New Services Added
- Azure Front Door is now fully documented in your reports and diagrams
Improvements on Existing Services
- Azure Site Slots are now scanned
- Azure Service EndPoints are now fully documented in Virtual Networks
- Transit Gateway is now fully documented in Cloudockit
- Cloudockit now supports AWS Virtual Private Network (VPN)
With Cloudockit, you can now create diagrams per Environment. This will automatically create a diagram with one tab for QA, one tab for Production and so on.
Filter by Azure Tag
You can now filter by Tag when you scan your Azure Environment.
Filter by GCP Project
You are not able to filter the project you want to scan in your GCP environment:
PDF Output supported
You can now generate PDF documents within Cloudockit:
Lucidchart Diagram now supported
In addition to Visio and Draw.io you are now able to automatically generate your 2D diagrams with Lucidchart. As always, this new feature works for AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, VMware and Hyper-V.
Here is a preview of the diagrams you will be able to generate:
Google Cloud Platform
New Layout to improve diagram quality
Cloudockit created a new algorithm that reposition shapes to decrease the number of overlapping arrows and crossing connections. Diagrams are now much easier to read.
Table of Contents in Diagrams
Cloudockit now automatically generates a table of contents on the First Page so that you can easily understand what gets included in your diagrams
Change How “Names” are Retrieved in Azure
You can now choose if you want to use a Tag to represent the Name of a component in Azure.
CDK-71 : Issue with Azure Storage with AAD App Authentication
CDK-1169 : BluePrints not scanned
CDK-1127 : On-Premises Diagram generation fails for specific configuration
CDK-1154 : Issue with Cloudockit Desktop with specific Culture
CDK-221 : Draw.io Icons are not well rendered