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Integrating Linux into a AWS CLI Workflow

AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is an open-source tool that helps users manage multiple AWS services. You can run AWS CLI from a terminal session on your own client—it is compatible with many popular Linux distributions. strongDM acts as a proxy to your AWS API, allowing managed access to AWS CLI credentials.

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To set up one-click access to Linux and start integrating it into your AWS CLI workflow, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Connect to Resources linked below.

To get started collecting access and session logs with Linux from AWS CLI, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Connect to Resources linked below. 

To get started connecting Linux and AWS CLI, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Connect to Resources linked below. 

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strongDM allows users to control access to servers on any Linux distribution.

Linux is an open-source, UNIX-like operating system. It manages the communication between hardware and software and is commonly packaged in a Linux distribution.

AWS CLI

AWS CLI

strongDM acts as a proxy to the user’s AWS API, allowing managed access to AWS CLI credentials.

AWS Command Line Interface is an open-source tool that allows users to control and automate multiple AWS services from a terminal session on their own client.

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