redshift-default-db-name-check - Amazon Config
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Checks if a Redshift cluster has changed its database name from the default value. The rule is NON_COMPLIANT if the database name for a Redshift cluster is set to “dev”, or if the optional parameter is provided and the database name does not match.


Resource Types: AWS::Redshift::Cluster

Trigger type: Configuration changes

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validDatabaseNames (Optional)
Type: CSV

Comma-separated list of database name(s) for Redshift clusters.

Amazon CloudFormation template

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