Checks whether a resource has at least one of the specified tags.
This rule is used to check whether a resource has at least one of the specified tags. Tags are used in regular resource management scenarios, such as permission isolation, bill splitting, and automatic O&M. We recommend that you establish a tag system for all resources and use tags for resource management.
Default risk level: high.
You can change the risk level as required when you apply this rule.
Compliance evaluation logic
- If a resource has at least one of the specified tags, the evaluation result is compliant.
- If a resource does not have one of the specified tags, the evaluation result is non-compliant. For more information about how to correct the non-compliant configuration, see Non-compliance remediation.
|Tag||ECS and Tag|
|Automatic remediation||Not supported|
|Trigger type||Configuration change|
|Supported resource type||
Note You can define at most six tags. Each tag must contain a key and a value.
Add one of the specified tags to the resource. For more information, see Add a custom tag.