cloudtamer.io makes cloud control easier in many ways, but users especially love our easy integrations. We work together with all your team’s favorite tools for compliance, workflows, communication, data analysis, and more.
Best of all, you can use cloudtamer.io’s public API, your tools’ APIs, and webhooks to integrate cloudtamer.io with many other services and applications we haven’t listed here. The possibilities are endless!
We’ve rounded up a list of the most frequently requested tools that integrate with our software.
ServiceNow is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for organizations that need to manage workflows and provide technical support to their customers. Our integration allows your team to create a cloudtamer.io project, a cloud provider account, a funding source, and new active directory group(s) and users—all from a single workflow within ServiceNow. If your team loves ServiceNow, they’ll love this integration.
Jira lets you plan, track, and manage your development and workflow processes with ease. The cloudtamer.io integration with Jira automates the creation of SecOps tickets from compliance findings, so they can go from findings in your cloudtamer.io dashboard to a to-do in your Jira task list in no time.
Tenable.sc is a tool to consolidate and evaluate compliance vulnerabilities. Our integration lets you effortlessly pull in your Tenable.sc compliance vulnerabilities and report them on cloudtamer.io’s compliance overview. This is great if you’re using multiple tools to track compliance; you’ll have all the info in one central, easy-to-use location without doing double the work.
Splunk lets you search, monitor, and analyze big data for easy visualization. You can use Splunk’s integration with CloudWatch to analyze your cloudtamer.io data, and you can leverage a Cloud Custodian utility to send compliance violation information from cloudtamer.io to Splunk as well. You can read more in our blog article about this integration.
Slack is a popular tool for communication across teams. We integrate with Slack using a Cloud Custodian utility that lets you send notifications of compliance violations via Slack, so you’ll stay in the loop. You can read more in our blog article about this integration.
AWS Security Hub
AWS Security Hub provides a view of security alerts and findings across your AWS accounts. In cloudtamer.io, you can create compliance checks using native Cloud Custodian policies that interact with Security Hub in each of your AWS accounts, making it much easier for your teams to manage compliance and remediation. You can read more in our blog article about this integration.
AWS Control Tower
AWS Control Tower helps AWS users set up and manage multi-account AWS environments. Our integration lets you take advantage of consistent VPC configuration, centralized audit and logging via CloudTrail, and Service Control Policies (SCPs) to prevent users from violating key AWS best practices. You can learn more in our blog article on this integration.
cloudtamer.io integrates with Yubico and Google Authenticator to support MFA when using the internal directory. This allows customers to use TOTP (via Google Authenticator) or U2F (via YubiKey) for MFA with the internal directory for extra security while logging in.
SAML 2.0 and Active Directory IDMS
We integrate fully with Microsoft Active Directory and SAML 2.0 so you can log into cloudtamer.io using providers like Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin, PingFederate, Google, and more. This lets users access cloudtamer.io using familiar logins and consolidates user management.
Here are even more tools that integrate with cloudtamer.io.
- New Relic
- Cloud Custodian compliance policies
- Azure policy definitions for cloud compliance
- LOTS MORE using APIs and webhooks!