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.
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 has three main selection options with dropdown and radio button – Cloud Service, Cloud Account and Category.
Shows the available Cloud Services – Azure and AWS.
Shows the list of cloud Account added under the Cloud Service. The Inventory data will be displayed based on the selected Cloud Account.
Category will be sorted automatically based on the number of resources under the particular category. Data for the particular category will be displayed based on the selection.
Resources can be created from Inventory page. To do so, you can select a action from Create option from resource details section and add the resource to your cloud as well as to your Inventory.
Utilization graphs are available for the below resources, with which users can get a graphical representation of the utilization of the resources:
|AWS||Instances, S3 Buckets, AWS Lambda|
Utilization graph is populated for resources that are running more than 24 hrs.
Relationship shows the resources which are attached to the particular resource. For example: Take a Instance or VM the related resources like VPC, Subnet, Security Group etc which are attached with the VM will be displayed.
Relationship feature is available for the below listed resources.
|AWS||Instances, Elastic IP, Snapshot, Volumes, Subnets, VPC, Security Group, RDS|
Resource action for the particular resource can be done from here. Actions like Start, Stop etc can be performed.