Regions and Resources: Things to Know¶
Supported AWS and AWS GovCloud Regions¶
Fugue supports the following regions:
US East (N. Virginia) - us-east-1
US East (Ohio) - us-east-2
US West (N. California) - us-west-1
US West (Oregon) - us-west-2
Asia Pacific (Mumbai) - ap-south-1
Asia Pacific (Seoul) - ap-northeast-2
Asia Pacific (Singapore) - ap-southeast-1
Asia Pacific (Sydney) - ap-southeast-2
Asia Pacific (Tokyo) - ap-northeast-1
Canada (Central) - ca-central-1
EU (Frankfurt) - eu-central-1
EU (Ireland) - eu-west-1
EU (London) - eu-west-2
EU (Paris) - eu-west-3
South America (São Paulo) - sa-east-1
AWS GovCloud (US-East) - us-gov-east-1
AWS GovCloud (US) - us-gov-west-1
Changing AWS Region¶
Some AWS environments support region updates via the API. See the API User Guide for details.
Changing Resource Selection¶
For Azure, see How To: Add or Remove Azure Resource Groups.
Resources Under Management¶
Fugue determines the number of resources under management (RUM) for customers based on the AWS and Azure resource types as specified above. The following exceptions apply:
Duplicate resources are excluded when determining RUM.
AWS.IAM.Policy: AWS managed IAM policies are excluded when determining RUM.
Resource Types That Don’t Report Drift¶
By design, Fugue does not report drift for certain resource types, such as those that are dynamic, AWS-managed, or manually tagged with a fugue:transient tag:
AWS.EC2.Instance if it is in an autoscaling group
AWS.IAM.Policy if it is owned and managed by AWS (see AWS docs)
Any AWS or Azure resource with a fugue:transient tag