Simplify creation and visualization of Azure VNET's
Creating a virtual network that spans an on-premise deployment and more than 1 Azure datacenter is a pain and not easy to "see" if all thing are lined up correctly. Building a network like this shouldn't require importing or exporting files and running powershell commands if you don't want to. Would be great it was like using Visio (Drag, Drop, Pipe). Then use that same view to see the overall health, speed, and usage in real time on that network.
This is an amazing idea! For now, this tool can help you view and interact with your network: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=bencoleman.armview.
Additionally, documentation for Network Watcher topology view can be found here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/network-watcher/view-network-topology. I will forward your suggestion that this be made more interactive.
Mike Wedderburn-Clarke (HE/HIM) commented
Also check out this amazing tool (I don't work for them but I use it a lot).
You can draw architecture diagrams and then deploy straight to Azure - it builds the ARM template from the drawing and handles deployment too.