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January 31, 2023
The Israel Regions and Support compliance regime is now generally available.
December 22, 2022
The EU Regions and Support with Sovereignty Controls compliance regime is now generally available.
December 16, 2022
The ITAR compliance regime is now generally available.
November 17, 2022
The Impact Level 4 (IL4) compliance regime is now generally available.
November 14, 2022
The Israel Regions and Support compliance regime is now in Preview.
October 20, 2022
The Australian Regions and US Support compliance regime is now in Preview.
October 17, 2022
The Canada Regions and Support compliance regime is now generally available.
October 05, 2022
If you create a public cluster on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) version 1.23 or newer in any existing Assured Workloads compliance regime folder, it might fail with the following error:
ManagedResourceService.AddServiceBundle, PERMISSION_DENIED'/> APPLICATION_ERROR;google.cloud.servicedirectory.v1beta1/ManagedResourceService.AddServiceBundle;Request is disallowed by organization's constraints/gcp.restrictServiceUsage constraint for 'projects/<projectID> attempting to use service 'servicedirectory.googleapis.com'
To fix this issue, the Service Directory API (
servicedirectory.googleapis.com) must be added as an allowed service on the resource usage restriction organization policy for the folder. See Setting the organization policy for more information.
This issue only applies to existing Assured Workloads folders. New folders created after September 30th are not affected, as the Service Directory API is automatically enabled for them.
Note: Due to current compliance restrictions, Google Cloud has only allowed the Service Directory API to be used by Google-managed service accounts that are linked to specific services (such as GKE) in your Assured Workloads folder. Do not use the Service Directory API directly -- such as via the Cloud Console, CLI, or API -- unless your organization has explicitly allowed its use through your own internal compliance review process.
September 19, 2022
You can now perform an analysis for hypothetically moving a workload. This Preview feature analyzes the source (a project or project-based workload) and the destination (a folder-based workload) to indicate any potential incompatibilities related to the move.
June 15, 2022
The ability to restrict resource creation of global security configuration to comply with data residency requirements is now GA.
April 14, 2022
You can now restrict resource creation of global security configuration to comply with data residency requirements by using organization policies, which affect Google Cloud services such as Compute Engine and Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP). This capability is available as a Preview launch.
April 30, 2021
Assured Workloads now provides support for CJIS and FedRAMP High, and a more streamlined provisioning experience for some compliance regimes. For more information, see the Assured Workloads documentation.
January 19, 2021
- New US Regions and Support platform control, enabling first-level US Person support and US data location.
- Billing integration: Assured Workload Premium Subscriptions can be purchased via offline contract by both customers and resellers
- Assured Workloads Support: Receive Premium Support from a US Person, in a US location, 24/7, to help meet compliance requirements (requires additional support services purchase).
- Existing folder support: You can now create your Assured Workloads environment inside of an existing folder.
September 01, 2020
Assured Workloads for Government is now generally available for the FedRAMP Moderate compliance regime.
July 14, 2020
Initial private beta release of Assured Workloads for Government.