This may get you part of the way there. https://aws.amazon.com/solutions/implementations/aws-perspective/
Does it means, we must need to create cloud formation for that right? suppose we have created Ec2 instance or any other services without cloudformation then can i create such graph?
Hi I have updated my questions, does it support? The network diagram generated can be more verbose. For example: 1) Show the internet gate way 2) Show the NAT gateway 3) Show the routing table
There are a couple different options available:
From AWS: https://aws.amazon.com/solutions/implementations/aws-perspective/ and https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2020/09/introducing-aws-perspective/.
Other available options:
- Duo Labs's CloudMapper: https://github.com/duo-labs/cloudmapper. The Network Visualization functionary is no longer maintaned.
There are non-free options available as well (non-exhaustive list):
- LucidChart: https://lucidscale.com/
- CloudCraft: https://www.cloudcraft.co/
Keep in mind that any non-AWS solutions will typically require you to deploy an IAM role that has access to view/read resources and possibly other infrastructure.
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