Welcome to Fugue! If you’ve just created an environment, you’re in the right place. In this document, we’ll go over some core Fugue concepts and explain how to navigate the product.
Before diving into Fugue, it’s helpful to understand some core concepts:
An environment represents cloud infrastructure in a provider account and includes resource configuration, compliance state, and more.
A baseline represents a “snapshot” of an environment’s resource configuration at a point in time.
When you set a baseline, Fugue lets you know of any changes to that configuration, known as drift.
To get the most out of Fugue, a good workflow is to:
Optionally enable enforcement so drifted resources may be corrected back to the state in the baseline
Fugue requires read-only access to all services you want Fugue to scan for compliance or drift and read and write access to all services you want Fugue to enforce. This access is controlled through your associated AWS Identity & Access Management (IAM) role or Azure service principal. You can see the list of AWS and AWS GovCloud IAM permissions here.
AWS IAM role resources:
Azure permissions resources:
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