You can review the Quick Start guide which will help you quickly get started with CoreStack ECG (Enterprise Cloud Governance).
Each cloud irrespective of private or public, have its own set of service offerings. These service offerings vary in the way it is configured, provisioned and consumed. This is because of its architecture, capabilities, options to integrate with other services within the same or across cloud platforms.
Hence, orchestrating or governing the cloud platforms are to be done without impacting its native service capabilities and then extend each service to add more values that these cloud platforms don’t support.
One of the USPs of CoreStack is to do everything cloud native, be it Orchestration or Governance. And then add extend some additional features not supported by them natively.
CoreStack is a Multi-Cloud Governance platform, that brings in its unique OSCAR Governance Model to govern the 5 key pillars of any cloud
CoreStack provides the Governance Posture for each of these pillars and also a comprehensive assessment of your cloud accounts against industry standards and best practices including those recommended by the native clouds (AWS, Azure).
A “Cloud Account” is an AWS account or an Azure subscription that is onboarded into CoreStack using one of the supported authentication mechanisms. By onboarding a cloud account, users provide the required permissions to CoreStack for assessment & governance of the different services within the cloud platform.
In some cases, Cloud COE/Admin need to perform certain pre-requisite configuration in Cloud Platform before onboarding into CoreStack. The steps involved vary based on cloud platform, which can be referred in the respective Cloud Account onboarding sections of this documentation.
As part of the cloud account onboarding, users can configure the account for one of the below settings supported by CoreStack,