For the sake of simplicity, in this chapter, we will save credentials to a file to make it easy to toggle back and forth between users. Never do this in production or with credentials that have priveledged access; It is not a security best practice to store credentials on the filesystem.
From within the Cloud9 terminal, create a new user called rbac-user, and generate/save credentials for it:
aws iam create-user --user-name rbac-user aws iam create-access-key --user-name rbac-user | tee /tmp/create_output.json
By running the previous step, you should get a response similar to:
To make it easy to switch back and forth between the admin user you created the cluster with, and this new rbac-user, run the following command to create a script that when sourced, sets the active user to be rbac-user:
cat << EoF > rbacuser_creds.sh export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=$(jq -r .AccessKey.SecretAccessKey /tmp/create_output.json) export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=$(jq -r .AccessKey.AccessKeyId /tmp/create_output.json) EoF