2019 was a great year for your preferred cloud diagraming software. Cloudockit released over 35 new features including huge updates like generating diagrams and documentation for Google Cloud Platform, adding Draw.io support and let’s not forgot the on-premise support for Hyper-V and VMware.
Let’s look at what 2019 looked like for 2019 and get a preview of 2020.
Google Cloud Platform is the latest cloud provider to be supported by Cloudockit. Google Cloud platform is one of the leading cloud providers in the world, which made it a very important partnership for Cloudockit and its clients.
Cloudockit has worked very hard to include the same features as the cloud documentation for AWS and Microsoft Azure. The team is currently working on adding IBM Cloud, Oracle Cloud, and Alibaba Cloud to their list of important providers.
Draw.io is a free online diagram editor used by millions of individuals. Cloudockit added support for Draw.io architecture diagrams to enable their clients to choose which platform they prefer.
The latest addition to the diagramming platform is Lucidchart, a web-based proprietary platform that is used to allow users to collaborate on charts and diagrams. There are plenty more diagramming tools to be added to Cloudockit in the near future.
Cloudockit now supports generating Excel reports for AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Hyper-V and VMware. For ease, the generated Excel files contain one tab per component type. Excel reports are a welcomed addition to Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF.
As the team prepares for a new year filled with new features, updates, and surprises. Here is a list of updates Cloudockit would like to achieve for the year 2020.
The Cloudockit team looks forward to all the posibilities that awaits them!