FUTURA is now available to AWS Cloud Platform customers for their Office 365 subscription.
The suite, which is available in the AWS App Engine dashboard and includes several security features, can now be deployed in any Amazon Cloud Service.
This means that anyone can now use it in their organization.
Futura is a service that integrates security into your Amazon EC2 instances, which are managed by a third-party provider.
With the introduction of this feature, users will be able to easily manage their security settings and their environment for security, compliance, and compliance audit purposes.FUTURA also comes with integrations for Amazon EC1, EC2, and EC3 instances, and allows users to manage security and compliance with their AWS accounts, along with the AWS CLI and other tools.
Users can configure their security environment using a set of configuration options, including security groups, security groups policy, and security groups audit.
In addition, users can configure which security policy they want to run in each of the security groups.
For instance, they can configure the security group for security audit to run on EC1.
This configuration option will allow them to configure security audit rules for all of their AWS EC2 services, which includes their security groups as well.
As a result, the security policies will be applied to all of the AWS security groups and will be enforced in an automated fashion.
These rules will apply to the security audit group for each security group and will not be enforced manually, according to the company.
Additionally, users also have the ability to assign security groups to individual services, or groups of services, based on security requirements, as well as a global security group, according the company, which also explains that security groups can be configured to run multiple security policies.
This allows users the ability, as opposed to having to manage a global policy that applies to all their services, to define policies for the whole organization.
FUTURAS main advantage over AWS is that users can now deploy their policies to multiple services, and the global policy will be ignored for those services, the company explained.
Futura also provides a set and manage security policies for Amazon EAP and Enterprise EAP, according, the platform.
Security is also provided in the service itself, which means that users don’t need to worry about any external firewall rules.
Additionally the company provides a user interface that can be used to view the security policy settings and also to configure them for different AWS security roles, including AWS Security.
Fotu’s FUTURE security product also comes in the form of a subscription service, which allows users who sign up for the service to access the security features in the same way they would a free subscription.
Additionally, the service also provides support for custom rules that can include security auditing, compliance audits, and other security configuration and administration tools.
The new subscription feature will be available to users starting in the coming weeks, the product stated.
The subscription will be free, and users can then upgrade to a premium subscription for an additional $30 per year.