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DivvyCloud is a Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) platform that provides real-time analysis and automated remediation across leading cloud and container technologies.

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Configuring Google Cloud Platform

Overview

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is one of the world’s leading public cloud providers, offering a variety of cloud services. You can add a GCP account to DivvyCloud in the following ways:

The approach you use depends largely on the number of accounts you're adding; fewer accounts will more likely be added as projects. Adding organizations allows you to add multiple projects initially as well as auto-add newly created projects (and auto-badge them as well). You will need organizational permissions to add organizations. See Organizations (GCP) for more information.

Supported Services - GCP

DivvyCloud supports the following services for GCP.

  • For a list of support services/resources for GCP and across all of our supported Cloud Service Providers, check out our Resource Matrix.
AI Platform Notebook
Autoscalers
BigQuery
BigQuery Dataset
Bigtable
Billing Export
Cloud Armor
Cloud Filestore
Cloud Function
Cloud Interconnect
Cloud KMS CryptoKey
Cloud KMS Keyring
Cloud NAT
Cloud Spanner
Cloud SQL Backup
Cloud SQL Database
Cloud SQL Database
Cloud Storage
Dataproc
DNS Zone
Domain Groups
Domain Users
Firewall Rules
GKE
Group
Image
Instance
Limit
Load Balancer
Load Balancer Backend Services
Load Balancer Forwarding Rules
Load Balancer Target Proxies
Memorystore
Network Firewall
Network Interface
Network Peer
Persistent Disk
Project
Pub/Sub Subscription
Pub/Sub Topic
Region
Reserved IP
Role Permission Set
Service Account   
Service Account Key
Snapshot
SSH Key Pair
SSL Certificate
Subnet
User
VPC

Updated about a month ago


Configuring Google Cloud Platform


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