Amazon Cognito Identity

Amazon Cognito identity pools (federated identities) enable you to create unique identities for your users and federate them with identity providers. With an identity pool, you can obtain temporary, limited-privilege AWS credentials to access other AWS services.

Amazon Cognito identty pools (federated identities) support user authentication through Amazon Cognito user pools, federated identity providers—including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple, and SAML identty providers—as well as unauthenticated identities. This feature also supports Developer Authenticated Identities (Identity Pools), which lets you register and authenticate users via your own back-end authentication process.

Below are the cmdlets which are available with Amazon Cognito Identity

CmdletName                                      ServiceOperation                          
Add-CGIResourceTag                                 TagResource                                   
Get-CGIIdentityPool                                DescribeIdentityPool                          
Get-CGIIdentityPoolList                            ListIdentityPools                             
Get-CGIIdentityPoolRole                            GetIdentityPoolRoles                          
Get-CGIResourceTag                                 ListTagsForResource                           
New-CGIIdentityPool                                CreateIdentityPool                            
Remove-CGIIdentityPool                             DeleteIdentityPool                            
Remove-CGIResourceTag                              UntagResource                                 
Set-CGIIdentityPoolRole                            SetIdentityPoolRoles                          
Update-CGIIdentityPool                             UpdateIdentityPool                            

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