The benefits of Cloudockit

Discover Cloudockit through typical usage scenarios

Track Changes

As your cloud environment evolves, functionality and cost will change.

Cloudockit track changes between document generation and highlights them.
Now you can explain what caused those changes.

Compare 2 Environments

Make it easy to compare environments such as QA and Prod

Deploy to Production

Start with a proof of context, and easily recreate the environment in production, knowing that you are not missing any important component.

Business Continuity Planning

Disaster Recovery Documentation

The ability of an organization to recover from a disaster is directly related to the degree of Business Continuity Planning (BCP) that has taken place before the disaster. Industry analysts claim that two out of five businesses that experience a disaster will go out of business within five years of the event.

Many organizations don’t do a good job at documenting their environments. And even those organizations who do still struggle at keeping that documentation current. Only large organizations can afford to appoint staff at documentation efforts. How can you save time and money, and still have relevant documentation?

Cloudockit provides an important BCP deliverable: a complete and always up-to-date documentation of your cloud deployment.

Sharing Partial Documentation to Specific Roles

Cloudockit can generate partial documentation so that specific users such as support agents, architects, developers, or external consultant have access to relevant documentation without requiring access to your cloud portal.

With the ability to generate an audit report in read-only PDF format, external auditors can be confident that what they read matches what is currently deployed.

Compliant with the Architecture

Know that what is actually deployed is compliant with the planned architecture.

Employees Leave

The last task you give to employees who are about to
leave is usually to document stuff they implemented.

It should not be that way – documentation should have existed from the get go.

Recreate a Deleted/Modified Environment

Error is human and a portion of your infrastructure can be deleted by accident.
With current automated documentation, it is a breeze to recreate it exactly as it was.

Onboarding New Employees

What better than providing a complete documentation of your
cloud environment, including detailed diagrams,
to your new employees or consultants, so they can get autonomous quickly.
It is even better because you did not have to write it or keep it current.

Stale Components

Identify unused components since Cloudockit shows missing relationships,
as well as component inactive state.

Best Practices

Cloudockit has many rules related to best practices and the document contains
warnings when your cloud environment doesn’t meet them.

Identify Impacts

You constantly have to make changes to your cloud environment.
What if you could easily identify the impacts of a change,
thanks to Cloudockit visual dependencies.

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