Internal documentation and visibility
Tribal knowledge and silos can leave gaps of information when someone leaves or joins your organization. Keeping everyone informed and up to date on your cloud environment is essential to using your resources efficiently, and it starts with real-time documentation.
See the current state of your cloud environment
With the ability to refresh data pulled from your cloud provider, your team will always have visibility into your infrastructure’s current state. You can also see revision history of your cloud infrastructure and keep tabs on any changes.
Share the right level of detail
Share the right amount of detail with different audiences to get buy-in from leadership, communicate clearly with development teams, and expedite incident response. Grant different levels of editing permissions and create custom views for the right audiences.
Improve training and onboarding by keeping infrastructure documentation in one central location. Streamline team processes and functions by adding infrastructure diagrams to Confluence or other wikis with an easy-to-use integration.
Identify unnecessary resources
Check the current state diagram of your cloud infrastructure on a regular basis—especially when team members join or leave—to identify orphaned resources that are no longer needed but still costing you money.
Security and compliance
Maintain accurate documentation of your cloud environment for security and compliance audits by automatically generating diagrams pulled from cloud provider metadata.Learn more
Downtime and incident response
Downtime is really expensive for your organization. Having up-to-date documentation helps your teams align and start resolving issues quicker.Learn more
Getting up to speed on a client’s cloud environment is time consuming and complex. Automatically generated diagrams make it easier.Learn more
Planning future development
Understand your current architecture to plan future development that performs well and fits in your budget.Learn more