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Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions and cloud computing systems are relatively new, and can interact in many ways. Here is an overview of key concepts involved, assumptions that clarify their network topology and functionality, and a comprehensive list of architectural scenarios, with an analysis of costs, risks, and benefits for each scenario, to help architects evaluate the suitability of various solutions.

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