Policy types for @turbot/aws-glue

AWS > Glue > API Enabled

Configure whether the AWS Glue API is enabled.

Note: Disabling the service disables the API for ALL users and roles, and Guardrails will have no access to the API.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApiEnabled
Valid Value
[
"Enabled",
"Disabled",
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Enabled",
"Disabled",
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
],
"default": "Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Approved Regions [Default]

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue resources are approved for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

This policy is the default value for all AWS Glue resources' Approved > Regions policies.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApprovedRegionsDefault
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws#/policy/types/approvedRegionsDefault\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions.value | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions.value %}- '{{ item }}'\n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue crawler, based on the AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > * policies.

The control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not,
has the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > *), raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement
action. Each Active sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive
or skipped. Generally, if the resource appears to be Active for any reason
it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved for any reason it will be considered
Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerActive
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
],
"example": [
"Check: Active"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > Age

The age after which the AWS Glue crawler
is no longer considered active. If a create time is unavailable, the time Guardrails discovered the resource is used.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerActiveAge
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Force inactive if age > 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > Budget

The impact of the budget state on the active control. This policy allows you to force
crawlers to inactive based on the current budget state, as reflected in
AWS > Account > Budget > State

The Active control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated compliance
environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms that are difficult
and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings automated, well-defined
control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerActiveBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > Last Modified

The number of days since the AWS Glue crawler
was last modified before it is considered inactive.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Crawler > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerActiveLastModified
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if last modified <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue crawler is not approved based on AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved > * policies.

The Approved control checks the status of the defined Approved sub-policies for the resource. If the resource is not approved according to any of these policies, this control raises an alarm and takes the defined enforcement action.

For any enforcement actions that specify if new, e.g., Enforce: Delete unapproved if new, this control will only take the enforcement actions for resources created within the last 60 minutes.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerApproved
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
],
"example": [
"Check: Approved"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved > Budget

The policy allows you to set crawlers to unapproved based on the current budget state, as reflected in AWS > Account > Budget > State

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue crawler is not matched by the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerApprovedBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved > Custom

Determine whether the AWS Glue crawler is allowed to exist.
This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue crawler is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved policy.
See Approved for more information.

Note: The policy value must be a string with a value of Approved, Not approved or Skip, or in the form of YAML objects. The object(s) must contain the key result with its value as Approved or Not approved. A custom title and message can also be added using the keys title and message respectively.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerApprovedCustom
Schema
{
"example": [
"Approved",
"Not approved",
"Skip",
{
"result": "Approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
[
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved",
"message": "string"
}
]
],
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
}
},
{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue crawlers are approved for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and '?' wildcard characters.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue crawler is created in a region that is not in the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerApprovedRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policy(uri: \"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApprovedRegionsDefault\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved > Usage

Determine whether the AWS Glue crawler is allowed to exist.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue crawler is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Crawler > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerApprovedUsage
Valid Value
[
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Not approved"
],
"default": "Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > CMDB

Configure whether to record and synchronize details for the AWS Glue crawler into the CMDB.

The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Guardrails CMDB.
All policies and controls in Guardrails are based around the resource, so usually the CMDB policy is set to "Enforce: Enabled".

If set to Skip then all changes to the CMDB are paused - no new resources will be discovered, no updates will be made and deleted resources will not be removed.

To cleanup resources and stop tracking changes, set this policy to "Enforce: Disabled".

CMDB controls also use the Regions policy associated with the resource. If region is not in AWS > Glue > Crawler > Regions policy, the CMDB control will delete the resource from the CMDB.

(Note: Setting CMDB to "Skip" will also pause these changes.)

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerCmdb
Category
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Enforce: Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue crawlers are supported for use.

Any crawlers in a region not listed here will not be recorded in CMDB.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerRegions
Schema
{
"allOf": [
{
"$ref": "aws#/definitions/regionNameMatcherList"
},
{
"default": [
"af-south-1",
"ap-east-1",
"ap-northeast-1",
"ap-northeast-2",
"ap-south-1",
"ap-southeast-1",
"ap-southeast-2",
"ca-central-1",
"cn-north-1",
"cn-northwest-1",
"eu-central-1",
"eu-north-1",
"eu-west-1",
"eu-west-2",
"eu-west-3",
"me-south-1",
"sa-east-1",
"us-east-1",
"us-east-2",
"us-gov-east-1",
"us-gov-west-1",
"us-west-1",
"us-west-2"
]
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Tags

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue crawler tags are not updated based on the AWS > Glue > Crawler > Tags > * policies.

The control ensure AWS Glue crawler tags include tags defined in AWS > Glue > Crawler > Tags > Template.

Tags not defined in Crawler Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerTags
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
],
"example": [
"Check: Tags are correct"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Tags > Template

The template is used to generate the keys and values for AWS Glue crawler.

Tags not defined in Crawler Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerTagsTemplate
Default Template Input
[
"{\n account {\n turbot {\n id\n }\n }\n}\n",
"{\n defaultTags: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueTagsTemplate\" resourceId: \"{{ $.account.turbot.id }}\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
]
Default Template
"{%- if $.defaultTags.value | length == 0 %} [] {%- elif $.defaultTags.value != undefined %}{{ $.defaultTags.value | dump | safe }}{%- else %}{% for item in $.defaultTags.value %}- {{ item }}{% endfor %}{% endif %}"

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Usage

Configure the number of AWS Glue crawlers that can be used for this account and the current consumption against the limit.

