Keep your code in sync with your cloud
When changes are made directly to cloud resources instead of the infrastructure as code (IaC) templates that provisioned them, drift occurs. Although infrastructure drift isn’t always a security risk, it undermines the benefits of IaC and is at odds with GitOps. Without code to cloud visibility, it’s impossible to detect drift programmatically.
Bridgecrew’s Multi-Cloud Drift Detection continuously monitors configuration discrepancies between your cloud resources and IaC and provides automated fixes in code.
Checklist: Integrating cloud security and GitOps
Learn how to prevent drift and more with these 6 cloud GitOps power rules
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Check out these blog posts to learn more about cloud drift detection
Drift detection: How to resolve out-of-state changes
Get our guidance on how to take action when cloud drift inevitably crops up between IaC and cloud resources.
It's not all bad! Using cloud drift for teachable moments
Read about the main causes of drift, and how to use it to share knowledge about GitOps best practices.