Add a Cloud Rule


To create a cloud rule:

  1. Select Cloud Management > Cloud Rules
  2. Click Add New.
  3. In the Cloud Rule Name field, enter a name to identify the cloud rule throughout the application. This field must be unique among cloud rules.
  4. In the Owners drop-down menu, select any users and user groups that will have access to modify this cloud rule once it is created.
  5. Select any optional pre- and post-rule webhooks you want to apply.
  6. In the AWS Service Control Policy drop-down menu, select any SCPs you want to apply. These SCPs will apply account-wide for accounts associated with the objects to which your cloud rule attaches.
  7. In the optional AWS IAM Policies drop-down menu, select any IAM policies you want to apply to Cloud Access Roles when this Cloud Rule is applied.
  8. In the optional AWS CloudFormation Templates drop-down menu, select any CloudFormation template you want to apply to cloud accounts when this cloud rule is applied.
  9. In the AWS AMIs drop-down menu, select any AMIs you want to apply. 
  10. In the AWS Service Catalog Portfolios drop-down menu, select any portfolios you want to apply.
  11. In the Azure Role Definitions drop-down menu, select any Azure role definitions you want to apply.
  12. In the Azure ARM Templates drop-down menu, select any ARM template you want to apply to subscriptions when this Cloud Rule is applied.
  13. Select any Compliance Standards that you wish to apply to this cloud rule. Compliance standards are applied to cloud rules, which are, in turn, applied to a project, and all resources within that project will be subject to the compliance checks included in that compliance standard.
  14. Click Create Cloud Rule.


Once this cloud rule is created, it will apply the cloud resources to the specified OUs, projects, and child projects below the OU in the OU structure.


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