CloudQuery has been recognized as an Amazon Web Services Partner and validated via a foundational technical review. This Partner program will enable CloudQuery to build and service more customer needs including security, cost optimization, infrastructure, and development.
We are excited to announce that CloudQuery has officially been recognized as a member of the AWS Partner Network
. From this partnership program, we're looking forward to continued development on extracting, transforming, and loading data from AWS APIs to a variety of supported destinations that include databases, data lakes, and streaming platforms for further analysis. CloudQuery supports multiple use cases built on top of this data platform including security, cost optimization, infrastructure, and development.
We have an exciting roadmap ahead of new features and improvements. Stay tuned!
Part of the partner process involved us working with AWS to complete multiple steps including an AWS Foundational Technical Review to ensure our offerings meet AWS's stringent technical requirements and provide value to customers.
How CloudQuery works with Amazon Web Services
CloudQuery supports a variety of source plugins
and destination plugins
. By using these source plugins and destinations, information from AWS configurations and deployments can be synced. Additionally, infrastructure data from a variety of sources can be synced to AWS-related and hosted data destinations.
CloudQuery Source Plugins include the following AWS plugins:
CloudQuery supports the following AWS-related destination plugins:
Policies and Dashboards
CloudQuery supports additional compliance frameworks including:
Please see our links for policies and dashboards for more information about these offerings:
CloudQuery supports multiple use cases including security, cost optimization, infrastructure, and development. Below is a sampling of the use cases that can be built with CloudQuery with AWS infrastructure data:
We'd love to hear your thoughts. We can be reached on GitHub