The following page includes summary details on additional features around supported capabilities in DivvyCloud that are specific to Microsoft Azure.
For general information on support for all Cloud Service Providers, check out our Resources pages.
As always, if you have any questions you can reach out to us through [email protected].
Azure resource locking enables you to prevent other users in your organization from accidentally deleting or modifying critical resources by locking access. In DivvyCloud, this capability applies to most supported top-level Azure resources. Note that in some scenarios DivvyCloud represents certain resources as top-level even though they are not top-level within Azure (e.g., storage containers).
- DivvyCloud supports Azure resource locking on every Azure resource we support with this capability.
- If you have specific questions on this capability or a supported Azure resource, reach out to [email protected].
- A functional DivvyCloud installation
- Appropriate Azure permissions for resources you want to modify
Microsoft.Authorization/locks/readpermission, required for harvesting the lock information from Azure
Enabling resource locking is only available through the Azure Console. Details about this are available here.
You can also disable or delete resource locking through the Azure console and through the DivvyCloud UI. This capability is available in DivvyCloud under the individual resource property, as shown below.
Details on a locked Resource can be viewed individually through resource properties for supported resources.
In addition, users can take advantage of the
Resource Has Azure Lock Filter to build Insights or Bots around this capability.
The new Azure Security Pack is our first step to align with Azure Security Center (ASC) Recommendations. ASC Recommendations are the backbone of several features and services within Azure to include Azure Advisor, ASC Secure Score, and ASC Regulatory Compliance.
Before you get started with this pack, you will need to have the following:
- A functioning DivvyCloud installation
- The appropriate permissions to apply this pack to your desired infrastructure
- Familiarity with your organization’s security requirements
This is the first edition of this new Compliance Pack and includes 38 Insights. Four of the Insights cover eleven ASC recommendations, so the pack covers a total of 45 ASC Recommendations. It includes checks around issues like:
- Only secure connections to your Redis cache should be enabled
- System updates on virtual machine scale sets should be installed
- Deprecated accounts should be removed from subscriptions
- Authorized IP ranges should be defined on Kubernetes Services
In addition, our subsequent releases will continue to update the pack as more Filters and Insights are available. If you have specific questions on this capability or a supported Azure resource, reach out to [email protected].
Updated 2 months ago