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Exploring the Inventory

The Inventory displays all of your assets with detailed information.

Filtering the Inventory

To view detailed information about your assets, use the filters and tables below:

Inventory filter

Filter
Description
Data Source
Integrated service provider
Location
Region (AWS), Namespace (K8s)
Asset Type
Type of service or object provided
Tags
Label created in your cloud provider
Owner
  • AWS CloudTrail shows Event Owner, Event Name and Event Date
  • Cloud providers using Terraform show Code Owner and Commit Date (if your Git is integrated)
IaC Type
Type of IaC tool
Creation Year
Year the asset was created
Insights
Policies that improve the configuration of your assets to increase performance, usefulness, and security
Assets that are excluded from the Inventory according to custom or built-in rules
Deleted Assets
Assets that no longer exist as resources in your cloud. When selected in the filter, the table shows only those assets

Asset category

Button
Description
Assets
View assets without categorization
Types
View assets categorized by group
Live
View active assets
Deleted
View deleted assets

Asset flags

The asset flags filter (located in the upper right corner) highlights specific characteristics or properties of your asset. Categorize your assets according to the following pre-defined flags:
Button
Description
Insights
Misconfiguration, Reliability, and Optimization
Asset History
Compare different revisions of your asset and view detailed revision information
Comments
Add, edit, or delete comments about your asset
Git
List of assets in which the Terraform code is in an integrated Git and the code trace feature is available
GitOps
Resources managed by Argo CD
Relationships
View the evolution of resources, from the creation of the module to the development of the children

Inventory table

Table column
Description
Data Source
  • Integrated service provider
  • To view Child Assets, select the Plus icon on the left side of the asset. The number next to the asset indicates how many children the asset contains
Type
Type of service or object provided
Name
Name the provider gives to the asset
How the actual asset compares to the IaC state file of the asset
Location
Region (AWS), Namespace (K8s)
Properties
Characteristics of the asset as currently configured
Owner
  • AWS CloudTrail and GCP audit logs display Event Owner, Event Name, and Event Date
  • Cloud providers using Terraform display Code Owner and Commit Date
Created On
When the asset was created
Flags
Asset properties identified by Firefly

Additional asset actions

  • To codify (generate IaC) one or multiple assets, select the asset(s) and select Codify.
  • To share a link to your asset, select the share icon.
  • To delete the IaC file of drifted, ghost, or codified assets, select the asset(s) and select the trash icon.
  • To delete unmanaged assets, select the asset(s), and select the trash icon.

Viewing asset details

To view more information about your asset, select the row of the asset.
Tab
Description
Information
  • Info: Summarized information about your asset
  • Insights: Policies that improve the configuration of your assets to increase performance, usefulness, and security
  • IaC Stacks: Type and name of IaC tool Select the link to open the IaC Explorer
  • Git: Integrated VCS
Configuration
View the IaC stack of your asset
Asset History
  • Compare different revisions of your asset and view detailed revision information
  • To rollback to a previous revision, select Codify Revision
Event Viewer
  • Displays AWS CloudTrail and Google Cloud audit log events with the option to search for specific events
  • Select the plus sign to view the request-response of each event
  • Each graph bar displays the top three events according to the selected time point
Comments
Add, edit, or delete comments about your asset
Relationships
  • View the evolution of resources, from the creation of the module to the development of the children
  • Select the resource to view its configuration

Buttons

Button
Description
Delete
Delete assets
Jira
Create a new Jira issue
Jump to Code
If your Git is integrated with Firefly, this link opens your repository to the IaC file implementation
Jump to Console
Opens the AWS console to view your resource

Searching the Inventory

To do a full text search on all your assets and their configurations, use the Search bar. For example, you can search for an IP address such as 0.0.0.0/0 and see if you have any matching assets, such as Security Groups (can be used in conjunction with the other filters).

Saving custom views

Create and save custom views for easy access. You can also save as default and share with colleagues.

Procedure

  1. 1.
    Using the Inventory filter, select the assets you want to see in the table.
  2. 2.
    Select Save Current View.
  3. 3.
    Enter a descriptive name in the box.
    • Optional: set as Default view.
  4. 4.
    Select Save view.
  5. 5.
    To see your custom views, select Views.
  6. 6.
    To share this custom view, select the share link
    . To share, send this URL to a colleague.

Exporting search results

After filtering the Inventory, you can export up to 10,000 results.

Procedure

1. Select
> Export table.
2. Select the file type: CSV or JSON > Export.