This library, provides prescriptive Terraform and Sentinel policies that can be used to establish a seemless and performant baseline Terraform configuration for Amazon Web Services. The policies that are contained in this library are based on the Open-Source Database Tuning Guide on 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors Based Platform. Terraform Cloud/Enterprise users can use the policies in this library to establish a foundational level of instance verification and enforcement for the database services that they are adopting in Amazon Web Services.
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- intel-aws-db-instance-deny-unapproved-storage-types.md (docs | code)
- intel-aws-db-instance-deny-unencrypted-database.md (docs | code)
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- intel-aws-instance-deny-unapproved-instance-types.md (docs | code)
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Intel have collaborated for over 17 years to develop flexible technologies and software optimizations tailored for mission critical enterprise applications. Intel® Xeon® processors provide the foundation of many cloud computing services deployed on AWS and this collaboration allows AWS Partners to help customers migrate and modernize their applications and infrastructure to manage cost and complexity, accelerate business outcomes, and scale to meet current and future computing requirements.