This week's roundup of all the cloud news.
There are so many reasons why you should accurately document your AWS cloud environments with Network Topology Diagrams. They visually portray how your network is constructed, what is running where and how resources are grouped and connected.
This is a major time saver when explaining your network to new engineers, consultants or other internal stakeholders.
Google Cloud recommend your network resources should be organized hierarchically to enable you to manage access control and permissions across your organization. Grouping together all the network resources that each team or project requires makes it easier to permit or deny access according to which business unit each team member belongs.
There is no question that keeping accurate Google Cloud Diagrams is essential for well managed and easily communicated GCP network infrastructure.
Security is possibly the most important consideration for any organization storing data or hosting applications on public cloud infrastructure.
When you are working with AWS VPC infrastructure, there are many many reasons why you can benefit from accurate automatically generated infrastructure diagrams.
Some organisations struggle to contain their S3 Storage costs through a combination of failures around planning and monitoring. This could be due to the complete absence or incomplete application of both important steps.