You can configure the behavior of the control with this AWS > Glue > Crawler > Usage policy.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerUsage
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
],
"example": [
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Crawler > Usage > Limit

Maximum number of items that can be created for this account.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/crawlerUsageLimit
Schema
{
"type": "integer",
"minimum": 0,
"default": 1000
}

AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > CMDB

Configure whether to record and synchronize details for the AWS Glue data catalog into the CMDB.

The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Guardrails CMDB.
All policies and controls in Guardrails are based around the resource, so usually the CMDB policy is set to "Enforce: Enabled".

If set to Skip then all changes to the CMDB are paused - no new resources will be discovered, no updates will be made and deleted resources will not be removed.

To cleanup resources and stop tracking changes, set this policy to "Enforce: Disabled".

CMDB controls also use the Regions policy associated with the resource. If region is not in AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Regions policy, the CMDB control will delete the resource from the CMDB.

(Note: Setting CMDB to "Skip" will also pause these changes.)

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/dataCatalogCmdb
Category
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Enforce: Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Connection Password Encryption

Define the Connection Password Encryption settings required for AWS > Glue > Data Catalog.

Connection Password Encryption refers specifically to the encryption of data when written
to an underlying storage system. This control determines whether the resource
is encrypted at rest, and sets encryption to your desired level.

The Connection Password Encryption
control compares the encryption settings against the encryption policies for the resource
(AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Connection Password Encryption > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/dataCatalogConnectionPasswordEncryption
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: None",
"Check: None or higher",
"Check: AWS managed key",
"Check: AWS managed key or higher",
"Check: Customer managed key",
"Check: Connection Password Encryption > Customer Managed Key",
"Enforce: None",
"Enforce: AWS managed key",
"Enforce: AWS managed key or higher",
"Enforce: Customer managed key",
"Enforce: Connection Password Encryption > Customer Managed Key"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: None",
"Check: None or higher",
"Check: AWS managed key",
"Check: AWS managed key or higher",
"Check: Customer managed key",
"Check: Connection Password Encryption > Customer Managed Key",
"Enforce: None",
"Enforce: AWS managed key",
"Enforce: AWS managed key or higher",
"Enforce: Customer managed key",
"Enforce: Connection Password Encryption > Customer Managed Key"
],
"example": [
"Check: None or higher"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Connection Password Encryption > Customer Managed Key

Define the KMS key ID for connection password encryption.

Connection Password Encryption refers specifically to the encryption of data when written
to an underlying storage system. This control determines whether the resource
is encrypted at rest, and sets encryption to your desired level.

The Connection Password Encryption
control compares the encryption settings against the encryption policies for the resource
(AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Connection Password Encryption > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action

Please make sure the key defined in the template has required permissions.

<br />example:<br /> alias/aws/ebs<br /> ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-c758-c2b6c510e8fd<br /> arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:123456789012:key/ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-c758-c2b6c510e8fd<br /> arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:123456789012:alias/aws/ebs<br />

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/dataCatalogConnectionPasswordEncryptionCustomerManagedKey
Default Template Input
"{\n defaultKey: policy(uri: \"aws-kms#/policy/types/keyDefaultCustomerManagedKey\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{{ $.defaultKey }}"
Schema
{
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^alias/[a-zA-Z0-9:/_-]{1,249}$"
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[-a-z0-9-]{1,255}$"
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^arn:aws(-us-gov|-cn)?:kms:[a-z]{2}(-gov)?-[a-z]+-[0-9]:[0-9]{12}:key/[-a-z0-9-]{1,255}$"
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^arn:aws(-us-gov|-cn)?:kms:[a-z]{2}(-gov)?-[a-z]+-[0-9]:[0-9]{12}:alias/[a-zA-Z0-9:/_-]{1,249}$"
}
],
"tests": [
{
"description": "valid - if keyArn",
"input": "arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:039305405804:key/ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-b758-c2b6c510e8fd"
},
{
"description": "valid - if aliasName",
"input": "alias/aws/ebs"
},
{
"description": "valid - if keyId",
"input": "ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-b758-c2b6c510e8fd"
},
{
"description": "valid - if aliasArn",
"input": "arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:039305405804:alias/aws/ebs"
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Encryption at Rest

Define the Encryption at Rest settings required for AWS > Glue > Data Catalog.

Encryption at Rest refers specifically to the encryption of data when written
to an underlying storage system. This control determines whether the resource
is encrypted at rest, and sets encryption to your desired level.

The Encryption at Rest
control compares the encryption settings against the encryption policies for the resource
(AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Encryption at Rest > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/dataCatalogEncryptionAtRest
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: None",
"Check: None or higher",
"Check: AWS managed key",
"Check: AWS managed key or higher",
"Check: Customer managed key",
"Check: Encryption at Rest > Customer Managed Key",
"Enforce: None",
"Enforce: AWS managed key",
"Enforce: AWS managed key or higher",
"Enforce: Customer managed key",
"Enforce: Encryption at Rest > Customer Managed Key"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: None",
"Check: None or higher",
"Check: AWS managed key",
"Check: AWS managed key or higher",
"Check: Customer managed key",
"Check: Encryption at Rest > Customer Managed Key",
"Enforce: None",
"Enforce: AWS managed key",
"Enforce: AWS managed key or higher",
"Enforce: Customer managed key",
"Enforce: Encryption at Rest > Customer Managed Key"
],
"example": [
"Check: None or higher"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Encryption at Rest > Customer Managed Key

Define the KMS key ID for encryption at rest.

