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In AWS, I have a VPC with many components inside, including subnets, security groups, gateways, load balancers, target groups, many instances, and others.

Is there any ways to export my whole architecture and components into a file, sayXML or something?

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    Not to my knowledge - you could get much of the way there by using the AWS CLI's output and combining it yourself into a format of some sort. Maybe you're tackling this from the wrong end, though: You can use a configuration management system like Ansible, Puppet, Chef, etc. or something like AWS CloudFormation to define what your infrastructure should look like, and they'll actually create it for you. – ceejayoz Sep 27 '18 at 17:25
  • Ummm, too bad. This looks like a must-to-have feature! Initially things were created manually, so no initial template for us. – Tina J Sep 27 '18 at 18:13
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You can use CloudFormer to export your existing AWS infrastructure into CloudFormation template. Alternatively you can use terraforming ruby gem to export your infrastructure as Terraform files.

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