terraform and aws

Deploy Terraform Code into
your AWS cloud faster and safer.

Simulation

Terraform has become the de-facto tool for maintaining cloud infrastructure configurations as code.

We all love our terminals and CLI, but some things simply can't be done in a textual, context-less way, like understanding the impact of change base on Terraform plan output.

This is how we help...

DevOps

Lightlytics helps DevOps, Developers and SecOps teams to deploy Terraform Configurations faster and safer.

IaC review

allowing rapid review of proposed changes as part of the GitOps flow.

Code Review

Reducing the time it takes to review changes and helps eliminate the chance for downtime or security breaches before deployment.

Impact analysis

We visualizes and provides a context-driven impact analysis view, on each change, by comparing it to the current cloud environment posture.

terraform and aws

How it works

Cloud Posture

Once deployed, your entire cloud posture is represented in our cloud model engine.

AWS Cloudtrail

The model will stay up to date in real-time by collecting all changes via CloudTrail

GitOops

Connect our webhook into your IaC deployment flow via GitActions, Jenkins or Terraform Cloud notifications... and you're done!

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Frequently asked questions:

How does the integration process take place?

Lightlytics quickly integrates into your cloud account using read-only IAM permissions. Lightlytics integrates with CloudTrail using a CloudWatch event rule to maintain a genuinely up-to-date posture on each configuration change. IaC is integrated via a webhook that can be connected with various methods such as Github action, Jenkins, Terraform Cloud, and the like.

Which cloud providers do you support?

We currently support AWS.
Azure and GCP will be supported in the near future.

Which IaC formats do you support?

We currently support Terraform.
Helm, Pulumi and CloudFormation will be supported in the near future.

How much does Lightlytics cost?

We currently have both annual and monthly subscriptions available. Please see our pricing page for further details.

How does Lightlytics differ from static code analysis platform?

Lightlytics is a context-aware tool that creates advanced models of your live environment infrastructure states along with the proposed change. With these models, Lightlytics can predict the impact of IaC changes and enforce standards at the posture level before deployment.

Can I run Lightlytics in my own environment?

No. Lightlytics is a SaaS platform that can't be self-hosted currently.

How can I be sure that my data is secure?

At Lightlytics, security is our number one priority. We take security into consideration at every level and with every aspect of our engineering workflow. We are proud to be a SoC2 Type2 certified.

Which of my team members would benefit from Lightlytics?

Lightlytics primarily benefits those working on infrastructure configuration. Anyone involved with changing infrastructure configuration will benefit from Lightlytics to deploy changes faster and more securely.Lightlytics also benefits SecOps teams by analyzing their cloud environment exposure to external threats and enforcing organization-wide context-driven security standards both before deployment and in real-time.

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IaC

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