Cloud Conformity checks your accounts for security issues and provides a step-by-step guide to resolve failures ensuring protection of data, systems and assets.
Cloud Conformity will identify reliability issues that could jeopardise the availability and durability of your systems and data.
Cloud Conformity scans your accounts for performance issues and provides best practice suggestions to improve system recovery times, and ensure high availability in the event of service failures or unexpected load.
Cloud Conformity monitors the resources associated with your account and identifies any underutilisation. This continuous insight allows for unnecessary resources to be deactivated, reducing your AWS bill.
Within minutes of registering, identify the critical risks for your business across all AWS accounts, on one consolidated dashboard.
Visibility of changes and user activity as they happen, across your entire AWS infrastructure.
Highly customisable rule engine specific to your business needs.
Automatically generate tickets in your preferred task management system ensuring risks are not only identified, but also actioned using your current business workflow.
Rationale and detailed resolution steps for all violations and recommendations.
Whether you are still exploring the benefits of Amazon Web Services, or are running complex critical workloads, Cloud Conformity simplifies the challenging task of maintaining visibility of your infrastructure and ensuring compliance against best practices, along with identifying potential threats in real-time.
Integrated with your preferred ticketing / communication system such as Slack, JIRA, Zendesk, ServiceNow.
Incorporates a rank or score system to measure your AWS infrastructure against industry norms and provide a historical record of the improvement/decline.
Agentless, non-intrusive bots continuously monitor your AWS infrastructure without having to ever compromise your data.
Fully traceable audit trail of your AWS environment and interactions with the tool.
Amazon Web Services updated the Well-Architected Framework in November last year that, amongst other things, added a new pillar — Operational ExcellenceRead on Medium
Amazon has recently introduced SSE (Server-Side Encryption) for SQS (Simple Queue Service)Read on Medium