AWS AppStream, Cross-Account Role in Cloudockit Container, and AWS Authentication Now Supports Session Token

AWS AppStream is Supported by Cloudockit

Easily document your AppStream applications like any other workload. Don’t forget to use Tailored Diagrams if you only want to document AppStream and its related apps and workloads.

According to AWS, AppStream 2.0 is a fully managed application streaming service that provides users instant access to their desktop applications from anywhere. AppStream 2.0 simplifies application management, improves security, and reduces costs by moving a company’s applications from their users’ physical devices to the AWS Cloud.

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AWS Cross-Account Role in Cloudockit Container

Cross-Account role in Cloudockit Container is now supported in AWS through API calls. It allows you to easily scan many AWS Accounts with Cloudockit Container.

Cloudockit Container allows you to execute unlimited calls to the API and start your document, reports, and diagram generation directly from your own pipelines and processes.

AWS Authentication Now Supports Session Token

AWS Authentication now supports Session Token for added security. To connect to Cloudockit, simply use the command aws sts get-session-token to generate a session token that has a fixed expiration time.

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