DivvyCloud is a Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) platform that provides real-time analysis and automated remediation across leading cloud and container technologies, including AWS, Azure, GCP, Alibaba, and Kubernetes. DivvyCloud protects cloud and container environments from misconfiguration, policy violations, threats, and IAM challenges.
Once installed & deployed, connected to your clouds, and configured, DivvyCloud discovers your infrastructure resources across all clouds and distills this information into a normalized database. This database is used to analyze cloud operations, identify risks, and take action according to user-defined policies and rules to alert, mitigate, or remediate problems. Learn the basics in our FAQ.
For an overview of how to get started with DivvyCloud, check out the Getting Started Guide. This guide provides overview information of the steps involved in setting up DivvyCloud, connecting your clouds, and configuring some of DivvyCloud's key features.
For DivvyCloud users who already have their cloud accounts connected, we recommend working through information on some of our features. Check out our content on Resources, Filters, Insights, BotFactory and the Compliance Scorecard. We hope that reviewing these sections will help provide a better understanding of DivvyCloud's functionality!
You can view details on all of our releases under Release Notes with details on our current release and the content of our major releases.
It's a fast-moving world. Cloud providers are constantly adding services and capabilities and we are continually updating both our product and our documentation to reflect those changes.
We do our best to keep things up to date and are always to provide content around new features and improve the information we offer about the wealth of capabilities our product offers.
If you find content that you have questions about, or don't find information that you're looking for in our documentation reach out to us through [email protected].
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Updated 24 days ago