Fully Document AWS Backup, AWS Simple Workflow, & AWS Batch with Cloudockit

If you are using Cloudockit to document your AWS accounts, these 3 new features will surely excite you. Aside from these 3 new cloud documentation features, Cloudockit also released other AWS enhancements including:

    • Extracting AWS AMIs, their OS information, and integration into an EC2 instance
    • Supporting Tag extraction on AWS Accounts
    • Cloudockit Desktop and API now supporting JsonBillingDimension

AWS Backup for Cloud Documentation

AWS Backup is now fully documented by Cloudockit. Your cloud documentation will now enable you to gain information on settings, backup rules, and copy configuration.

According to AWS, AWS Backup is a fully managed backup service that makes it easy to centralize and automate the backup of data across AWS services. Using AWS Backup, you can centrally configure backup policies and monitor backup activity for AWS resources.

AWS Batch

AWS Batch is now included in the documentation you generate with Cloudockit. Batch Settings, Resource Requirements, and Environment are now all included within the documentation.

AWS Batch is a great tool to efficiently run hundreds of thousands of batch computing jobs on AWS.

Don’t forget to check out the full list of Cloudockit updates

Release Notes

AWS Simple Workflow Visible in Your Cloud Documentation

AWS Simple Workflow, a fully-managed state tracker and task coordinator, is fully documented in Cloudockit reports. Information such as Settings, Registered Workflow Types, and Registered Activity Types will automatically be incorporated in your AWS documents.

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