Encryption at Rest refers specifically to the encryption of data when written
to an underlying storage system. This control determines whether the resource
is encrypted at rest, and sets encryption to your desired level.

The Encryption at Rest
control compares the encryption settings against the encryption policies for the resource
(AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Encryption at Rest > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action

Please make sure the key defined in the template has required permissions.

<br />example:<br /> alias/aws/ebs<br /> ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-c758-c2b6c510e8fd<br /> arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:123456789012:key/ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-c758-c2b6c510e8fd<br /> arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:123456789012:alias/aws/ebs<br />

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/dataCatalogEncryptionAtRestCustomerManagedKey
Default Template Input
"{\n defaultKey: policy(uri: \"aws-kms#/policy/types/keyDefaultCustomerManagedKey\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{{ $.defaultKey }}"
Schema
{
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^alias/[a-zA-Z0-9:/_-]{1,249}$"
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[-a-z0-9-]{1,255}$"
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^arn:aws(-us-gov|-cn)?:kms:[a-z]{2}(-gov)?-[a-z]+-[0-9]:[0-9]{12}:key/[-a-z0-9-]{1,255}$"
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^arn:aws(-us-gov|-cn)?:kms:[a-z]{2}(-gov)?-[a-z]+-[0-9]:[0-9]{12}:alias/[a-zA-Z0-9:/_-]{1,249}$"
}
],
"tests": [
{
"description": "valid - if keyArn",
"input": "arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:039305405804:key/ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-b758-c2b6c510e8fd"
},
{
"description": "valid - if aliasName",
"input": "alias/aws/ebs"
},
{
"description": "valid - if keyId",
"input": "ddc06e04-ce5f-4995-b758-c2b6c510e8fd"
},
{
"description": "valid - if aliasArn",
"input": "arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:039305405804:alias/aws/ebs"
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > Data Catalog > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue data catalogs are supported for use.

Any data catalogs in a region not listed here will not be recorded in CMDB.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/dataCatalogRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueRegionsDefault\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions.value | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions.value %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Database > Active

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue database, based on the AWS > Glue > Database > Active > * policies.

The control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not,
has the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Database > Active > *), raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement
action. Each Active sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive
or skipped. Generally, if the resource appears to be Active for any reason
it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved for any reason it will be considered
Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseActive
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
],
"example": [
"Check: Active"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Active > Age

The age after which the AWS Glue database
is no longer considered active. If a create time is unavailable, the time Guardrails discovered the resource is used.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Database > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseActiveAge
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Force inactive if age > 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Active > Budget

The impact of the budget state on the active control. This policy allows you to force
databases to inactive based on the current budget state, as reflected in
AWS > Account > Budget > State

The Active control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated compliance
environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms that are difficult
and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings automated, well-defined
control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Database > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseActiveBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Active > Last Modified

The number of days since the AWS Glue database
was last modified before it is considered inactive.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Database > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseActiveLastModified
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if last modified <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Approved

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue database is not approved based on AWS > Glue > Database > Approved > * policies.

The Approved control checks the status of the defined Approved sub-policies for the resource. If the resource is not approved according to any of these policies, this control raises an alarm and takes the defined enforcement action.

For any enforcement actions that specify if new, e.g., Enforce: Delete unapproved if new, this control will only take the enforcement actions for resources created within the last 60 minutes.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseApproved
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
],
"example": [
"Check: Approved"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Approved > Budget

The policy allows you to set databases to unapproved based on the current budget state, as reflected in AWS > Account > Budget > State

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue database is not matched by the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Database > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseApprovedBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Approved > Custom

Determine whether the AWS Glue database is allowed to exist.
This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue database is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Database > Approved policy.
See Approved for more information.

Note: The policy value must be a string with a value of Approved, Not approved or Skip, or in the form of YAML objects. The object(s) must contain the key result with its value as Approved or Not approved. A custom title and message can also be added using the keys title and message respectively.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseApprovedCustom
Schema
{
"example": [
"Approved",
"Not approved",
"Skip",
{
"result": "Approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
[
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved",
"message": "string"
}
]
],
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
}
},
{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Approved > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue databases are approved for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and '?' wildcard characters.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue database is created in a region that is not in the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Database > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseApprovedRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policy(uri: \"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApprovedRegionsDefault\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Database > Approved > Usage

Determine whether the AWS Glue database is allowed to exist.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue database is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Database > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseApprovedUsage
Valid Value
[
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Not approved"
],
"default": "Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > CMDB

Configure whether to record and synchronize details for the AWS Glue database into the CMDB.

The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Guardrails CMDB.
All policies and controls in Guardrails are based around the resource, so usually the CMDB policy is set to "Enforce: Enabled".

If set to Skip then all changes to the CMDB are paused - no new resources will be discovered, no updates will be made and deleted resources will not be removed.

To cleanup resources and stop tracking changes, set this policy to "Enforce: Disabled".

