Inventory Reporting

CloudCheckrs Inventory reporting is centered around providing you a view into the specific resources linked to the AWS Services that you currently utilize. Within the Inventory reports you’ll find several different report types which will include Summary overviews, Map Overlays by region/instance, Tagged reporting, Custom Reports, Trending and AWS Service specific details. The inventory details are taken from CloudWatch, and are saved for the lifetime of your CloudCheckr account. This allows you to view historic inventory trends.



The Inventory Summary report is a high level view into your resources. It lists each service and then gives basic useful information taken from those services as well as a link to the Summary and Detail reports for each of those services.

Map Overlay

 Map Overlay by Service

The Map Overlay Report shows which AWS Services are being utilized within each geographical region. It displays each region with statistics showing how the region is being utilized. The Map Report also has a dropdown, allowing you to jump between different AWS Services.

The RDS map shows you the number of instances, snapshots and the current amount of storage allocated.  While the EC2 Map shows how many instances are running and stopped and the S3 Map shows the total number of buckets and objects within each region, as well as the total size of the objects being stored.

Tagged  / Untagged Resource Reporting

These report will be used to identify all of the resource tags you are using within AWS. CloudCheckr will allow you drill into specific resources that are using each tag as well as resources that are not tagged or have not been assigned a particular Tag Key.

For more information on Resource Tags, see the Amazon website.

Tagged Resources

Untagged Resources

Custom Reports

CloudCheckr Custom Report Builder allows you to build specific searches and filter parameters for EC2, S3 and WorkSpaces resources. Instead of having to recreate the search and filter parameters, you can save these and reload them later. The parameters of your Custom Reports are saved and a new custom report will be built each day with the most up-to-date data from your AWS Deployment.

Create Custom Report

View Custom Report

Edit Custom Report

Deleting Custom Report

Use Cases


CloudCheckr’s trending reports allow you to quickly see how your EC2, S3, RDS, Glacier and or Support Cases deployments have fluctuated over the past 7, 30, 90, 180 or 365 days. The data from each of these reports can be quickly exported into a CSV file.  The data for these charts begins populating daily as soon as you start using CloudCheckr.

For more information select links below:





Support Cases

Reports by AWS Service



As mentioned earlier the Inventory Summary report provided a high level view into your resources by listing each service and displaying basic useful information. Selecting one of the Summary or Detail links will take you a more comprehensive overview of that particular AWS Service. This reports can also be accessed by drilling into any one of the AWS Services listed:

Summary Reporting

Detail Reporting 


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