AWS Blu Insights users need to get certified in order to get access to its features (see certification program).
Codebase projects represent your modernization project and contain the tools and resources that you need to assess, explore, decompose, organize and coordinate development tasks, and track project metrics. Projects are associated with a single codebase. You can create a project from a local archive, import it from a Secured Space, or upload it from an S3 bucket through the presigned URL generated using the S3 console.
TC projects represent the transformation environment that allows to interact with Velocity: transform, refactor and generate the modern source code.
A Secured Space is a container for storing and sharing project artifacts among teams. A Secured Space can represent your company, organization, or group. You can invite team members to your Secured space and manage permissions. You can create private spaces as well.
Versions Manager projects are a comparison of two codebase projects source code files. It helps track changes made on the legacy applications (updates, new programs, deleted programs, etc.) during the lifespan of the modernization project.
The complete list of the supported platforms, languages, and extensions is available here.
You can find a lot of details in the documentation. You can also get in touch with your AWS Blu Age point of contact (or trainer). In addition, you can engage with AWS Support by using the AWS Support Center.
AWS Blu Insights is only available in English. However, we have made sure that all fields you may wish to complete can handle pretty much any language.
We highly recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge to have the best experience when using AWS Blu Insights. The platform also works well in the latest version of Firefox.
No. We currently do not offer an API to enable programmatic control of AWS Blu Insights.
AWS Blu Insights proposes an imports feature, which allows to reuse data from another project and avoid you to recreate all your projects artifacts.