- VPC with Dedicated Private IP Space
- VPC Flow Logs on all VPCs in US-East-1
- Default Security Groups
- Splunk logging for Cloudtrail Events
New accounts will take two to three business days.
Yes, your IAM users will continue to work as before; however, the sign-in link will change. If you let us know we are happy to provide the new link as soon as it changes.
No, the only change is the link to sign into an IAM account. All of our resources are value-add and do not affect workloads currently running in the account.
No, we are investigating this possibility, but API keys are not currently supported. An IAM account without console access will be sufficient to use the API keys.
No, you can continue to use IAM accounts to complement the IAM policies in your account.
Only for the VPN. AWS changes about $35/month per VPN connection.
No, root accounts access can not be integrated.
Amazon has resolved the issue of sharing Reserved Instances and credits. They now stay with the account to which they were applied. However, if an account has credits and a shortcode all usage charges will use up the credits first before anything is applied to the shortcode.
Amazon provides basic support. Customers can optionally pay for increased support from Amazon.
Unfortunately, only Faculty and Staff can use the services provided by AWS at U-M.
Windows Server must be run on a dedicated host or instance. For Microsoft Server and SQL, we recommend selecting a Windows Server AMI and use U-M's license to install SQL. More details can be found at Microsoft Licenses.
U-M's license for Red Hat can also be brought into AWS by sending a request along with your AWS account number to the U-M AWS support team.
General use of AWS for HIPAA data is not permitted at this time. U-M ITS continues to work with Michigan Medicine Corporate Compliance, the U-M data steward and compliance owner for HIPAA data, to establish processes and practices for the appropriate collection, processing, storage, and maintenance of HIPAA data in the Cloud. Please contact the AWS Support Team if you have any questions regarding using AWS for HIPAA data.