CMDB controls also use the Regions policy associated with the resource. If region is not in AWS > Glue > Database > Regions policy, the CMDB control will delete the resource from the CMDB.

(Note: Setting CMDB to "Skip" will also pause these changes.)

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseCmdb
Category
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Enforce: Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue databases are supported for use.

Any databases in a region not listed here will not be recorded in CMDB.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueRegionsDefault\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions.value | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions.value %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Database > Usage

Configure the number of AWS Glue databases that can be used for this account and the current consumption against the limit.

You can configure the behavior of the control with this AWS > Glue > Database > Usage policy.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseUsage
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
],
"example": [
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Database > Usage > Limit

Maximum number of items that can be created for this account.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/databaseUsageLimit
Schema
{
"type": "integer",
"minimum": 0,
"default": 10000
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Active

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue development endpoint, based on the AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Active > * policies.

The control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not,
has the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Active > *), raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement
action. Each Active sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive
or skipped. Generally, if the resource appears to be Active for any reason
it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved for any reason it will be considered
Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointActive
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
],
"example": [
"Check: Active"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Active > Age

The age after which the AWS Glue development endpoint
is no longer considered active. If a create time is unavailable, the time Guardrails discovered the resource is used.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointActiveAge
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Force inactive if age > 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Active > Budget

The impact of the budget state on the active control. This policy allows you to force
devEndpoints to inactive based on the current budget state, as reflected in
AWS > Account > Budget > State

The Active control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated compliance
environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms that are difficult
and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings automated, well-defined
control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointActiveBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Active > Last Modified

The number of days since the AWS Glue development endpoint
was last modified before it is considered inactive.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointActiveLastModified
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if last modified <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Active > Recently Used

The number of days since the AWS Glue development endpoint was last used before it is considered inactive.
The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.
The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.
See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointActiveRecentlyUsed
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if recently used <= 1 day",
"Active if recently used <= 3 days",
"Active if recently used <= 7 days",
"Active if recently used <= 14 days",
"Active if recently used <= 30 days",
"Active if recently used <= 60 days",
"Active if recently used <= 90 days",
"Active if recently used <= 180 days",
"Active if recently used <= 365 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 1 day",
"Force active if recently used <= 3 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 7 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 14 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 30 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 60 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 90 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 180 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if recently used <= 1 day",
"Active if recently used <= 3 days",
"Active if recently used <= 7 days",
"Active if recently used <= 14 days",
"Active if recently used <= 30 days",
"Active if recently used <= 60 days",
"Active if recently used <= 90 days",
"Active if recently used <= 180 days",
"Active if recently used <= 365 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 1 day",
"Force active if recently used <= 3 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 7 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 14 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 30 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 60 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 90 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 180 days",
"Force active if recently used <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if recently used <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Approved

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue development endpoint is not approved based on AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Approved > * policies.

The Approved control checks the status of the defined Approved sub-policies for the resource. If the resource is not approved according to any of these policies, this control raises an alarm and takes the defined enforcement action.

For any enforcement actions that specify if new, e.g., Enforce: Delete unapproved if new, this control will only take the enforcement actions for resources created within the last 60 minutes.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointApproved
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
],
"example": [
"Check: Approved"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Approved > Budget

The policy allows you to set development endpoints to unapproved based on the current budget state, as reflected in AWS > Account > Budget > State

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue development endpoint is not matched by the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointApprovedBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Approved > Custom

Determine whether the AWS Glue development endpoint is allowed to exist.
This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue development endpoint is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Approved policy.
See Approved for more information.

Note: The policy value must be a string with a value of Approved, Not approved or Skip, or in the form of YAML objects. The object(s) must contain the key result with its value as Approved or Not approved. A custom title and message can also be added using the keys title and message respectively.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointApprovedCustom
Schema
{
"example": [
"Approved",
"Not approved",
"Skip",
{
"result": "Approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
[
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved",
"message": "string"
}
]
],
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
}
},
{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Approved > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue development endpoints are approved for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and '?' wildcard characters.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue development endpoint is created in a region that is not in the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointApprovedRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policy(uri: \"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApprovedRegionsDefault\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Approved > Usage

Determine whether the AWS Glue development endpoint is allowed to exist.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue development endpoint is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointApprovedUsage
Valid Value
[
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Not approved"
],
"default": "Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > CMDB

Configure whether to record and synchronize details for the AWS Glue development endpoint into the CMDB.

The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Guardrails CMDB.
All policies and controls in Guardrails are based around the resource, so usually the CMDB policy is set to "Enforce: Enabled".

If set to Skip then all changes to the CMDB are paused - no new resources will be discovered, no updates will be made and deleted resources will not be removed.

To cleanup resources and stop tracking changes, set this policy to "Enforce: Disabled".

CMDB controls also use the Regions policy associated with the resource. If region is not in AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Regions policy, the CMDB control will delete the resource from the CMDB.

(Note: Setting CMDB to "Skip" will also pause these changes.)

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointCmdb
Category
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Enforce: Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue development endpoints are supported for use.

