What is Google Cloud
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FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!
What are the main advantages of Cloud Hosting?
Cloud IAM enables you to create and manage permissions for Google Cloud resources. It unifies access control for Google Cloud services into a single system and presents a consistent set of operations. For an overview of concepts.
Which of the Google Cloud services support Cloud IAM?
All Google Cloud services use Cloud IAM to make sure that only authorized identities can access them. In addition, some services provide IAM roles specific to their services, or support granting access at the resource level.
Why do I need Cloud IAM?
Cloud IAM lets you adopt the security principle of least privilege, so you grant only the necessary access to your resources and prevent unwanted access to other resources. Cloud IAM allows you to meet compliance clauses around the separation of duty.
Can I use Cloud IAM policies to manage both authentication and authorization for my applications?
Use IAM to manage authorization to Google Cloud resources. To manage user authentication, use whatever methods you use to manage them today, for example, LDAP, Google groups, etc.