This week's roundup of all the cloud news.
If you have been working with AWS VPCs for any length of time, you understand the importance of documenting your AWS VPCs using network topology diagrams. Not only do they visually represent the construction of your AWS network, they also speed up the on-boarding of new team members and external consultants the also help you to quickly identify what the network should look like in the middle of an outage.
After a well earned break, our talented developers have been busy putting the finishing touches to a number of new features and enhancements to make your Hava diagrams more detailed and flexible.
AWS cloud WAN allows you to connect your on premise networks at your company locations, data centers and AWS VPCs together using the AWS global network backbone without having to use the internet.
When your mind turns to cloud network diagrams often Microsoft Visio will be the first thing that springs to mind. That's not surprising, given the popularity of this accomplished desktop flow chart/drawing application.
When your organisation has hundreds or thousands of users, the logistics of controlling the deployment of software and services can be a complex and time consuming task.