Onboard to Amazon SageMaker Studio Using AWS SSO - Amazon SageMaker

Onboard to Amazon SageMaker Studio Using AWS SSO

This topic describes how to onboard to Amazon SageMaker Studio using AWS SSO authentication. For information on how to onboard using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication, see Onboard Using Quick Start or Onboard Using IAM.

To onboard to Studio using AWS SSO

  1. Open the SageMaker console.

  2. Choose Amazon SageMaker Studio at the top left of the page.

  3. On the SageMaker Studio page, under Get started, choose Standard setup.

  4. For Authentication method, choose AWS Single Sign-On (SSO). A message tells you whether you have an AWS SSO account in an AWS Region supported by SageMaker Studio.

  5. If you don't have an AWS SSO account in a supported Region, you must create an AWS SSO account in a supported Region before proceeding. To continue to onboard without creating a new AWS SSO account, choose the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication method or the Quick start procedure, which also uses IAM.

    For information about setting up AWS SSO for use with Studio, see Set Up AWS SSO for Use with Amazon SageMaker Studio.

  6. Under Permission, for Execution role for all users, choose an option from the role selector. If you choose Create a new role, the Create an IAM role dialog opens:

    1. For S3 buckets you specify, specify additional S3 buckets that users of your notebooks can access. If you don't want to add access to more buckets, choose None.

    2. Choose Create role. SageMaker creates a new IAM AmazonSageMaker-ExecutionPolicy role with the AmazonSageMakerFullAccess policy attached.

  7. Under Network and storage, specify the following:

    • Your VPC information – For more information, see Choose a VPC.

    • (Optional) Storage encryption key – SageMaker uses an AWS managed customer master key (CMK) to encrypt your Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) and Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) file systems by default. To use a customer managed CMK, enter its key ID or Amazon Resource Name (ARN). For more information, see Protect Data at Rest Using Encryption.

  8. Choose Assign users. The Assign users page opens and displays a list of your organization's members.

  9. To assign users access to SageMaker Studio, choose the check box next to their user name and choose Assign users.

  10. Send each assigned user the Studio address link shown under Studio Summary. Your AWS SSO users go to this address to access Studio.

To access Studio after onboarding

After you are given access to Studio, you are sent an email inviting you to create a password and activate your AWS SSO account. The email also contains the URL to sign in to Studio.

After you activate your account, go to the Studio URL, sign in, and wait for your user profile to be created. On subsequent visits, you only need to wait for Studio to load.

Bookmark the Studio URL. The URL is also available in the Studio Control Panel.

For information about using SageMaker Studio, see Get Started with Studio.