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The output of StartSimulationJobBatchCommand.
The Amazon Resource Name (arn) of the batch.
The batch policy.
Unique, case-sensitive identifier that you provide to ensure the idempotency of the request.
The time, in milliseconds since the epoch, when the simulation job batch was created.
A list of created simulation job request summaries.
A list of failed simulation job requests. The request failed to be created into a simulation job. Failed requests do not have a simulation job ID.
The failure code if the simulation job batch failed.
The reason the simulation job batch failed.
A list of pending simulation job requests. These requests have not yet been created into simulation jobs.
The status of the simulation job batch.
The simulation job batch request is pending.
The simulation job batch is in progress.
The simulation job batch failed. One or more simulation job requests could not
be completed due to an internal failure (like
failureReason for more
The simulation batch job completed. A batch is complete when (1) there are no
pending simulation job requests in the batch and none of the failed simulation job
requests are due to
InternalServiceError and (2) when all created
simulation jobs have reached a terminal state (for example,
The simulation batch job was cancelled.
The simulation batch job is being cancelled.
The simulation batch job is completing.
The simulation job batch is timing out.
If a batch timing out, and there are pending requests that were failing due to
an internal failure (like
InternalServiceError), the batch status
Failed. If there are no such failing request, the batch
status will be
The simulation batch job timed out.
A map that contains tag keys and tag values that are attached to the deployment job batch.