Guardrails govern how cloud resources can be created and altered, preventing infrastructure misconfiguration. Guardrails are applied to Blueprints so that they can be verified before resource provisioning.

Note: You can define Guardrail override behavior in case exceptions are required.

Before infrastructure is provisioned, Resourcely examines the changes being made and prevents a merge if any guardrail requirements are violated. Some examples of guardrails include:

  • Approval for making S3 public

  • Allowed compute image types

  • GCP Allowed Regions

  • Allowed compute instance types

Resourcely provides a catalog with a wide set of available guardrails which can be further configured. Guardrails are available for the following categories:

  • Access Control

  • Best Practices

  • Cost Efficiency

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