Government Cloud Support Reference

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For up-to-date information about AWS Government Cloud Support, go to Government Cloud Overview and Support.

For InsightCloudSec customers interested in details about the configuration of cloud services within the Government Cloud (GovCloud) space, we have created this section of our documentation to organize all GovCloud-specific details.

AWS GovCloud Support

AWS GovCloud Policies

InsightCloudSec offers several different AWS policies for harvesting resource information found in your AWS accounts and enabling InsightCloudSec features. Our universal onboarding experience will implement the appropriate policies automatically, so there's no need for AWS GovCloud-specific policies. Review AWS Policies for details.

AWS GovCloud Supported Deployment Regions

InsightCloudSec can only be deployed in AWS. For self-hosted customers, InsightCloudSec can be exclusively deployed/hosted in AWS GovCloud, if you so choose. For SaaS customers reach out to support for additional details on deployment.

AWS GovCloud Supported Services

Listed below are all of the AWS GovCloud services (and their components) supported by InsightCloudSec. In general if a service is supported by InsightCloudSec for GovCloud, we support it in any region in which the CSP provides the service. If you have questions related to AWS or specific services and their support, contact us through the Customer Support Portal.

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Amazon API Gateway (Domain, Key, Stage, Usage Plans)
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Amazon DocumentDB
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Amazon QuickSight
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Amazon SageMaker (Notebook, Training job)
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Amazon Simple Email Service (Configuration sets, Rules)
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Amazon Redshift (Snapshot)
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Amazon Transcription
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AppStream 2.0
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Athena (Workgroup)
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AWS Auto Scaling (Group)
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AWS Backup (gateway, Vault)
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AWS Glue (Data Catalog, Database, Security Configuration)
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AWS Health Dashboard
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AWS Organizations
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Batch (Compute Environment)
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Certificate Manager (Private Certificate Authority)
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CloudFormation (Templates)
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CloudFront
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CloudHSM
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CloudTrail
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CloudWatch (Alarm, Log Group)
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Database Migration Service (Endpoint, Replication Instance)
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DynamoDB
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EC2 (Amazon EBS Snapshot, Amazon EBS Volume,Instance, Launch Template, Reserved Instance, Resource/Service Limit/Quota, Savings Plans, SSH Key Pairs)
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EFS
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Elastic Beanstalk (Application, Environment)
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Elastic Container Registry (Container Registry)
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Elastic Container Service/Fargate
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Elastic Kubernetes Service (Node Group)
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Elastic Load Balancer (Application Load Balancer, Gateway Load Balancer, Network Load Balancer)
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ElastiCache (Snapshot)
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EMR
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FSx
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Global Accelerator
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IAM (Cloud Account, Group, Policy (Customer Managed), Role, User, User Access Key)
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Key Management Service
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Kinesis
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Lambda (Layer)
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Neptune
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OpenSearch Service
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RDS (Aurora, Cluster, Event Subscription, Instance, fSnapshot)
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Region
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Route 53
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S3 (Access Point)
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SAML Identity Provider
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Secrets Manager (Secret)
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Simple Queue Service
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Simple Notification Service (Subscription, Topic)
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Step Function State Machine
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Storage Gateway
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Systems Manager (Document)
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Trusted Advisor
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VPC (Elastic IP, Elastic Network Interface (ENI), Flow Log, Internet Gateway, NACL/Security Group, NACL/Security Group Rules, NAT Gateway, Peer, Route Table, Subnet)
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WAF
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WorkSpaces (Instances)

Azure GovCloud Support

Azure GovCloud Roles

🚧 Organization Support

Currently, InsightCloudSec does not offer Organization onboarding support for Azure GovCloud.

For Azure GovCloud accounts, there are two role options (excluding Azure's built-in roles):

Azure GovCloud Custom Reader User Role

If you are interested in operating in read-only mode, which prevents InsightCloudSec from taking actions against your Microsoft Azure GovCloud resources, then we recommend using the Azure GovCloud Custom Reader User role. This role grants InsightCloudSec read-only permissions to supported resources so data is harvested and available for reporting. **Using this role means you must manually update the role with each new Azure GovCloud service that InsightCloudSec supports. **

The role JSON can be obtained from our public S3 bucket. Note: The JSON file includes a placeholder value for the subscription ID. This placeholder value will need to be replaced before implementing the role.

Azure GovCloud Power User Role

If you would like to use InsightCloudSec to manage your Microsoft Azure GovCloud resources directly or through the use of Bots, then use the InsightCloudSec Azure GovCloud Power User role. The InsightCloudSec Azure GovCloud Power User role will grant InsightCloudSec all permissions to supported resources so it can act upon cloud resources in addition to monitoring and reporting on them. **Using this role means you must manually update the role with each new Azure GovCloud service that InsightCloudSec supports. **

The role JSON can be obtained from our public S3 bucket. Note: The JSON file includes a placeholder value for the subscription ID. This placeholder value will need to be replaced before implementing the role.

Azure GovCloud Supported Regions

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usgovarizona
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usgoviowa
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usgovtexas
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usgovvirginia

Azure GovCloud Supported Services

Listed below are all of the Azure GovCloud services (and their components) supported by InsightCloudSec. For resource support, in general if a resource is supported by InsightCloudSec for GovCloud, we support it in any region in which the CSP provides the resource. If you have questions related to Azure or specific services and their support, contact us through the Customer Support Portal.

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Activity log (Alerts)
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API Management services
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App Registration
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App Services
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App Service plans
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Application credentials
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Application gateways
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Automation Account
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Azure Active Directory (Group, Service Principal, User)
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Azure Blob Storage
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Azure Cache for Redis
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Azure Cosmos DB
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Azure Database for PostgreSQL/MySQL/MariaDB
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Azure Databricks
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Azure Files
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Azure Synapse Analytics
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Batch (Accounts, Pools)
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Bot services
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CDN profile
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Cognitive Services (Azure OpenAI, Computer vision, Content moderator, Language service, Language understanding (classic), Personalizer, Speech service, Translator)
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Container instances
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Container registries (Container Image)
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Compute/Network Usage Limit
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Data factories
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Dedicated SQL pools
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DDoS protection plans
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Diagnostic settings
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Disks
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DNS zones
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Event Grid (Topics)
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Event Hubs
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ExpressRoute circuits
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Firewall (Rule, Rule Collection)
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Front Doors
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Function App
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HDInsight clusters
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IP Groups
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Kubernetes services
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Load balancers
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Log Analytics workspaces
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Logic apps
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Management groups
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Microsoft Defender for Cloud (Security posture recommendations)
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NAT gateways
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Network interfaces
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Network security groups (Flow Logs, Security Rules)
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Peerings
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Policy (Definitions)
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Private Link services
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Public IP addresses
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Region
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Resource groups
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Role Definition
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Route tables (Route)
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Service Bus (Queue)
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Service Fabric clusters
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Shared Image Gallery (Image Definition, Image Version)
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SQL Servers
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SSL Certificate
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Storage accounts
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Storage Sync Services
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Subscriptions
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Traffic Manager
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Virtual machine (Dedicated Host, Image)
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Virtual machine scale sets
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Virtual network (Private Endpoint, Service Endpoint, Service Endpoint Policy Subnet)
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Virtual network gateway