Fugue helps teams move faster in the cloud—without breaking the rules that keep cloud environments secure. Enterprise organizations and fast-growing startups using the cloud at scale and operating in regulated industries use Fugue to ensure the security and compliance of their cloud environments while they focus on innovating.
Cloud teams use Fugue to secure the entire cloud development lifecycle—from infrastructure as code through the runtime—with the same platform and rules across AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. This removes significant time, cost, and risk from cloud operations, giving companies the confidence to move faster in the cloud.
And Fugue is the only cloud security company that guarantees rapid time to value and lasting success for our customers: Get a complete and actionable cloud compliance assessment and interactive visual map of your security posture in 15 minutes—and bring your environment into compliance in 8 weeks.
Our Commitment to Open Source
Here at Fugue, we’re big believers in the power of open source for scalable, secure software development and cloud engineering. We are active contributors to projects such as Terraform and Open Policy Agent, and we are members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
Our engineering team maintains a number of open source projects including:
Regula: a tool for securing infrastructure as code, including support for Terraform and CloudFormation. Regula is built on Open Policy Agent and integrates with Conftest and other DevOps tools
Fregot: a lightweight set of tools to enhance the Rego (the Open Policy Agent query language) development experience, enabling users to easily evaluate expressions, debug code, test policies, and more
Credstash: a tool for managing credentials in the cloud using AWS KMS and DynamoDB
Zim: a caching build system for teams using monorepos
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We're in the middle of a generational change in technology from on-premise data centers to cloud computing. As with any emerging technology, security is critical. Organizations will only adopt technologies if they are confident that they are protected against malicious users and data breach risk.