Any development endpoints in a region not listed here will not be recorded in CMDB.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointRegions
Schema
{
"allOf": [
{
"$ref": "aws#/definitions/regionNameMatcherList"
},
{
"default": [
"af-south-1",
"ap-east-1",
"ap-northeast-1",
"ap-northeast-2",
"ap-south-1",
"ap-southeast-1",
"ap-southeast-2",
"ca-central-1",
"cn-north-1",
"cn-northwest-1",
"eu-central-1",
"eu-north-1",
"eu-west-1",
"eu-west-2",
"eu-west-3",
"me-south-1",
"sa-east-1",
"us-east-1",
"us-east-2",
"us-gov-east-1",
"us-gov-west-1",
"us-west-1",
"us-west-3"
]
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Tags

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue development endpoint tags are not updated based on the AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Tags > * policies.

The control ensure AWS Glue development endpoint tags include tags defined in AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Tags > Template.

Tags not defined in Development Endpoint Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointTags
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
],
"example": [
"Check: Tags are correct"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Tags > Template

The template is used to generate the keys and values for AWS Glue development endpoint.

Tags not defined in Development Endpoint Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointTagsTemplate
Default Template Input
[
"{\n account {\n turbot {\n id\n }\n }\n}\n",
"{\n defaultTags: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueTagsTemplate\" resourceId: \"{{ $.account.turbot.id }}\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
]
Default Template
"{%- if $.defaultTags.value | length == 0 %} [] {%- elif $.defaultTags.value != undefined %}{{ $.defaultTags.value | dump | safe }}{%- else %}{% for item in $.defaultTags.value %}- {{ item }}{% endfor %}{% endif %}"

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Usage

Configure the number of AWS Glue development endpoints that can be used for this account and the current consumption against the limit.

You can configure the behavior of the control with this AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint > Usage policy.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointUsage
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
],
"example": [
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Development Endpoint [Deprecated] > Usage > Limit

Maximum number of items that can be created for this account.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/devEndpointUsageLimit
Schema
{
"type": "integer",
"minimum": 0,
"default": 25
}

AWS > Glue > Enabled

Configure whether the AWS Glue service is enabled.
This will only affect Guardrails managed User Roles and will allow the Guardrails managed user to access AWS Glue service.
- Enabled policy allows Guardrails managed users to perform all the actions for the service
- Enabled: Metadata Only policy allows Guardrails managed users to perform only the metadata level actions for the service (like describe*, list*)

Note:
- Disabled policy disables the service but does NOT disable the API for Guardrails or SuperUsers
- All the resource data stored in the Guardrails CMDB is considered to be metadata
- For more information related to permissions and grant levels, please check the documentation

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueEnabled
Valid Value
[
"Enabled",
"Enabled: Metadata Only",
"Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Enabled",
"Enabled: Metadata Only",
"Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Enabled"
],
"default": "Disabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Active

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue job, based on the AWS > Glue > Job > Active > * policies.

The control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not,
has the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Job > Active > *), raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement
action. Each Active sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive
or skipped. Generally, if the resource appears to be Active for any reason
it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved for any reason it will be considered
Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobActive
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
],
"example": [
"Check: Active"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Active > Age

The age after which the AWS Glue job
is no longer considered active. If a create time is unavailable, the time Guardrails discovered the resource is used.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Job > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobActiveAge
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Force inactive if age > 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Active > Budget

The impact of the budget state on the active control. This policy allows you to force
jobs to inactive based on the current budget state, as reflected in
AWS > Account > Budget > State

The Active control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated compliance
environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms that are difficult
and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings automated, well-defined
control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Job > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobActiveBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Active > Last Modified

The number of days since the AWS Glue job
was last modified before it is considered inactive.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Job > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobActiveLastModified
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if last modified <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Approved

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue job is not approved based on AWS > Glue > Job > Approved > * policies.

The Approved control checks the status of the defined Approved sub-policies for the resource. If the resource is not approved according to any of these policies, this control raises an alarm and takes the defined enforcement action.

For any enforcement actions that specify if new, e.g., Enforce: Delete unapproved if new, this control will only take the enforcement actions for resources created within the last 60 minutes.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobApproved
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
],
"example": [
"Check: Approved"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Approved > Budget

The policy allows you to set jobs to unapproved based on the current budget state, as reflected in AWS > Account > Budget > State

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue job is not matched by the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Job > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobApprovedBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Approved > Custom

Determine whether the AWS Glue job is allowed to exist.
This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue job is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Job > Approved policy.
See Approved for more information.

Note: The policy value must be a string with a value of Approved, Not approved or Skip, or in the form of YAML objects. The object(s) must contain the key result with its value as Approved or Not approved. A custom title and message can also be added using the keys title and message respectively.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobApprovedCustom
Schema
{
"example": [
"Approved",
"Not approved",
"Skip",
{
"result": "Approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
[
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved",
"message": "string"
}
]
],
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
}
},
{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Approved > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue jobs are approved for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and '?' wildcard characters.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue job is created in a region that is not in the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Job > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobApprovedRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policy(uri: \"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApprovedRegionsDefault\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > Job > Approved > Usage

Determine whether the AWS Glue job is allowed to exist.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue job is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Job > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobApprovedUsage
Valid Value
[
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Not approved"
],
"default": "Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > CMDB

Configure whether to record and synchronize details for the AWS Glue job into the CMDB.

