AWS Identity and Access Management
User Guide

The AWS Documentation website is getting a new look!
Try it now and let us know what you think. Switch to the new look >>

You can return to the original look by selecting English in the language selector above.

Actions, Resources, and Condition Keys for Amazon MQ

Amazon MQ (service prefix: mq) provides the following service-specific resources, actions, and condition context keys for use in IAM permission policies.

References:

Actions Defined by Amazon MQ

You can specify the following actions in the Action element of an IAM policy statement. Use policies to grant permissions to perform an operation in AWS. When you use an action in a policy, you usually allow or deny access to the API operation or CLI command with the same name. However, in some cases, a single action controls access to more than one operation. Alternatively, some operations require several different actions.

The Resource column indicates whether each action supports resource-level permissions. If there is no value for this column, you must specify all resources ("*") in the Resource element of your policy statement. If the column includes a resource type, then you can specify an ARN of that type in a statement with that action. Required resources are indicated in the table with an asterisk (*). If you specify a resource-level permission ARN in a statement using this action, then it must be of this type. Some actions support multiple resource types. If the resource type is optional (not indicated as required), then you can choose to use one but not the other.

For details about the columns in the following table, see The Actions Table.

Actions Description Access Level Resource Types (*required) Condition Keys Dependent Actions
CreateBroker Grants permission to create a broker. Write

aws:RequestTag/${TagKey}

aws:TagKeys

CreateConfiguration Grants permission to create a new configuration for the specified configuration name. Amazon MQ uses the default configuration (the engine type and engine version). Write

aws:RequestTag/${TagKey}

aws:TagKeys

CreateTags Grants permission to create tags. Write

brokers

configurations

aws:RequestTag/${TagKey}

aws:TagKeys

CreateUser Grants permission to create an ActiveMQ user. Write

brokers*

DeleteBroker Grants permission to delete a broker. Write

brokers*

DeleteTags Grants permission to delete tags. Write

brokers

configurations

aws:TagKeys

DeleteUser Grants permission to delete an ActiveMQ user. Write

brokers*

DescribeBroker Grants permission to return information about the specified broker. Read

brokers*

DescribeBrokerEngineTypes Grants permission to return information about broker engines. Read
DescribeBrokerInstanceOptions Grants permission to return information about the broker instance options Read
DescribeConfiguration Grants permission to return information about the specified configuration. Read

configurations*

DescribeConfigurationRevision Grants permission to return the specified configuration revision for the specified configuration. Read

configurations*

DescribeUser Grants permission to return information about an ActiveMQ user. Read

brokers*

ListBrokers Grants permission to return a list of all brokers. List
ListConfigurationRevisions Grants permission to return a list of all existing revisions for the specified configuration. List

configurations*

ListConfigurations Grants permission to return a list of all configurations. List
ListTags Grants permission to return a list of tags. List

brokers

configurations

ListUsers Grants permission to return a list of all ActiveMQ users. List

brokers*

RebootBroker Grants permission to reboot a broker. Write

brokers*

UpdateBroker Grants permission to add a pending configuration change to a broker. Write

brokers*

UpdateConfiguration Grants permission to update the specified configuration. Write

configurations*

UpdateUser Grants permission to update the information for an ActiveMQ user. Write

brokers*

Resources Defined by Amazon MQ

The following resource types are defined by this service and can be used in the Resource element of IAM permission policy statements. Each action in the Actions table identifies the resource types that can be specified with that action. A resource type can also define which condition keys you can include in a policy. These keys are displayed in the last column of the table. For details about the columns in the following table, see The Resource Types Table.

Resource Types ARN Condition Keys
brokers arn:${Partition}:mq:${Region}:${Account}:broker:${broker-id}

aws:ResourceTag/${TagKey}

configurations arn:${Partition}:mq:${Region}:${Account}:configuration:${configuration-id}

aws:ResourceTag/${TagKey}

Condition Keys for Amazon MQ

Amazon MQ defines the following condition keys that can be used in the Condition element of an IAM policy. You can use these keys to further refine the conditions under which the policy statement applies. For details about the columns in the following table, see The Condition Keys Table.

To view the global condition keys that are available to all services, see Available Global Condition Keys in the IAM Policy Reference.

Condition Keys Description Type
aws:RequestTag/${TagKey} String
aws:ResourceTag/${TagKey} String
aws:TagKeys String