We would require GCP Account name for CloudEnsure GCP Onboarding. A Billing bucket from the user.
We would require AWS account ID and Role-ARN for CloudEnsure AWS Onboarding.
Yes, definitely you can create a custom rule and add them to Amazon Web Services (AWS) Config.
One-click remediation is basically automated remediation process in which user doesn’t need to perform any CLI or console steps, only with the click of :Fix Now” button the issue will be remediated. The steps will be performed at the backend. But for now its available only for few of the checks and elevated rights are …
CloudEnsure audits the cloud account and the failed issues are then displayed to the user, for remediating those issues. One method is to manually remediate it by clicking on a particular issue and following the CLI or Console level steps in your cloud portfolio to remediate the issue.
We have remediation steps for almost every vulnerabilities of AWS, Azure, and GCP. There are two types of remediation: Manual Remedaition (CLI and Console steps) One-Click Remediation Automated ( Need Access and privileges)