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Amazon Simple Queue

Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide AWS Identity and Access Management • Create users and groups under your organization's AWS account • Easily share your AWS account resources between the users in the account • Assign unique security credentials to each user • Granularly control users access to services and resources • Get a single AWS bill for all users under the AWS account For example, you can use IAM with Amazon SQS to control the type of access a User or group of Users has to a specific queue your AWS Account owns. For general information about IAM, go to: • Identity and Access Management (IAM) • AWS Identity and Access Management Getting Started Guide • Using AWS Identity and Access Management For specific information about how you can control User access to Amazon SQS, go to Integrating with Other AWS Products in Using AWS Identity and Access Management. API Version 2009-02-01 11

Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide Making API Requests Topics • Endpoints (p. 13) • Making Query Requests (p. 14) • Request Authentication (p. 17) • Responses (p. 27) • Shared Queues (p. 29) • Programming Languages (p. 31) This section describes how to make requests to Amazon SQS. The various topics acquaint you with the basic differences between the interfaces, the components of a request, how to authenticate a request, and the content of responses. API Version 2009-02-01 12

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