Most of our infrastructure is hosted in AWS.
You can sign into the web console for the master AWS account at this URL:
After signing into the master account, you can access other accounts within the organization through role switching. This can be done from the dropdown on the right side of the console’s menu bar, or you can use this link to switch to the developer account:
This will require you to have signed in using MFA (When you first enable MFA, you’ll have to sign out and back in again.).
Once you switch to another account for the first time, you can quickly switch back and forth through the menu bar dropdown.
All developers that access AWS are required to enable MFA on their account(s). To enable MFA, follow these instructions:
Most of the machines at the time of writing use an SSH key. If the description for the machine says it uses a key such as “mm-admin”, “mm-ci”, or “mm-dev”, you’ll need to get that key from someone else.
If the machine does not have an SSH key associated with it, you’ll need to generate an SSH key and have it signed by Vault.
Unless the machine is for your personal use only, use Vault to control access to it: Create it without a key, then give it the following user data.
#cloud-config bootcmd: - cloud-init-per once ssh-users-ca echo "TrustedUserCAKeys /etc/ssh/trusted_ca_keys.pub" >> /etc/ssh/sshd_config write_files: - path: /etc/ssh/trusted_ca_keys.pub content: ssh-rsa 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