Welcome to part-3 of the series. We will start with creating an iam account before moving forward, as that is what is recommended by AWS. I will be following along with this article from AWS.
First, click on your name and then My Account in aws console.
After that scroll a bit down and you will find IAM User and Role Access to Billing Information section. Click on the Edit link here.
Then a checkbox with Activate IAM Access will come. Tick the checkbox and click on Update button.
After that click on IAM in the left menu, to go back to the IAM dashboard.
Then, in the dashboard click on the Users.
Here, we will have no users. So, click on Add user button.
Then give the User name as Administrator and click on the checkbox next to AWS Management Console access checkbox. The other two marked things are as per your choice. After that click on Next: Permissions button.
Next, click on Add user to group and then the Create group button.
Now, a pop-up will come. Enter Administrators in the Group name and also click on the checkbox, next to AdministratorAccess. After that click on Create group button.
Now, we will be taken back to the earlier page which now have, an entry for Administrators. Click on the Next: Tags button on the bottom right of the page.
In the next page, enter some tags and click on Next: Review button.
In the Review page, once review everything is right and then click on Create user button.
Now our IAM user with administrator access is created. Here, we can get the password and also send ourself a mail with instructions.
This completes part-3 of the series. See you soon.