Cloud Resource Inventory

CoreStack Cloud Resource Inventory maintains inventory items along with category across platforms, accounts, regions and region groups. The centralized CoreStack inventory service manages cloud resource meta data, state and relationship of the resources in its cloud inventory database.

Cloud Resource Discovery

After a user has onboarded their account(s), the services that are provisioned are discovered dynamically via CoreStack’s connector less resource discovery. This can be viewed by clicking on ‘Inventory’ available on the left-hand side options:

User would be navigated to the Cloud Resources tab which is split into three main sections – Summary, Resources and Resource Details


Shows the consolidated summary of cloud resources by category across the multi-cloud infrastructure. 


Shows the consolidated summary of resources by Resource type across the multi-cloud infrastructure. 

Resource Details:  

This section displays details of a particular resource, which is already selected in the Resources section. You can perform any action that are available for the selected resource. Example: Virtual Machine have Start, Stop, Restart, Delete, etc. as actions. In the example below, we clicked on ‘VPC’ for the below section to get populated with VPC resource details:  : 

Resources can be created from Inventory page. To do so, you can select a template from Create New option from resource details section and add the resource to your cloud as well as to your Inventory.  

Utilization Graphs:  

Utilization graphs are available for the below resources, with which users can get a graphical representation of the utilization of the resources: 

Cloud Resources
Azure VM
AWS Instances, S3 Buckets, AWS Lambda

Utilization graph is populated for resources that are running more than 24 hrs.

Filters are provided within Inventory section to further refine the list of the resources


Inventory tab has list of resources that is managed by CoreStack. You can add and govern any resource that are available in your Cloud or On-premise like Physical servers, Routers, Switches etc.  

Inventory tab is split into three main sections – Summary, Resources and Resource Details  


Summary displays the consolidated list of inventory resources by Category across CoreStack. 


Displays the consolidated summary of resources by Resource type across CoreStack 

Resources Details:  

Displays the details of a particular resource that is selected in the Resources section. You can make changes directly into your resource from Actions provided. Example: You can execute a template or script in you created VM.