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(O) Open source by design

The entire cloud-concierge container code is open sourced under an Apache 2.0 license, and is available for viewing and auditing at any time

(1) No sensitive data on your cloud posture ever leaves your existing tool set.

  • The cloud-concierge container is self-hosted for all executions
  • After container execution, cloud posture and codification results are exposed through a pull request within your existing VCS
  • All telemetry for OSS executions and anonymized data collected from dragondrop-managed jobs can be viewed publicly on GitHub, here and here, respectfully.

(2) cloud-concierge only requires read-only permissions for your cloud environment.

When generating roles for cloud-concierge to be able to complete the requisite cloud scanning, only read-only permissions should be granted. If accessing state files from a storage bucket, then the credentials should have read access to only that storage bucket.
The cloud-concierge container will never directly make changes to your Terraform code base. It will (via a GitHub App) only open a Pull Request in your VCS containing recommended changes and import blocks/import statements.
  • Like all other code, your developers have final sign-off and approval on whether to merge the suggestions.
  • Comments, discussions and changes to the original cloud-concierge suggestions are all recorded within your VCS.
  • All Terraform workflows are run by your existing set up, be it open-source or built off a managed offering like Terraform Cloud.