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list-events

Description

Returns a list of the events emitted by the resources that are evaluated by DevOps Guru. You can use filters to specify which events are returned.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

list-events is a paginated operation. Multiple API calls may be issued in order to retrieve the entire data set of results. You can disable pagination by providing the --no-paginate argument. When using --output text and the --query argument on a paginated response, the --query argument must extract data from the results of the following query expressions: Events

Synopsis

  list-events
--filters <value>
[--account-id <value>]
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--starting-token <value>]
[--page-size <value>]
[--max-items <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--filters (structure)

A ListEventsFilters object used to specify which events to return.

InsightId -> (string)

An ID of an insight that is related to the events you want to filter for.

EventTimeRange -> (structure)

A time range during which you want the filtered events to have occurred.

FromTime -> (timestamp)

The time when the event started.

ToTime -> (timestamp)

The time when the event ended.

EventClass -> (string)

The class of the events you want to filter for, such as an infrastructure change, a deployment, or a schema change.

EventSource -> (string)

The Amazon Web Services source that emitted the events you want to filter for.

DataSource -> (string)

The source, AWS_CLOUD_TRAIL or AWS_CODE_DEPLOY , of the events you want returned.

ResourceCollection -> (structure)

A collection of Amazon Web Services resources supported by DevOps Guru. The two types of Amazon Web Services resource collections supported are Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks and Amazon Web Services resources that contain the same Amazon Web Services tag. DevOps Guru can be configured to analyze the Amazon Web Services resources that are defined in the stacks or that are tagged using the same tag key . You can specify up to 500 Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks.

CloudFormation -> (structure)

An array of the names of Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks. The stacks define Amazon Web Services resources that DevOps Guru analyzes. You can specify up to 500 Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks.

StackNames -> (list)

An array of CloudFormation stack names.

(string)

Tags -> (list)

The Amazon Web Services tags that are used by resources in the resource collection.

Tags help you identify and organize your Amazon Web Services resources. Many Amazon Web Services services support tagging, so you can assign the same tag to resources from different services to indicate that the resources are related. For example, you can assign the same tag to an Amazon DynamoDB table resource that you assign to an Lambda function. For more information about using tags, see the Tagging best practices whitepaper.

Each Amazon Web Services tag has two parts.

  • A tag key (for example, CostCenter , Environment , Project , or Secret ). Tag keys are case-sensitive.
  • An optional field known as a tag value (for example, 111122223333 , Production , or a team name). Omitting the tag value is the same as using an empty string. Like tag keys , tag values are case-sensitive.

Together these are known as key -value pairs.

Warning

The string used for a key in a tag that you use to define your resource coverage must begin with the prefix Devops-guru- . The tag key might be Devops-guru-deployment-application or Devops-guru-rds-application . While keys are case-sensitive, the case of key characters don't matter to DevOps Guru. For example, DevOps Guru works with a key named devops-guru-rds and a key named DevOps-Guru-RDS . Possible key /value pairs in your application might be Devops-Guru-production-application/RDS or Devops-Guru-production-application/containers .

(structure)

A collection of Amazon Web Services stags.

Tags help you identify and organize your Amazon Web Services resources. Many Amazon Web Services services support tagging, so you can assign the same tag to resources from different services to indicate that the resources are related. For example, you can assign the same tag to an Amazon DynamoDB table resource that you assign to an Lambda function. For more information about using tags, see the Tagging best practices whitepaper.

Each Amazon Web Services tag has two parts.

  • A tag key (for example, CostCenter , Environment , Project , or Secret ). Tag keys are case-sensitive.
  • An optional field known as a tag value (for example, 111122223333 , Production , or a team name). Omitting the tag value is the same as using an empty string. Like tag keys , tag values are case-sensitive.

Together these are known as key -value pairs.

Warning

The string used for a key in a tag that you use to define your resource coverage must begin with the prefix Devops-guru- . The tag key might be Devops-guru-deployment-application or Devops-guru-rds-application . While keys are case-sensitive, the case of key characters don't matter to DevOps Guru. For example, DevOps Guru works with a key named devops-guru-rds and a key named DevOps-Guru-RDS . Possible key /value pairs in your application might be Devops-Guru-production-application/RDS or Devops-Guru-production-application/containers .

