The CMDB control is responsible for populating and updating all the attributes for that resource type in the Turbot CMDB.
AWS > SQS > Queuedefines a Control
AWS > SQS > Queue > CMDBwith a target Resource Type of
AWS > SQS > Queue.
CMDB controls have an associated policy that allows them to be enforced or skipped. Note, however, that if CMDB is set to
Skip for a resource, then it will not exist in the CMDB, and no controls that target it will run.
AWS > S3 > Bucket > CMDBpolicy may be set to `Skip` or `Enforce: Enabled`
CMDB controls also use the
Region policy associated with the resource. If region is not in
Regions policy, the CMDB control should delete the resource from the CMDB (since we don’t want to capture any resources in that region, we should also cleanup).
AWS > S3 > Bucket > CMDBwill add/modify a resource in the CMDB if the resource is in region specified in
AWS > S3 > Bucket > Regions, and delete it from the CMDB if it is not.