Spring has sprung and that means an updated batch of release notes featuring our latest news and product updates.
Amazon DocumentDB is a fully managed document database service that streamlines the process of storing, querying and indexing JSON data. Now fully integrated with Cloudcraft, you’re able to import, model and price DocumentDB clusters right in your AWS account.
Cloudcraft and the AWS VPN
We know that security is always front of mind when working within your AWS and Cloudcraft accounts. The AWS Virtual Private Network (VPN) let’s you ensure top-notch encryption from your on-premises network to your Amazon VPC.
We’ve added all-inclusive support for resource types including: VPN Gateways, Customer Gateways and VPN Connections. The gateways represent the endpoints in the VPC and your private network respectively, while the connection bridges the two. All types are now automatically imported and associated from your live environment.
Book a demo with us to take the next step toward further securing your network.
AWS Budget Discounts
You asked and we listened – budget discounts are now available in your Cloudcraft account! You and your team can now model account-based fixed percentage discounts or per-service discounts that you may have. Simply add the “discount” item on the budget tab and enter your rates.
Other New Features
- The diagram search (keyboard shortcut /) now supports boolean queries. For example “type=vpc AND (env=production OR env=staging)” selects only those VPCs tagged with an env value of production or staging.
- We’ve added support for API Gateway HTTP and WebSocket APIs (modeling, import and pricing).
- Pricing for Oracle SE2 RDS is now available.
Want to see any of these updates in action? Reach out and we’ll connect you to one of our experts for an up-close personalized demo of the Cloudcraft toolkit. As always, should you have any questions, reach out to us at email@example.com.
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