDB AWS Credential to be ID based

Change uCMDB AWS Credential to be ID based

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Currently we have 100 applications each with their own VPC's in a unique account in the AWS environment under our companues AWS Organiztion. The current method uses public/private key pairs which is not scalable for multiple AWS Accounts since it requires a public/private key pair for each environment. Moving to a discovery solution that proviedes the capability to connect to multiple accounts without having to mange the credentials for each of those accounts is highly deired, however that solution would work.

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doronorbach Honored Contributor.
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Do you refer to leveraging iam roles?

Respected Contributor.. churchie73 Respected Contributor..
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Yes. It would be better to use a single credential to login where the ID or AWS Role associated to that ID can be used with multiple accounts in an AWS Organization.

doronorbach Honored Contributor.
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