Automate & enforce policies

Govern your cloud with Firefly

Cloud governance is key to optimizing costs, reducing risks, and ensuring a reliable cloud infrastructure.

Policies-as-code are essential to automate the use and enforcement of these policies at scale. Firefly offers built-in OPA policies along with the ability to create AI-driven custom policies for unique needs like asset tagging.

Stepping beyond the automation of policies, Firefly automates cloud governance (governance-as-code) even more broadly to include version control and disaster recovery of your multi-cloud, multi-IaC, and even SaaS app configurations.
A variety of cloud providers and SaaS products feed into Firefly

Learn more about cloud governance best practices from the Firefly blog

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The imperative for modern cloud governance through Policy-as-Code

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Multi-cloud inventory

Manage your cloud inventory across multi-cloud, multiple accounts, K8s, and SaaS applications (Datadog, Git, Okta, etc.) in one place. Track cloud asset history and health status.

Automatically create IaC

Automatically transform cloud resources such as S3 buckets and K8s clusters into Terraform, Pulumi and Helm (including dependencies and modules) to quickly achieve full IaC coverage.

Fix misconfigurations and drift

Continuously identify unmanaged changes and remediate cloud configuration drift. Get real-time alerts and automatically generate Git pull/merge requests for remediation.

Cloud asset recovery

Capture cloud asset history to more easily troubleshoot issues and roll back cloud and SaaS app configurations to previous versions in the event of an outage.

Apply best practices—always

Apply policies-as-code across your entire cloud assets and IaC to find inefficiencies and ensure best practices. Add custom policies using the AI-driven policy-as-code generator.

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