Amazon managed policies for Amazon MQ - Amazon MQ
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Amazon managed policies for Amazon MQ

An Amazon managed policy is a standalone policy that is created and administered by Amazon. Amazon managed policies are designed to provide permissions for many common use cases so that you can start assigning permissions to users, groups, and roles.

Keep in mind that Amazon managed policies might not grant least-privilege permissions for your specific use cases because they're available for all Amazon customers to use. We recommend that you reduce permissions further by defining customer managed policies that are specific to your use cases.

You cannot change the permissions defined in Amazon managed policies. If Amazon updates the permissions defined in an Amazon managed policy, the update affects all principal identities (users, groups, and roles) that the policy is attached to. Amazon is most likely to update an Amazon managed policy when a new Amazon Web Service is launched or new API operations become available for existing services.

For more information, see Amazon managed policies in the IAM User Guide.

Amazon managed policy: AmazonMQServiceRolePolicy

You can't attach AmazonMQServiceRolePolicy to your IAM entities. This policy is attached to a service-linked role that allows Amazon MQ to perform actions on your behalf. For more information about this permission policy and the actions it allows Amazon MQ to perform, see Service-linked role permissions for Amazon MQ.

Amazon MQ updates to Amazon managed policies

View details about updates to Amazon managed policies for Amazon MQ since this service began tracking these changes. For automatic alerts about changes to this page, subscribe to the RSS feed on the Amazon MQ Document history page.

Change Description Date

Amazon MQ started tracking changes

Amazon MQ started tracking changes for its Amazon managed policies.

May 5, 2021