Quotas and restrictions for AWS Audit Manager - AWS Audit Manager

Quotas and restrictions for AWS Audit Manager

Your AWS account has default quotas, formerly referred to as limits, for each AWS service. Unless otherwise noted, each quota is Region-specific. You can request increases for some quotas, and other quotas can’t be increased.

Most Audit Manager quotas, but not all, are listed under the AWS Audit Manager namespace in the Service Quotas console. To learn how to request a quota increase, see Managing your Audit Manager quotas.

Default Audit Manager quotas

The following AWS Audit Manager quotas are per AWS account per Region.

Assessments

  • Number of active assessments per account: 100

Controls

  • Number of custom controls per account: 500

  • Number of daily manual evidence uploads per control: 100

    Tip

    If you need to upload a large amount of manual evidence to a single control, we recommend that you upload your evidence in batches across several days.

Frameworks

  • Number of custom frameworks per account: 100

    Note

    Framework quotas apply to all shared custom frameworks in your framework library, regardless of who created the framework.

Shared custom framework recipients

  • Number of active recipient accounts: 100

API access

  • Number of transactions per second (TPS) across all APIs: 20 TPS

Managing your Audit Manager quotas

AWS Audit Manager is integrated with Service Quotas, an AWS service that enables you to view and manage your quotas from a central location. For more information, see What Is Service Quotas? in the Service Quotas User Guide. Service Quotas makes it easy to look up the value of your Audit Manager service quotas.

To view Audit Manager service quotas using the console

  1. Open the Service Quotas console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/servicequotas/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose AWS services.

  3. From the AWS services list, search for and select AWS Audit Manager.

  4. In the Service quotas list, you can see the service quota name, applied quota value (if it's available), AWS default quota value, and whether the quota is adjustable.

  5. To view additional information about a service quota, such as the description, choose the quota name.

  6. (Optional) To request a quota increase, select the quota that you want to increase, select Request quota increase, enter or select the required information, and select Request.

For more information, see Requesting a quota increase in the Service Quotas User Guide.