Clouddiscovery - The tool to help you discover resources in the cloud environment

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Cloudiscovery helps you to analyze resources in your cloud (AWS/GCP/Azure/Alibaba/IBM) account. Now this tool only can check resources in AWS, but they are working to expand to other providers. The tool consists of various commands to help you understand the cloud infrastructure. It provides a CLI to easily perform desired actions.

Following resources are checked in AWS environment.

  • Autoscaling Group
  • Classic/Network/Application Load Balancer
  • Client VPN Endpoints
  • CloudHSM
  • DocumentDB
  • Directory Service
  • EC2 Instance
  • ECS
  • EFS
  • ElastiCache
  • Elasticsearch
  • EKS
  • EMR
  • IAM Policy
  • Internet Gateway (IGW)
  • Lambda
  • Media Connect
  • Media Live
  • Media Store Policy
  • MSK
  • NACL
  • NAT Gateway
  • Neptune
  • QuickSight
  • RDS
  • REST Api Policy
  • Route Table
  • S3 Policy
  • Sagemaker Notebook
  • Sagemaker Training Job
  • Sagemaker Model
  • Security Group
  • SQS Queue Policy
  • Site-to-Site VPN Connections
  • Subnet
  • Synthetic Canary
  • VPC Peering
  • VPC Endpoint
  • VPN Customer Gateways
  • Virtual Private Gateways
  • Workspace

https://github.com/Cloud-Architects/cloudiscovery

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