The Amazon Linux AMI is a supported and maintained Linux image provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) for use on AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (AWS EC2). It is designed to provide a stable, secure and high-performance execution environment for applications running on AWS EC2. It supports the latest EC2 instance type features and includes packages that enable easy integration with AWS.
Centrify Zero Trust Privilege Services centrally secure and manage instances created with Amazon Linux AMI — along with 450 other versions of Windows, Linux and UNIX — by integrating them with your existing Microsoft Active Directory services.
With Centrify Zero Trust Privilege Services you can:
- Gain visibility into identity-related risks and mitigate internal threats: Centrify allows for automated discovery of violations of identity and access management best practices, as well as simplified privileged access management and auditing, linking all privileged activity back to an individual.
- Streamline regulatory compliance across Windows, Linux and UNIX systems: A single, unified identity architecture enables enterprise-wide session auditing and compliance reporting while enforcing a least privilege security model.
- Reduce costs and increase productivity: A single, integrated solution for unified identity, privileged access management and activity auditing leverages your existing investments in identity infrastructure, versus deploying a myriad of single purpose and platform specific products.