CoreStack is a next-generation multi-cloud governance platform that empowers enterprises to rapidly achieve autonomous and continuous cloud governance and compliance at scale. CoreStack is used today by many leading global enterprises across multiple industries.
CoreStack is delivered to end users in the form of multiple product offerings, bundled for a specific set of cloud governance pillars based on your needs. This guide provides an overview of the different CoreStack offerings and associated cloud governance pillars that are being offered as part of it.
CoreStack FinOps is a solution offering that is designed to help you develop a culture of financial accountability and realize the benefits of the cloud faster.
CoreStack SecOps is a solution offering designed to help keep your cloud assets secure and compliant.
CoreStack CloudOps is a solution offering designed to help optimize cloud operations and cost management in order to provide accessibility, availability, flexibility, and efficiency while also boosting business agility and outcomes.
CoreStack Compass is designed to help you adopt best practices according to well-architected frameworks, gain continuous visibility, and manage risk for your cloud workloads with assessments, policies, and reports that allow you to review the state of your applications and get a clear understanding of risk trends over time.
Governing your cloud assets involves cost-efficient and effective management of resources in a cloud environment while adhering to security and compliance standards. There are several factors involved in a successful implementation of cloud governance. CoreStack has encompassed all these factors into its cloud governance pillars. The following table explains the key cloud governance pillars developed by CoreStack.
|Operations||This section provides you the capability to operate and manage your cloud resources efficiently using various features such as automation, monitoring, notifications, activity tracking.|
|Security||This section guides you to manage the security governance of your cloud accounts and identify the security vulnerabilities & threats and resolve them.|
|Cost||This section guides you to create a customized controlling mechanism that can control your cloud expenses within budget and reduce cloud waste by continually discovering and eliminating inefficient resources.|
|Access||This section allows you to configure secure access of resources in your cloud environment and protect the users’ data & assets from unauthorized access.|
|Resource||This section guides you to define, enforce, and track the resource naming and tagging standards, sizing, and their usage by region. It also enables you to follow consistent & standard practices pertaining to resource deployment, management, and reporting.|
|Compliance||This section guides you to assess your cloud environment for its compliance status against standards and regulations that are relevant to your organization – ISO, NIST, HIPAA, PCI, CIS, FedRAMP, AWS Well-Architected framework, and custom standards.|
|Self Service||This section helps you to configure a simplified self-service cloud consumption model for end users that are tied to approval workflows. It enables you to automate repetitive tasks and focus on key deliverables.|
Now that you are more familiar with the basic of CoreStack, its core products, and best practices -- you're ready to start your journey with the platform!
Updated 3 months ago