this week I had the chance to exchange with colleagues about possible Azure architectures. My main focus was to develop a cost effective infrastructure to support legacy applications (applications that do not support modern authentication (WS-Fed, SAML, and OAuth)).
But I would like to discuss this topic in another blog post.
This post is dedicated to the tool I used to create it.
The tool is called CloudSkew
It is a web application that allows you to create professional charts in a short time.
Features and benefits:
- No installation needed
- All icons preloaded
Icons for AWS, Azure, GCP, Kubernetes, CNCF, Alibaba Cloud, Oracle Cloud and more are already available in the app. You don't have to search for & download icons separately.
- It's free
- Diagram repository
CloudSkew is also your cloud diagram repository. All diagrams are auto-saved to CloudSkew's secure backend.
- Built-in document editor
- Share, export, print
To use it you need a GitHub or LinkedIn account.
If you want to learn more about it, I would recommend you to visit the developer's website.