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// The Challenges

Challenges in Cloud Infrastructure

Multi-Cloud Visibility

Real-time snapshots of your cloud environments are impossible to achieve without dedicating significant resources.


Responding to an incident can involve many manual steps, increasing time to outcome.

Knowing What’s Managed

It’s manual and difficult to know and detect when something is updated or interacted with that isn’t managed by Infrastructure as Code (IaC).


Businesses spend significant time and money preparing for audits, training their teams, and tracking exceptions for auditor evidence to ensure operations stay compliant.
// Our Approach

How is OpsHelm Different?

See Across ALL of Your Cloud Environments

See all changes in your cloud reflected in real time — access full object history and quickly filter and search to answer complicated questions about your cloud in seconds, not hours.

Reduce Time-to-Resolution

Stop addressing second and third-order symptoms and cut straight to the root cause — context-based rules minimize alert fatigue and prioritize exploitable risk in real time to close the remediation loop in seconds.

Ensure IaC and Cloud are in Sync

OpsHelm constantly monitors all cloud resources to determine how they were created (direct console action, command line, or deployment pipeline) and if they’re managed by Terraform — we identify which resources are not, and help you codify those changes into IaC with no manual effort.

Stay Audit-Ready

OpsHelm continuously tracks all changes for automated evidence capture and reporting, as well as historical context, and provides your team guidance for fixes and a centralized repository for logging non-compliant resources, so you are always audit-ready.

How OpsHelm Works

We continuously maintain an inventory of your assets, cloud rules, and workflows to automatically provide context, alerts, and solutions to unwanted changes in your cloud environments.

Connect OpsHelm to your GCP, AWS, and Azure environments.

OpsHelm ingests event and log feeds of each account and continuously updates its internal inventory of any changes.

OpsHelm monitors your cloud configuration data to establish an intelligent baseline of your current cloud environments.

OpsHelm only accesses configuration-level data and does not ingest or interact with any data stored within cloud services. No PII or customer data is accessed or collected.

OpsHelm’s monitoring allows us to build a context- and history-driven inventory of all assets within a cloud account. We track all modifications capturing who or what made the change and when. Using this information we build context around the different services and how they are connected.

This layer is then exposed so that you can easily view, search, and understand the state of your cloud.

A continual stream of configuration and event data is sent to OpsHelm which contextualizes it within asset Inventory and then exposes that data to our rules engine. We evaluate every asset change against the context we’ve gathered about your environment and will trigger an alert if something is amiss.

Similarly, OpsHelm integrates with your Terraform to continuously monitor its state and the state of your cloud to identify any resources that are not managed by Terraform.

When OpsHelm detects something that violates one of your rules, we can alert on it, or optionally, take action with an automated remediation workflow through direct cloud access or a PR request into your Terraform.

OpsHelm’s event-driven nature allows immediate developer notifications of a rule violation so that they can address any issues while they are still building and thinking about the feature. Users are immediately notified in Slack or Jira.

See Across ALL of Your Cloud Environments

Teams spend significant time and manual effort using cloud consoles and other tools to hunt through events and logs, track down a needed resource, and recreate its history. OpsHelm maintains a stateful and searchable view of all cloud assets across multiple regions, accounts, and providers, which are enriched with relationship, configuration history, and object pricing data — the ability to query real-time views enables faster, better-informed decision-making about your cloud for engineering, operations, compliance, finance, and security.

Reduce Time-to-Resolution

Current cloud tools don’t provide the full context in a way that you can easily build alerts for conditions that are important to you and tackle related issues in real time. With OpsHelm, investigate and answer questions related to security, cost, unused resources, infrastructure, and incidents; and quickly build meaningful rules. When a rule is violated, your team is immediately notified with context, so you can respond to the incidents you consider most critical, closing the remediation loop in seconds.

OpsHelm also offers an option that will trigger an automated remediation path when a rule violation is discovered that instantly corrects the undesirable configuration. Instead of sending an action item to be investigated, we tell you what we fixed, how we fixed it, and provide a single-click option to log a rule exception and override any OpsHelm automation. With OpsHelm, you can automatically close the remediation loop in seconds.

Stay Audit-Ready

Cloud audit evidence and exception records that are typically difficult and time-consuming to gather for audits are provided by OpsHelm automatically across all of your accounts and clouds in seconds so your team is always audit-ready and compliant, regardless of their experience. With access to a complete inventory of all assets and their configuration history, audit evidence is always prepared; and the guardrails you set immediately alert your team when a non-compliant change is introduced so they can fix it or log an exception in the platform in real time.

Ensure IaC and Cloud are in Sync

Know the unknown. IaC only knows about resources managed by IaC, which leads to gaps in coverage for cloud changes that come out-of-band. Meaningfully understanding drift requires significant time and manual effort. With OpsHelm, you can be alerted any time something is created outside of your Terraform, with context around who created it, when it was created, and how it was created.