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Announcing the Launch of Early Access

Announcing the Launch of Early Access

Introducing Overmind: Early Access Launch

We are excited to announce the launch of early access. We will be focusing on our AWS source which is designed to give you visibility and insight into your AWS systems, applications, and infrastructure. So before making a change you can quickly uncover potential impact avoiding business critical misconfigurations.

What will you be able to do?

As an early access user, you'll be able to test out the features and functionality of Overmind and our AWS source for free before it's publicly available. This will give you a chance to provide valuable feedback and help shape the final product.

Out of the box you'll be able to run various queries on public endpoints without any credentials. However, adding your AWS credentials will allow you to use Overmind to query DynamoDB, EC2, ECS, EKS, ELB, IAM, Lambda, RDS, Route53, S3 and more.

For example, start by searching the name of one or list all of you security groups. Double click to expand the search depth, allowing you to further understand its relationships using our graph based discovery. Continue expanding dependencies to uncover what services rely on this security group and any potential impact if you were to modify it. All within a few clicks and no CLI commands required.

How do I join?

Overmind is now available to try for free. Get started by signing up and creating an account here.

We're confident that Overmind will change how you think about understanding impact. If you want to learn more look out for our upcoming series where we help you understand dependencies and uncover how AWS systems might be impacted by any changes.