Each principal type has different capabilities and restrictions regarding credential lifetime, single sign-on (SSO) to the AWS Management Console, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and calling the IAM and STS APIs in turn, see Comparing Features of AWS STS APIs for details.
Clicking on 'Policy ARN Examples' allows you to select from a few example policies to ease getting started (just click one to copy it to the policy field) - links to the IAM Policy Simulator are also provided.
(Conditional) Specify an Inline IAM Policy (supported for principal types Assume Role and Federated User)
Clicking on 'Policy Examples' allows you to select from a few example policies to ease getting started (just click one to copy it to the policy field) - links to the AWS Policy Generator and the IAM Policy Simulator are also provided.
(Optional) Set the number of seconds temporary credentials based on this connector are valid - leave empty to use the AWS default credential lifetime (refer to table Principal Types above for details).
(Optional) Grant the permission to use this Connector to one or more of your Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, or Bamboo groups:
start typing to narrow down the selection Performance with more than 100 groups
If there are more than 100 groups, you need to type at least one character to make all matching groups appear.
Depending on the number of groups and naming scheme paired with browser and system performance, frequently used characters like 'e' might still yield slightly sluggish behavior - typing quickly should circumvent such sluggishness, if any!
select each desired group all changes persist on save of the connector only
(Optional) Select System Scope to allow usage of this AWS Connector from elevated code without an active user session (e.g. by other apps like Tasks for AWS and Automation with AWS).