Your experience with configuring each cloud resource with the id card just got revamped. We've completely rethought the concept of configuring a cloud resource, as it's an action you do repeatedly when building your architecture diagram.
I just tried it -- and combined with the new Design to Code mentioned above -- it's definitely a smoother experience.
Fixed: The location/Region field does not reflect the real value Fixed: Keep variables locals’ value during clone Fixed: The reminder form seems broken Fixed: Custom code field unusable Fixed: Architecture clone must keep the locals too Fixed: The deletion of modules from the catalog doesn’t always work
At Brainboard, we've worked hard to take your experience with the Cloud to the next level, especially while managing Git credentials in teams.
We've enabled you to:
As an individual contributor, you can add personal git tokens for any supported git provider - Azure DevOps, Gitlab, Bitbucket - and specify the scope of the creds and have visibility on where they are used.
As the owner of the organization, you can add Github app integration and users perform git actions based on their authorization on Github.
What do you need to do:
The Git credentials of your organizations are assigned to the owner of the organization. So you need to add your personal token in order to do pull requests.
If you use GitHub, there is nothing to do. Your pull requests work as before.
SSOSingle Sign-On is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. True single sign-on allows the user to log in once and access Brainboard services without re-entering authentication factors.
You can replicate with an automatic sync the same diagram in different environments.
This is useful in cases where you want to have the same architecture diagram on multiple environments: dev, staging, and production... and any graphical change you make to either environment will be automatically replicated into the other ones.
To do it, click on the switch of syncing architectures in the cloning wizard as follows
Allow the user to change the remote backend setting at the architecture level. ℹ️ For users/clients that want to manage multiple clients over multiple clouds and use a dedicated remote backend per client.
🔥 Cloud architects, network architect & DevOps people build cloud infrastructures in a way that allow others to reuse their work with the minimum interaction possible → and if they use Terraform, they do it through modules.
✅ In Brainboard.co (YC W22), we allow you now to scale this workflow: - Import any module by just providing its source path
- You build your internal module's catalog 💪 you build your self-serve modules
- Combine modules to build cloud infrastructures that are aligned with your workflows 🔥
- Customize the icon of every module you import to make understandable diagrams 😍
We updated your onboarding process to include more explanation materials at first login, accessible anytime, directly from your interface. We’ve also launched a brand-new tutorial gallery so that anyone can learn how to build their cloud architecture, more efficiently.
Information security is a reason of concern for all of us, and has been in our DNA and a top priority from day one.
With that in mind, we’re on our way to getting our SOC Certification 🔒
We strive to make our platform seamless and secure for all of our users and partners.
We’ve been working with Vanta to help achieve our #SOC2 certification.
We use Vanta’s automation platform to continuously monitor different security aspects across the organization, be it internal security controls, employee training, secure development, etc. against the recommended standards.
We've seen some of you needing to use Modules in your diagrams. With this feature, you are able to reuse any modules you find online / you create yourselves as a brick of reused codes directly from the Design brick of Brainboard. We made it easy to import, drag & drop and configure your modules directly on your dashboard. Let us know what you think 😇
It's now possible to flag variables as secrets and that is also reflected on the generated Terraform code. Also, you can define outputs in Brainboard, use them and/or push the outputs.tf files into your Git repo.
Last week, you discovered our new pricing plan, based on the number of users. You are not limited to the numbers of Infrastructures you or your team will create. Now, you'll be able to add multiple credentials for every cloud provider, especially matching: Cloud Provider = Credentials <> Project.
As you all know, Cloud Providers update their resources very regularly. Now, we are thrilled to announce that, starting today, you'll be able to use the newest version or/and switch from older to newest.
The synchronization process compares your local Designer workspace, the remote Decision Center database, and a reference that computes the state of the synchronization. This reference state is created as a connection entry in your workspace when you connect to Decision Center.