Your account must have the ability to create new IAM roles and scope other IAM permissions.
It is recommended to use your personal AWS account which would have full access to AWS resources. If using a corporate AWS account for the workshop, make sure to check with account administrator to provide you with sufficient permissions to create and manage EKS clusters and Load Balancer resources.
If you don’t already have an AWS account with Administrator access: create one now by clicking here.
Once you have an AWS account, ensure you are following the remaining workshop steps as an IAM user with administrator access to the AWS account: Create a new IAM user to use for the workshop.
Enter the user details:
Attach the AdministratorAccess IAM Policy:
Click to create the new user:
Take note of the login URL and save: