Thank you for checking out CloudCheckr. This Help Site will provide details on how to use and discover CloudCheckr’s features.
Check out our navigation bar at the top of the page for links to reports, configuration and helpful information!
For CloudCheckr to have the ability to pull data from your AWS account you need to create and enter IAM credentials into CloudCheckr. This page will walk you threw those steps, as well as instructions for enabling Detailed Billing Reports, and CloudTrail, within your AWS account.
This page shows you how to create accounts within CloudCheckr, connect those accounts to your AWS account, and configure specific settings within the account.
CloudCheckr customers have full control over provisioning and managing user access within their account(s). User access can be configured with specific permissions, rights, and visibility based on the needs and role of the user.
Configuring your GovCloud Account within CloudCheckr is slightly different than configuring a standard account, as GovCloud Accounts can be populated with two different AWS Credentials: one for the account itself, and one for its linked commercial account. This page walks you through adding GovCloud accounts.
Cost Reports– CloudCheckr offers a wide range of summary, detailed, and custom cost reporting.
Inventory Reports– Inventory reporting provides comprehensive details about your AWS resources, including trending reporting, map summary, and custom reports.
Security Reports– CloudCheckr provides over 100 security checks for AWS, and offers reports and alerting around AWS CloudTrail and Config, a perimeter assessment, as well as in-depth VPC and security group analysis.
Utilization Reports– CloudCheckr’s Utilization reporting helps you keep an eye on your AWS deployment, showing how much your resources are being utilized to help ensure your infrastructure is running smoothly.
CloudCheckr provides over 300 Best Practice Checks which help ensure your infrastructure is configured properly, and will highlight areas that may be cause for concern. These checks will focus on four key areas: security, availability, cost, and usage.
CloudCheckr can alert when any number of critical events occurs within your AWS account. You can be alerted when you approach your monthly budget, when someone accesses your account using the Root user account, when a publicly accessible resource is launched, plus several other important scenarios.
CloudCheckr API User Guide– This guide provides detailed information and setup instructions for getting started with the CloudCheckr API.
CloudCheckr API Reference Guide– This guide provides parameters and examples for all available non-Admin CloudCheckr API calls.
CloudCheckr Admin API Reference Guide– Admin-Level Access Keys allow API users to make account-management related calls, and query non-account calls against any CloudCheckr account.