The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Guardrails CMDB.
All policies and controls in Guardrails are based around the resource, so usually the CMDB policy is set to "Enforce: Enabled".

If set to Skip then all changes to the CMDB are paused - no new resources will be discovered, no updates will be made and deleted resources will not be removed.

To cleanup resources and stop tracking changes, set this policy to "Enforce: Disabled".

CMDB controls also use the Regions policy associated with the resource. If region is not in AWS > Glue > Job > Regions policy, the CMDB control will delete the resource from the CMDB.

(Note: Setting CMDB to "Skip" will also pause these changes.)

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobCmdb
Category
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Enforce: Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue jobs are supported for use.

Any jobs in a region not listed here will not be recorded in CMDB.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobRegions
Schema
{
"allOf": [
{
"$ref": "aws#/definitions/regionNameMatcherList"
},
{
"default": [
"af-south-1",
"ap-east-1",
"ap-northeast-1",
"ap-northeast-2",
"ap-south-1",
"ap-southeast-1",
"ap-southeast-2",
"ca-central-1",
"cn-north-1",
"cn-northwest-1",
"eu-central-1",
"eu-north-1",
"eu-west-1",
"eu-west-2",
"eu-west-3",
"me-south-1",
"sa-east-1",
"us-east-1",
"us-east-2",
"us-gov-east-1",
"us-gov-west-1",
"us-west-1",
"us-west-2"
]
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Tags

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue job tags are not updated based on the AWS > Glue > Job > Tags > * policies.

The control ensure AWS Glue job tags include tags defined in AWS > Glue > Job > Tags > Template.

Tags not defined in Job Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobTags
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
],
"example": [
"Check: Tags are correct"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Tags > Template

The template is used to generate the keys and values for AWS Glue job.

Tags not defined in Job Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobTagsTemplate
Default Template Input
[
"{\n account {\n turbot {\n id\n }\n }\n}\n",
"{\n defaultTags: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueTagsTemplate\" resourceId: \"{{ $.account.turbot.id }}\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
]
Default Template
"{%- if $.defaultTags.value | length == 0 %} [] {%- elif $.defaultTags.value != undefined %}{{ $.defaultTags.value | dump | safe }}{%- else %}{% for item in $.defaultTags.value %}- {{ item }}{% endfor %}{% endif %}"

AWS > Glue > Job > Usage

Configure the number of AWS Glue jobs that can be used for this account and the current consumption against the limit.

You can configure the behavior of the control with this AWS > Glue > Job > Usage policy.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobUsage
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
],
"example": [
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Job > Usage > Limit

Maximum number of items that can be created for this account.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/jobUsageLimit
Schema
{
"type": "integer",
"minimum": 0,
"default": 1000
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue ml transform, based on the AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > * policies.

The control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not,
has the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > *), raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement
action. Each Active sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive
or skipped. Generally, if the resource appears to be Active for any reason
it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved for any reason it will be considered
Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformActive
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
],
"example": [
"Check: Active"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > Age

The age after which the AWS Glue ml transform
is no longer considered active. If a create time is unavailable, the time Guardrails discovered the resource is used.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformActiveAge
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Force inactive if age > 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > Budget

The impact of the budget state on the active control. This policy allows you to force
mlTransforms to inactive based on the current budget state, as reflected in
AWS > Account > Budget > State

The Active control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated compliance
environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms that are difficult
and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings automated, well-defined
control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformActiveBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Force inactive if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > Last Modified

The number of days since the AWS Glue ml transform
was last modified before it is considered inactive.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformActiveLastModified
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if last modified <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue ml transform is not approved based on AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved > * policies.

The Approved control checks the status of the defined Approved sub-policies for the resource. If the resource is not approved according to any of these policies, this control raises an alarm and takes the defined enforcement action.

For any enforcement actions that specify if new, e.g., Enforce: Delete unapproved if new, this control will only take the enforcement actions for resources created within the last 60 minutes.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformApproved
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
],
"example": [
"Check: Approved"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved > Budget

The policy allows you to set ml transforms to unapproved based on the current budget state, as reflected in AWS > Account > Budget > State

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue ml transform is not matched by the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformApprovedBudget
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Over or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Critical or higher",
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"example": [
"Unapproved if Budget > State is Shutdown"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved > Custom

Determine whether the AWS Glue ml transform is allowed to exist.
This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue ml transform is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved policy.
See Approved for more information.

Note: The policy value must be a string with a value of Approved, Not approved or Skip, or in the form of YAML objects. The object(s) must contain the key result with its value as Approved or Not approved. A custom title and message can also be added using the keys title and message respectively.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformApprovedCustom
Schema
{
"example": [
"Approved",
"Not approved",
"Skip",
{
"result": "Approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
[
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved",
"message": "string"
}
]
],
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
}
},
{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,32}$"
},
"message": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^[\\W\\w]{1,128}$"
},
"result": {
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
},
"required": [
"result"
],
"additionalProperties": false
},
{
"type": "string",
"pattern": "^(Approved|Not approved|Skip)$"
}
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue ml transforms are approved for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and '?' wildcard characters.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue ml transform is created in a region that is not in the approved list, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformApprovedRegions
Default Template Input
"{\n regions: policy(uri: \"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueApprovedRegionsDefault\")\n}\n"
Default Template
"{% if $.regions | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.regions %}- &#39;{{ item }}&#39;&#92;n{% endfor %}"

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved > Usage

Determine whether the AWS Glue ml transform is allowed to exist.

