Hava vs. Lucidscale

Intuitive features for more tailored cloud diagrams

Sign up free

Automatically generate and maintain interactive cloud infrastructure diagrams

  1. Ability to filter and save views to highlight key details

    After generating your cloud diagram in Lucidscale, you can use built-in filters to hone in on the most important information and adjust your diagram’s layout, style, entity grouping, containers, and more. Hava doesn’t allow users to change the layout, and its filter and search options make customization difficult.

  2. No hassle to generate or manually design cloud infrastructure diagrams

    Lucidscale makes both automated and manual design effortless. If you want to make edits, you can convert your diagram to an editable version and apply manual changes as needed to tailor the visual to your needs, such as adding Layers to plan your future state.

  3. Intuitive design features that accent connected elements

    Unlike with Hava, Lucidscale users can use lines to represent elements that are connected within the architecture, easily turning any of them on or off for easy viewing. Lucidscale also allows users to show relationships by line type, while Hava limits users to toggling all lines on and off.

  4. Real-time collaboration to keep teams aligned

    Lucidscale was built for ultimate collaboration, letting you optimize, troubleshoot, and visualize your cloud with key players in real time. Share your AWS, GCP, or Azure diagram or embed it into the apps your team frequently uses.

Automatically create cloud diagrams with Lucidscale

Ready to visualize your cloud architecture? Try Lucidscale and import your architecture today.

Start free trial

Automatically generate and maintain interactive cloud infrastructure diagrams

Easily maintain cloud architecture diagrams

Create accurate cloud diagrams that help teams respond quickly to incidents, verify migration and implementation, and follow internal best practices. Any changes made to your metadata will be reflected in your diagram, as well as anywhere else your diagram has been shared, creating an up-to-date reference for infrastructure engineers, architects, and security leads.

Visualize key cloud governance data

Use Lucidscale to visualize key cloud governance data, such as security groups and IP addresses, in the context of your architecture diagram. With all of your data clearly mapped out, you no longer have to navigate between your diagram and your cloud console or code. Apply conditional formatting rules to highlight important details and enforce internal best practices by flagging resources like unencrypted databases.

Communicate clearly with collaborative features

Lucidscale was built to help teams communicate and collaborate with features like real-time updates, resource-specific comments, @mention notifications, permissions management, and more. Make your document a single source of truth that your team can access, no matter what device, operating system, or time zone they’re working from.

Customized views and filters for more tailored cloud diagrams

With Lucidscale, you can create and save multiple custom views of your diagram. Instantly hone in on important details within your diagram by applying filters that help you weed out unnecessary information.

Frequently asked questions about Lucidscale

At Informatica, the architects design and the developers develop code. And getting both on the same page is always a challenge—Lucidscale gives us a great resource between them.

Toby Foss, Director of Cloud Network Operations at Informatica

See customers case studies

Compare Lucidscale


Visualize and understand your cloud

Contact sales

Get Started

  • Pricing
  • Individual
  • Team
  • Contact Sales
PrivacyLegalCookie privacy choicesCookie policy

© 2024 Lucid Software Inc.