AppBoundaryKey -> (string)

An Amazon Web Services tag key that is used to identify the Amazon Web Services resources that DevOps Guru analyzes. All Amazon Web Services resources in your account and Region tagged with this key make up your DevOps Guru application and analysis boundary.

Warning

The string used for a key in a tag that you use to define your resource coverage must begin with the prefix Devops-guru- . The tag key might be Devops-guru-deployment-application or Devops-guru-rds-application . While keys are case-sensitive, the case of key characters don't matter to DevOps Guru. For example, DevOps Guru works with a key named devops-guru-rds and a key named DevOps-Guru-RDS . Possible key /value pairs in your application might be Devops-Guru-production-application/RDS or Devops-Guru-production-application/containers .

TagValues -> (list)

The values in an Amazon Web Services tag collection.

The tag's value is an optional field used to associate a string with the tag key (for example, 111122223333 , Production , or a team name). The key and value are the tag's key pair. Omitting the tag value is the same as using an empty string. Like tag keys , tag values are case-sensitive. You can specify a maximum of 256 characters for a tag value.

(string)

JSON Syntax:

{
  "InsightId": "string",
  "EventTimeRange": {
    "FromTime": timestamp,
    "ToTime": timestamp
  },
  "EventClass": "INFRASTRUCTURE"|"DEPLOYMENT"|"SECURITY_CHANGE"|"CONFIG_CHANGE"|"SCHEMA_CHANGE",
  "EventSource": "string",
  "DataSource": "AWS_CLOUD_TRAIL"|"AWS_CODE_DEPLOY",
  "ResourceCollection": {
    "CloudFormation": {
      "StackNames": ["string", ...]
    },
    "Tags": [
      {
        "AppBoundaryKey": "string",
        "TagValues": ["string", ...]
      }
      ...
    ]
  }
}

--account-id (string)

The ID of the Amazon Web Services account.

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally.

--starting-token (string)

A token to specify where to start paginating. This is the NextToken from a previously truncated response.

For usage examples, see Pagination in the AWS Command Line Interface User Guide .

--page-size (integer)

The size of each page to get in the AWS service call. This does not affect the number of items returned in the command's output. Setting a smaller page size results in more calls to the AWS service, retrieving fewer items in each call. This can help prevent the AWS service calls from timing out.

For usage examples, see Pagination in the AWS Command Line Interface User Guide .

--max-items (integer)

The total number of items to return in the command's output. If the total number of items available is more than the value specified, a NextToken is provided in the command's output. To resume pagination, provide the NextToken value in the starting-token argument of a subsequent command. Do not use the NextToken response element directly outside of the AWS CLI.

For usage examples, see Pagination in the AWS Command Line Interface User Guide .

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Output

Events -> (list)

A list of the requested events.

(structure)

An Amazon Web Services resource event. Amazon Web Services resource events and metrics are analyzed by DevOps Guru to find anomalous behavior and provide recommendations to improve your operational solutions.

ResourceCollection -> (structure)

A collection of Amazon Web Services resources supported by DevOps Guru. The two types of Amazon Web Services resource collections supported are Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks and Amazon Web Services resources that contain the same Amazon Web Services tag. DevOps Guru can be configured to analyze the Amazon Web Services resources that are defined in the stacks or that are tagged using the same tag key . You can specify up to 500 Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks.

CloudFormation -> (structure)

An array of the names of Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks. The stacks define Amazon Web Services resources that DevOps Guru analyzes. You can specify up to 500 Amazon Web Services CloudFormation stacks.

StackNames -> (list)

An array of CloudFormation stack names.

(string)

Tags -> (list)

The Amazon Web Services tags that are used by resources in the resource collection.

Tags help you identify and organize your Amazon Web Services resources. Many Amazon Web Services services support tagging, so you can assign the same tag to resources from different services to indicate that the resources are related. For example, you can assign the same tag to an Amazon DynamoDB table resource that you assign to an Lambda function. For more information about using tags, see the Tagging best practices whitepaper.

Each Amazon Web Services tag has two parts.

