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· 4 min read
Matthias Veit
Some Engineer

Retrieving information about resources you have deployed in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure means tediously navigating the AWS Management Console or using the AWS Command Line Interface. This approach works well in a single account setup, but best practice is to set up a multi-account environment. And as the number of accounts grows, navigating your infrastructure and finding resources via the Console or the CLI becomes increasingly difficult.

Furthermore, the relationships between your resources are also relevant: an EBS volume is mounted to an EC2 instance running in a VPC and reachable via an ALB load balancer, for example. Developers create resources using tools such as Terraform, CDK, or CloudFormation… or sometimes even the console or CLI. How can you see everything that is running in your cloud?

Left: Sheep Spinning Up Cloud Resources; Right: Confused Sheep with Abacus

New Name, New Website!

· 3 min read
Doris Houng
Some Engineer

This past month has been quite the roller coaster for us at Some Engineering. 🎢

Right before Christmas, we decided to part ways with the name "Cloudkeeper." There were many reasons behind this decision, one of which was that we did not feel the product we were developing should be limited to cloud infrastructure. We were building a product that did much more than just "housekeeping for your clouds."

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