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Learn how Cloudview enhances your cloud visualization and task management

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Cloudview simplifies the process of visualizing your architecture and managing your cloud infrastructure components. With Cloudview, you gain a graphical representation of your cloud-based production environment, available in three distinct formats: Cloudlist, Cloudmap, and Cloudnet.

Cloudlist presents a comprehensive list of your resources organized by region. You can easily switch between regions by simply clicking on the desired one.

This table offers the ability to delve deep into your environment and explore resource details.

For a closer look and the option to add notes, click on the 'Details' tab on the right. Additionally, you can assign priority colors and adjust note visibility.

All the important information about the configuration of AWS Backup, AWS Batch, Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra), AWS Glue services, Amazon AppFlow, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka (Amazon MSK), Amazon S3 Glacier, Amazon Timestream, AWS CodeCommit, AWS Secrets Manager, and AWS Step Functions are available in Cloudlist. 

Information about Amazon services which are used to send information to your customers with SMS texts, push notifications, or emails, is now always at hand on the Uniskai platform. 

Cloudlist contains information about Amazon EventBridge – the event patterns that make it easy to connect new resources and manage your event data, integrating various Amazon services, third-party SaaS, and custom applications.  

You can also add or modify tags for resources, compatible with AWS, GCP, and Azure. This feature proves highly convenient for sorting resources and defining your resource requirements precisely.

You can apply filters based on Types, Tags, and VPC, or search for resources by name or ID. To reset filter settings, simply use the appropriate button.

Furthermore, you can tag your resources. These tags, created by you, enhance your organizational convenience. For example, by tagging specific resources within Cloudview, you can easily filter and group marked resources in billing. This allows you to view costs exclusively for those labeled resources within Cloudview (Please note that costs are aggregated over a specific time frame, typically about a day). More information about Tags and Organizations can be found here.

Click on the yellow circle to access Uniskai's saving recommendations.

You can expand the hierarchical structure to correspond with resources and review their suggestions.

You can select any region you wish to analyze and save the document to Excel.

Cloudmap is an architectural diagram that visually represents your cloud infrastructure in a map format. This proves highly beneficial for DevOps experts, as it is fully interactive and automatically generated by our platform. You can select a specific region from the dropdown list and easily save the diagram in PDF format. Additionally, you can apply filters based on labels.

If you click on a resource type within this diagram, you will access detailed information on the right. Once again, there is an option to add notes.

You can access saving recommendations directly within the diagram. Clicking on the ‘Proceed’ button will take you to the Cloudsitter feature, which promptly displays the saving plan policy. The Details button will redirect you to the corresponding tab with recommendations. Read more about Cloudsitter here.

Cloudnet is an architectural diagram focusing on networking, displaying the flow of traffic within your infrastructure. This diagram is entirely interactive, allowing you to click on resources and move them as needed. It provides data on security vulnerabilities and helps you understand the relationships between different services. Clicking on an icon reveals detailed information.

Likewise, you can choose a specific region and save the document in PDF format or use filter.

You can also access all EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service) resources within Cloudview. Navigate to a region where EKS resources exist and select the necessary tab, for example, the Cloudmap.

Near the EKS resources, you'll find the 'Click to drill down' button.

Click on the button to open the EKS diagram in a new tab. To access ‘Details,’ simply click on the desired resource. Learn more about EKS here.

These architectural diagrams are designed to simplify the lives of DevOps engineers. They offer one-click analytics and reporting, and Uniskai's suggestions help you monitor and detect issues that require optimization before they impact your business. As a result, you'll save costs and quickly generate financial reports with minimal time and effort.

You can also tag resources and view their total cost in the dashboard. Find additional information about labels here.

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