GCP Supported Resources

Which Google Cloud resources are visualized on Hava interactive network topology diagrams.
Hava imports and visualises the key resources in your GCP Cloud Infrastructure projects.
Below is a list of the resources visualised. The resources that are not visualised can be found in the contextual attributes tab and are also visible when viewing the Hava List View
Resources Visualised
Compute Backend Service
External VPN Gateway
Compute Instance
Compute Interconnect
Compute Nat Gateway
Compute Network
Compute Router
Compute Subnetwork
Compute URL Map
VPN Gateway
DNS Managed Zone
Memory Store Instance
SQL Instance
Storage Bucket
Cloud Run Service
PubSub Topic
PubSub Subscription
Imported resources not visualised on your automated interactive cloud infrastructure diagram will appear within the attributes tab and on the Hava List View
Non Visualised Resources
Compute Address
Compute Autoscaler
Compute Backend Bucket
Forwarding Rule
Forwarding Rule Targets
Instance Group
Interconnect Attachment
Network Endpoint Group
Node Group
Packet Mirroring
Security Policy
SSL Certificate
SSL Policy
VPN Tunnel
When Hava creates your diagram it can also display network connections based on the meta data returned with the resource. So long as one resource has an explicit link to another resource, Hava will display a connection when a resource is selected, or using the Connections toggle in the view options.
Supported Connections
Backend Service to Instances
Backend Service to Cloud Run
External VPN Gateway to Target VPN Gateway
External VPN Gateway to VPN Gateway
Router to NAT Gateway
Router to Interconnect
Pub/Sub to Cloud Run
URL Map to Bucket
URL Map to Backend Service
URL Map to Instances
Target Pool to Instances
To view a comprehensive list of the visualised and non visualised resources imported from your GCP Project, use the "List View" while viewing your interactive diagram.
Hava GCP List View
New resources are being added to Hava automated interactive diagrams all the time. Make sure to check back on your diagrams regularly. The diagrams poll your source data continuously and automatically update diagrams and record any changes in the Version History as they happen.