This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue ml transform is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Approved policy.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformApprovedUsage
Valid Value
[
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Not approved",
"Approved",
"Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Not approved"
],
"default": "Approved if AWS > Glue > Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > CMDB

Configure whether to record and synchronize details for the AWS Glue ml transform into the CMDB.

The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Guardrails CMDB.
All policies and controls in Guardrails are based around the resource, so usually the CMDB policy is set to "Enforce: Enabled".

If set to Skip then all changes to the CMDB are paused - no new resources will be discovered, no updates will be made and deleted resources will not be removed.

To cleanup resources and stop tracking changes, set this policy to "Enforce: Disabled".

CMDB controls also use the Regions policy associated with the resource. If region is not in AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Regions policy, the CMDB control will delete the resource from the CMDB.

(Note: Setting CMDB to "Skip" will also pause these changes.)

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformCmdb
Category
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Enforce: Enabled",
"Enforce: Disabled"
],
"example": [
"Skip"
],
"default": "Enforce: Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue ml transforms are supported for use.

Any ml transforms in a region not listed here will not be recorded in CMDB.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformRegions
Schema
{
"allOf": [
{
"$ref": "aws#/definitions/regionNameMatcherList"
},
{
"default": [
"af-south-1",
"ap-east-1",
"ap-northeast-1",
"ap-northeast-2",
"ap-south-1",
"ap-southeast-1",
"ap-southeast-2",
"ca-central-1",
"cn-north-1",
"cn-northwest-1",
"eu-central-1",
"eu-north-1",
"eu-west-1",
"eu-west-2",
"eu-west-3",
"me-south-1",
"sa-east-1",
"us-east-1",
"us-east-2",
"us-gov-west-1",
"us-west-1",
"us-west-2"
]
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Tags

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue ml transform tags are not updated based on the AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Tags > * policies.

The control ensure AWS Glue ml transform tags include tags defined in AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Tags > Template.

Tags not defined in ML Transform Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformTags
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Tags are correct",
"Enforce: Set tags"
],
"example": [
"Check: Tags are correct"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Tags > Template

The template is used to generate the keys and values for AWS Glue ml transform.

Tags not defined in ML Transform Tags Template will not be modified or deleted. Setting a tag value to undefined will result in the tag being deleted.

See Tags for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformTagsTemplate
Default Template Input
[
"{\n account {\n turbot {\n id\n }\n }\n}\n",
"{\n defaultTags: policyValue(uri:\"tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueTagsTemplate\" resourceId: \"{{ $.account.turbot.id }}\") {\n value\n }\n}\n"
]
Default Template
"{%- if $.defaultTags.value | length == 0 %} [] {%- elif $.defaultTags.value != undefined %}{{ $.defaultTags.value | dump | safe }}{%- else %}{% for item in $.defaultTags.value %}- {{ item }}{% endfor %}{% endif %}"

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Usage

Configure the number of AWS Glue ml transforms that can be used for this account and the current consumption against the limit.

You can configure the behavior of the control with this AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Usage policy.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformUsage
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit",
"Check: Usage <= 100% of Limit"
],
"example": [
"Check: Usage <= 85% of Limit"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > ML Transform > Usage > Limit

Maximum number of items that can be created for this account.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/mlTransformUsageLimit
Schema
{
"type": "integer",
"minimum": 0,
"default": 100
}

AWS > Glue > Permissions

Configure whether permissions policies are in effect for AWS Glue.

This setting does not affect account level permissions (AWS/Admin, AWS/Owner, etc)

Note: The behavior of this policy depends on the value of AWS > Permissions.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/gluePermissions
Valid Value
[
"Enabled",
"Disabled",
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > Enabled & AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Enabled",
"Disabled",
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > Enabled & AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Enabled"
],
"default": "Enabled if AWS > Glue > Enabled & AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Permissions > Levels

Define the permissions levels that can be used to grant access to an AWS account.
Permissions levels defined will appear in the UI to assign access to Guardrails users.
This policy provides a default for Permissions > Levels in each service,
however you can explicitly override the setting for each service if desired

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/gluePermissionsLevels
Default Template Input
[
"{\n item: account {\n turbot{\n id\n }\n }\n}\n",
"{\n availableLevels: policyValues(filter:\"policyTypeLevel:self resourceId:{{ $.item.turbot.id }} policyTypeId:'tmod:@turbot/aws-iam#/policy/types/permissionsLevelsDefault'\") {\n items {\n value\n }\n }\n}\n"
]
Default Template
"{% if $.availableLevels.items[0].value | length == 0 %} [] {% endif %}{% for item in $.availableLevels.items[0].value %}- {{ item }}&#92;n{% endfor %}"
Schema
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Metadata",
"ReadOnly",
"Operator",
"Admin",
"Owner"
]
}
}

AWS > Glue > Permissions > Levels > Modifiers

A map of AWS API to Guardrails Permission Level used to customize Guardrails' standard permissions.
You can add, remove or redefine the mapping of AWS API operations to Guardrails permissions levels here.

