stocky-island-367604/22/2020, 2:59 PM
, directly at the resource? To get this check out of the list of policy violations. Similar like
flags. 2. How can you check if a value is a secret value, i.e. encrypted in the stack? Just read that secrets are unencrypted in policy-pack checks.
Can you “acknowledge” a CrossGuard-policy, enforcementLevel: “advisory”, directly at the resource? To get this check out of the list of policy violations. Similar like nolint flags.We don’t currently have a way to do this, but it’s on our radar. I thought we had an existing issue tracking this, but couldn’t find it, so I went ahead and opened https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-policy/issues/240.
How can you check if a value is a secret valueThere isn’t currently a way to do this so I’ve opened https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-policy/issues/241 to track the suggestion. Please feel free to upvote and add more details on these issues. Thanks!
stocky-island-367604/24/2020, 7:05 AM
repo doesn’t have any topics in it, yet. I suggest to set at least
. I’m not sure if adding the languages as topics is necessary. I think it wouldn’t hurt, on the other side. Github’s topic listing seems to infer the language(s) from the code in the repo. E.g. for topic:policy, language:Typescript it would be easy to rank in the top 3 🙂
stocky-island-367604/24/2020, 4:02 PM