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How do I navigate the inventory?

There are a few important things you can do from this screen.

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1.) Identify: The user can click through accounts, resource types, regions, and resources themselves to apply filters and investigate the current configuration or a resources, the previous drift on that resource, as well as the compliance history. 

    • For more information on this scroll to the bottom of this post. 

2.) Search: The user can search out the specific resource they are looking for by name. 

3.) After the user set the filter (from step 1) or they have adjusted the filter on the right to fit their needs, they can "create a filter" which will allow them to essentially save the search across the company. 

  • An example of this would be to identify all your networking resources across clouds, create a networking filter and quickly surface drift and compliance issues with the click of a button. 

4.) The ability to export a CSV file of your entire cloud inventory across multiple cloud accounts. This export will reflect the current filter applied on the page. 

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Deep Dive into History of a Resource
1.) Clicking on a specific cloud provider will apply that filter to your inventory - you'll see this reflected in the next tabs on the screen. For this example let's select AWS.
Note: You can skip and click on to any of the other tabs (Accounts, Types, Regions, Resources) and see all of the information across all the clouds. 

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2.) Clicking on a specific account will apply that filter to your inventory - you'll see this reflected in the next tabs on the screen. For this example let's select 875803200345..
Note: You can skip and click on to any of the other tabs (Types, Regions, Resources) and see all of the information across all AWS environments (in this example). 
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3.) Clicking on a specific resource type will apply that filter to your inventory - you'll see this reflected in the last two tabs on the screen. For this example let's select AWS::EC2:Instance.
Note: You can skip and click on to any of the other tabs (Regions, Resources) and see all of the information across all selected organization (in this example). Screen Shot 2020-07-13 at 4.19.20 PM


4.) Clicking on a specific resource will take you to the history of the resource in your inventory. 

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Additional Resources:

What does the history of the resource show me in the inventory?