  • A tag key (for example, CostCenter , Environment , Project , or Secret ). Tag keys are case-sensitive.
  • An optional field known as a tag value (for example, 111122223333 , Production , or a team name). Omitting the tag value is the same as using an empty string. Like tag keys , tag values are case-sensitive.

Together these are known as key -value pairs.

Warning

The string used for a key in a tag that you use to define your resource coverage must begin with the prefix Devops-guru- . The tag key might be Devops-guru-deployment-application or Devops-guru-rds-application . While keys are case-sensitive, the case of key characters don't matter to DevOps Guru. For example, DevOps Guru works with a key named devops-guru-rds and a key named DevOps-Guru-RDS . Possible key /value pairs in your application might be Devops-Guru-production-application/RDS or Devops-Guru-production-application/containers .

(structure)

A collection of Amazon Web Services stags.

Tags help you identify and organize your Amazon Web Services resources. Many Amazon Web Services services support tagging, so you can assign the same tag to resources from different services to indicate that the resources are related. For example, you can assign the same tag to an Amazon DynamoDB table resource that you assign to an Lambda function. For more information about using tags, see the Tagging best practices whitepaper.

Each Amazon Web Services tag has two parts.

  • A tag key (for example, CostCenter , Environment , Project , or Secret ). Tag keys are case-sensitive.
  • An optional field known as a tag value (for example, 111122223333 , Production , or a team name). Omitting the tag value is the same as using an empty string. Like tag keys , tag values are case-sensitive.

Together these are known as key -value pairs.

Warning

The string used for a key in a tag that you use to define your resource coverage must begin with the prefix Devops-guru- . The tag key might be Devops-guru-deployment-application or Devops-guru-rds-application . While keys are case-sensitive, the case of key characters don't matter to DevOps Guru. For example, DevOps Guru works with a key named devops-guru-rds and a key named DevOps-Guru-RDS . Possible key /value pairs in your application might be Devops-Guru-production-application/RDS or Devops-Guru-production-application/containers .

AppBoundaryKey -> (string)

An Amazon Web Services tag key that is used to identify the Amazon Web Services resources that DevOps Guru analyzes. All Amazon Web Services resources in your account and Region tagged with this key make up your DevOps Guru application and analysis boundary.

Warning

The string used for a key in a tag that you use to define your resource coverage must begin with the prefix Devops-guru- . The tag key might be Devops-guru-deployment-application or Devops-guru-rds-application . While keys are case-sensitive, the case of key characters don't matter to DevOps Guru. For example, DevOps Guru works with a key named devops-guru-rds and a key named DevOps-Guru-RDS . Possible key /value pairs in your application might be Devops-Guru-production-application/RDS or Devops-Guru-production-application/containers .

TagValues -> (list)

The values in an Amazon Web Services tag collection.

The tag's value is an optional field used to associate a string with the tag key (for example, 111122223333 , Production , or a team name). The key and value are the tag's key pair. Omitting the tag value is the same as using an empty string. Like tag keys , tag values are case-sensitive. You can specify a maximum of 256 characters for a tag value.

(string)

Id -> (string)

The ID of the event.

Time -> (timestamp)

A Timestamp that specifies the time the event occurred.

EventSource -> (string)

The Amazon Web Services source that emitted the event.

Name -> (string)

The name of the event.

DataSource -> (string)

The source, AWS_CLOUD_TRAIL or AWS_CODE_DEPLOY , where DevOps Guru analysis found the event.

EventClass -> (string)

The class of the event. The class specifies what the event is related to, such as an infrastructure change, a deployment, or a schema change.

Resources -> (list)

An EventResource object that contains information about the resource that emitted the event.

(structure)

The Amazon Web Services resource that emitted an event. Amazon Web Services resource events and metrics are analyzed by DevOps Guru to find anomalous behavior and provide recommendations to improve your operational solutions.

Type -> (string)

The type of resource that emitted an event.

Name -> (string)

The name of the resource that emitted an event.

Arn -> (string)

The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the resource that emitted an event.

NextToken -> (string)

The pagination token to use to retrieve the next page of results for this operation. If there are no more pages, this value is null.