Note: Modifiers are cumulative - if you add a permission to the Metadata level, it is also added to ReadOnly, Operator and Admin.
Modifier policies set here apply ONLY to the AWS level

<br />example:<br /> - &quot;glacier:createvault&quot;: admin<br /> - &quot;glacier:ListVaults&quot;: metadata<br /> - &quot;s3:DeleteBucket&quot;: none<br />

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/gluePermissionsLevelsModifiers

AWS > Glue > Permissions > Lockdown

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/gluePermissionsLockdown
Targets

AWS > Glue > Permissions > Lockdown > API Boundary

Configure whether the AWS glue API is enabled for all users and roles in guardrails-managed boundary policies.

Note: Disabling the service disables the API for ALL users and roles, and Guardrails will have no access to the API.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/gluePermissionsLockdownApiBoundary
Valid Value
[
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
],
"example": [
"Enabled if AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
],
"default": "Enabled if AWS > Glue > API Enabled"
}

AWS > Glue > Regions

A list of AWS regions in which AWS Glue resources are supported for use.

The expected format is an array of regions names. You may use the '*' and
'?' wildcard characters.

This policy is the default value for all AWS Glue resources' Regions policies.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/glueRegionsDefault
Schema
{
"allOf": [
{
"$ref": "aws#/definitions/regionNameMatcherList"
},
{
"default": [
"ap-east-1",
"ap-northeast-1",
"ap-northeast-2",
"ap-south-1",
"ap-southeast-1",
"ap-southeast-2",
"ca-central-1",
"cn-north-1",
"cn-northwest-1",
"eu-central-1",
"eu-north-1",
"eu-west-1",
"eu-west-2",
"eu-west-3",
"me-south-1",
"sa-east-1",
"us-east-1",
"us-east-2",
"us-gov-east-1",
"us-gov-west-1",
"us-west-1",
"us-west-2"
]
}
]
}

AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue security configuration, based on the AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active > * policies.

The control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not,
has the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active > *), raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement
action. Each Active sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive
or skipped. Generally, if the resource appears to be Active for any reason
it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved for any reason it will be considered
Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/securityConfigurationActive
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Active",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 1 day warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 3 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 7 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 14 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 30 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 60 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 90 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 180 days warning",
"Enforce: Delete inactive with 365 days warning"
],
"example": [
"Check: Active"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active > Age

The age after which the AWS Glue security configuration
is no longer considered active. If a create time is unavailable, the time Guardrails discovered the resource is used.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/securityConfigurationActiveAge
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Force inactive if age > 1 day",
"Force inactive if age > 3 days",
"Force inactive if age > 7 days",
"Force inactive if age > 14 days",
"Force inactive if age > 30 days",
"Force inactive if age > 60 days",
"Force inactive if age > 90 days",
"Force inactive if age > 180 days",
"Force inactive if age > 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Force inactive if age > 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active > Last Modified

The number of days since the AWS Glue security configuration
was last modified before it is considered inactive.

The Active
control determines whether the resource is in active use, and if not, has
the ability to delete / cleanup the resource. When running an automated
compliance environment, it's common to end up with a wide range of alarms
that are difficult and time consuming to clear. The Active control brings
automated, well-defined control to this process.

The Active control checks the status of all defined Active policies for the
resource (AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Active > *),
raises an alarm, and takes the defined enforcement action. Each Active
sub-policy can calculate a status of active, inactive or skipped. Generally,
if the resource appears to be Active for any reason it will be considered Active.
Note the contrast with Approved, where if the resource appears to be Unapproved
for any reason it will be considered Unapproved.

See Active for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/securityConfigurationActiveLastModified
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Active if last modified <= 365 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 1 day",
"Force active if last modified <= 3 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 7 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 14 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 30 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 60 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 90 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 180 days",
"Force active if last modified <= 365 days"
],
"example": [
"Active if last modified <= 90 days"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Approved

Determine the action to take when an AWS Glue security configuration is not approved based on AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Approved > * policies.

The Approved control checks the status of the defined Approved sub-policies for the resource. If the resource is not approved according to any of these policies, this control raises an alarm and takes the defined enforcement action.

For any enforcement actions that specify if new, e.g., Enforce: Delete unapproved if new, this control will only take the enforcement actions for resources created within the last 60 minutes.

See Approved for more information.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/securityConfigurationApproved
Valid Value
[
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
]
Schema
{
"type": "string",
"enum": [
"Skip",
"Check: Approved",
"Enforce: Delete unapproved if new"
],
"example": [
"Check: Approved"
],
"default": "Skip"
}

AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Approved > Custom

Determine whether the AWS Glue security configuration is allowed to exist.
This policy will be evaluated by the Approved control. If an AWS Glue security configuration is not approved, it will be subject to the action specified in the AWS > Glue > Security Configuration > Approved policy.
See Approved for more information.

Note: The policy value must be a string with a value of Approved, Not approved or Skip, or in the form of YAML objects. The object(s) must contain the key result with its value as Approved or Not approved. A custom title and message can also be added using the keys title and message respectively.

URI
tmod:@turbot/aws-glue#/policy/types/securityConfigurationApprovedCustom
Schema
{
"example": [
"Approved",
"Not approved",
"Skip",
{
"result": "Approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
[
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Approved",
"message": "string"
},
{
"title": "string",
"result": "Not approved",
"message": "string"
}
]
],
"anyOf": [
{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"title": {
"type": "string",
"pattern":