Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Amazon Web Services Config now add supports for New Managed Rules

Amazon Web Services Config now adds support seven new managed rules which are already established rules that AWS Config utilizes to analyze whether the AWS resource configuration is according to the common best practices. The managed rules that are supported are code build-project-envvar-awscred-check, code build-project-source-repo-url-check, elb_acm_certificate_required, elb_custom_security_policy_ssl_check, elb_predefined_security_policy_ssl_check, iam-group-has-users-check and s3-bucket-server-side-encryption-enabled. Amazon Web Services has now added support for new rules in all the AWS public regions where the Config rules are presently available and in all the Amazon Web Services GovCloud. 

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