Build a centralized granular access control to manage assets and data access in Amazon QuickSight | AWS Big Data Blog

A large business intelligence (BI) project with many users and teams and sensitive information demands a multi-faceted security architecture. Such architecture should provide BI administrators and architects with the capability to minimize the amount of information accessible to users. For a straightforward solution to manage Amazon QuickSight user and asset access permissions, you can use the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) or AWS Management Console to manually edit QuickSight user role and dashboard access. However, in specific cases, an enterprise can easily have hundreds or thousands of users and groups, and these access management methods aren’t efficient. We have received a large number of requests to provide an advanced programmable approach to deploy and manage a centralized QuickSight security architecture.

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