Akeero now seamlessly integrates with your AWS account! This powerful feature enables you to effortlessly gain insights into the resources deployed within your AWS accounts. Currently, Akeero supports Lambda, DynamoDB, and API Gateway, with forthcoming support for SQS and SNS. Connecting your AWS account is a breeze—simply deploy a CloudFormation template, and you're good to go. Managing multiple AWS accounts is also effortlessly handled by Akeero.
Every resource provisioned through Akeero is now assigned a unique Akeero ID. This enhancement brings forth a multitude of possibilities, allowing you to differentiate between Akeero-generated resources and other resources, leveraging the seamless integration with AWS.
We've just dropped the beta release of Diagram to Code! This new functionality allows you to write infrastructure-as-code and quickly build AWS infrastructure.
Using Diagram to Code is simple - you can either start by using one of our provided templates or design your infrastructure from scratch on the canvas. As you design, Akeero automatically generates the code for you. This makes it easy to seamlessly integrate Diagram to Code into your existing build flow, with your infrastructure-as-code files and necessary scaffolding ready to go, without you even opening your IDE. We currently support Lambda, API Gateway and DynamoDB with other resources following in the coming weeks.
Our aim at Akeero is to improve the AWS developer experience, and Diagram to Code is a significant step towards achieving that goal. By utilising Diagram to Code, you can get all the benefits of Infrastructure as Code - such as speed and repeatability - by just drawing what you need.
If you're looking to streamline the way you and your team build infrastructure, give Diagram to Code a try and let us know what you think!
We're excited to announce that public templates are now available for the community! Templates are pre-built patterns that can help you get your app up and running in just seconds. We've created a variety of starter templates for you to use, and we're also working with partners to make official third-party templates available to our users.
In addition, we've added a new feature that allows anyone to make their own infrastructure templates available to the wider community. Simply provide a description and hit "publish" to share your template with others. Each template also includes a usage counter that displays how many times it has been used by the community. We've also added tags to make searching easier.
You can now easily share your Akeero projects with others by simply providing a link. This link grants read-only access to your project and can be revoked at any time. With this feature, you can effortlessly showcase the infrastructure you've designed to other team members or share it more widely in articles or documentation. It's a convenient way to collaborate and communicate your work with others.
We're excited to announce that we've introduced a new comments feature at the resource level. With this new feature, you can easily record notes for yourself or collaborate with others on your team. Whether you're making a note to remind yourself about a specific resource, or you're leaving feedback for a colleague, our comments feature makes it simple and straightforward.
Now, when you click on any resource in our product, you'll see a new "Comments" section where you can leave your notes. You can also reply to existing comments, making it easy to collaborate and communicate with your team. Plus, all comments are timestamped, so you can easily see when they were added and keep track of the conversation.
This new feature is designed to help streamline your workflow and make it easier to work with your team on complex projects. We're excited to see how it will improve collaboration and productivity across the board.