Cloudockit Feature: Tailored Diagram Generator

Cloudockit’s newest feature lets you customize your architecture diagrams and display the exact information that is most relevant to you.


Louis-Philippe Joly


5 min

Cloudockit is introducing a new feature: Tailored Diagrams. You will now be able to easily customize your architecture diagrams the way it makes sense for you and your team.

Note: Tailored Diagrams are currently available on Cloudockit SaaS. Compatibility with Cloudockit Desktop to come in the near future.

You will be able to specify how your cloud components are laid out based on the different types of links Cloudockit is able to detect for AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform while using Visio. The Cloudockit user interface will allow you to save your preferred diagram settings as templates for easy access at any time.

To make the process easy, Cloudockit will automatically list all the component types detected and you will simply have to choose from the list.

The possibilities are endless! Below are some examples of how you can customize your architecture diagrams.

For full instructions on how to use this feature, click here.

How does the Tailored Diagram Tool Work?

AWS Architecture Diagrams

  • Networking and Content Delivery
    • VPC
      • Subnet
      • Route Table
      • Security Group
      • VPC Peering
      • Network ACL
    • CloudFront
  • S3
  • EC2
    • Elastic Network Interface
    • Security Group
    • EBS Volume
      • Key Management Service

Azure Architecture Diagrams

  • Virtual Network
    • Subnet
      • Network Interface
  • Virtual Machine
  • Storages
    • Compute Data Disk
    • Compute OS Disk

Google Cloud Platform Architecture Diagrams

  • Networking
    • VPC Network
      • VPC Subnetwork
        • VPC Route
      • VPC Firewall
    • Network Interface
    • Network Load Balancing
      • Compute Instance
      • External Ip Address
      • Cloud Load Balancing Frontend
  • Compute
    • Compute Instance
      • Cloud SQL
    • Persistant Disk
    • App Engine
      • App Engine Service
        • App Engine Version
    • Cloud Function
  • Bucket Cloud Storage

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