What is Cloudcraft?
Cloudcraft is service for creating powerful AWS diagrams for free, used by software architects and developers. You can create cloud architecture diagrams, service deployment plans, illustrate software documentation, presentations etc.
Cloudcraft is a tool in the Architecture Design Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Cloudcraft?
6 companies reportedly use Cloudcraft in their tech stacks, including Bit Zesty, Livestorm, and ShopCo.
22 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Cloudcraft.
Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon CloudFront, AWS Lambda, and Amazon RDS are some of the popular tools that integrate with Cloudcraft. Here's a list of all 11 tools that integrate with Cloudcraft.
Why developers like Cloudcraft?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Cloudcraft
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- Exclusively focused on AWS
- Create powerful AWS architecture diagrams
- Easy to use visual cloud designer
- Import your existing AWS infrastructure
- View live data from your AWS environment superimposed on the diagrams
- Create service deployment diagrams
- Inline AWS service cost calculators
- Collaborate with your whole team on your architecture
Cloudcraft Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Cloudcraft?
Solution for visual communication. Create online flowcharts, diagrams, UML sketches, and ER models.
It gives businesses instant visibility of what they're running in the cloud. Diagrams are the best way to communicate and understand cloud engineering and architecture, however trawling consoles and using drag and drop tools to get a clear picture of your infrastructure is manual, time consuming work.
It is 3D modeling software that’s easy to use and has an extensive database of user-created models. You can use it to sketch (or import) models to assist with all kinds of projects—furniture building, video game creation, 3D printing, interior design, and whatever else you can think of.
CloudMapper generates network diagrams of Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments and display them via your browser. It helps you understand visually what exists in your accounts and identify possible network misconfigurations.