Here are some examples of diagrams you can create.

AWS Diagram

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// Define groups and nodes
API gateway [icon: aws-api-gateway]
Lambda [icon: aws-lambda]
S3 [icon: aws-simple-storage-service]
VPC Subnet {
  Main Server {
    Server [icon: aws-ec2]
    Data [icon: aws-rds]
  Queue [icon: aws-auto-scaling]
  Compute Nodes {
    Worker1 [icon: aws-ec2]
    Worker2 [icon: aws-ec2]
    Worker3 [icon: aws-ec2]
Analytics [icon: aws-redshift]

// Define connections
API gateway > Lambda > Server > Data
Server > Queue > Worker1, Worker2, Worker3
S3 < Data
Compute Nodes > Analytics

Google Cloud Diagram

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// Define groups and nodes
Stream [icon: kafka, color: grey]
Ingest {
  Pub/Sub [icon: gcp-pubsub]
  Logging [icon: gcp-cloud-logging]
Pipelines {
  Dataflow [icon: gcp-dataflow]
Storage [icon: gcp-cloud-storage] {
  Storage [icon: gcp-cloud-storage]
  Datastore [icon: gcp-datastore]
  Bigtable [icon: gcp-bigtable]
Analytics {
  BigQuery [icon: gcp-bigquery]
Application [icon: gcp-app-engine] {
  App Engine [icon: gcp-app-engine]
  Container Engine [icon: gcp-container-registry]
  Compute Engine [icon: gcp-compute-engine]

// Define connections
Stream > Ingest
Logging > Analytics > Application
Pub/Sub > Pipelines > Storage > Application

Azure Diagram

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// Define groups and nodes
AD tenant [icon: azure-active-directory]
Load Balancers [icon: azure-load-balancers]
Virtual Network [icon: azure-virtual-networks] {
  Web Tier [icon: azure-network-security-groups] {
    vm1 [icon: azure-virtual-machine]
    vm2 [icon: azure-virtual-machine]
    vm3 [icon: azure-virtual-machine]
  Business Tier [icon: azure-network-security-groups] {
    lb2 [icon: azure-load-balancers]
    vm4 [icon: azure-virtual-machine]
    vm5 [icon: azure-virtual-machine]
    vm6 [icon: azure-virtual-machine]

// Define connections
AD tenant > Load Balancers
Load Balancers > vm1, vm2, vm3 > lb2 > vm4, vm5, vm6

Kubernetes Diagram

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// Define groups and nodes
Cloud Provider API [icon: settings]
AWS [icon: aws]
GCP [icon: google-cloud]
Azure [icon: azure]
Control Plane [icon: k8s-control-plane]{
  api [icon: k8s-api]
  sched [icon: k8s-sched]
  ccm [icon: k8s-c-c-m]
  cm [icon: k8s-c-m]
  etcd [icon: k8s-etcd]
Node1 [icon: k8s-node] {
  kubelet1 [icon: k8s-kubelet]
  kproxy1 [icon: k8s-k-proxy]
Node2 [icon: k8s-node] {
  kubelet2 [icon: k8s-kubelet]
  kproxy2 [icon: k8s-k-proxy]
Node3 [icon: k8s-node] {
  kubelet3 [icon: k8s-kubelet]
  kproxy3 [icon: k8s-k-proxy]

// Define connections
ccm > Cloud Provider API > AWS, Azure, GCP
api > ccm, sched, etcd, cm
kubelet1, kproxy1, kubelet2, kproxy2, kubelet3, kproxy3 > api

Data ETL Pipeline

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// Define groups and nodes
Input data sources {
  Oracle [icon: oracle]
  Twitter [icon: twitter]
  Facebook [icon: facebook]
ETL pipeline [color: silver]{
  User survey data [icon: kafka]
  Data load [icon: aws-s3]
  Data transformation [icon: databricks]
  Data store [icon: snowflake]
Data destinations {
  Notification [icon: slack]
  Experimentation [icon: tensorflow]
  BI dashboard [icon: tableau]

// Define connections
Oracle, Twitter, Facebook > User survey data > Data load > Data transformation > Data store > Notification, Experimentation, BI dashboard