Visualization as code – maintain and render declarative charts and diagrams alongside your Confluence content
Use your favorite visualization languages
Maintain declarative charts and diagrams as code
Maintain simple charts and diagrams as text inline or reference more complex visualizations as code from a remote URL, for example version controlled in a Git repository or an Amazon S3 bucket.
Update visualizations via automated processes
Update remote diagrams via automated processes to effectively embed live data on Confluence pages, for example with AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) apps.
Visualize with AWS allows you to use a variety of declarative chart and diagram rendering engines to visualize any kind of data.
Diagrams can be provided and edited inline, or referenced via URL for more complex or dynamically updating charts and diagrams. Currently supported visualizations are:
Based on your feedback, we would like to expand the feature set over time – let us know what you like to see next:
- More diagram types, e.g. Charts.xkcd, Excalidraw, Mingrammer diagrams, and Wardley maps
- More native storage options like attachments, Amazon S3, and Git
- Interactive visualizations
- Dedicated data sources
- Self-hosted diagram engines on AWS for ultimate flexibility and privacy
- Anything else? Let us know!
Privacy and security
Visualize with AWS (Confluence) integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.
- View the profile details for the currently logged-in user.
- Create and edit issues in Jira, post comments as the user, create worklogs, and delete issues.
An example diagram provided inline and rendered by Vega – it visualizes the Atlassian product page messaging using a word cloud.