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ResourceName - awsEbsVolume

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The awsEbsVolume resource loads EBS Volume from one or more AWS Account(s). This data will be present when the AWS ResourceWatch integration is enabled.

Resource Data

An example of what this resource includes (JSON):

"@awsEbsVolume": {
    "Attachments": [
      {
        "AttachTime": "2018-04-26T15:35:33Z",
        "DeleteOnTermination": false,
        "Device": "/dev/sda1",
        "InstanceId": "i-0111119252",
        "State": "attached",
        "VolumeId": "vol-0b511111d2dc6"
      }
    ],
    "AvailabilityZone": "us-east-2c",
    "CreateTime": "2018-04-26T15:35:33.393Z",
    "Encrypted": false,
    "FastRestored": null,
    "Iops": 100,
    "KmsKeyId": null,
    "MultiAttachEnabled": false,
    "OutpostArn": null,
    "Size": 8,
    "SnapshotId": "snap-0411111f792c36",
    "State": "in-use",
    "Tags": null,
    "Throughput": null,
    "VolumeId": "vol-0b511111d2dc6",
    "VolumeType": "gp2",
    "_instanceNames": [
      "vpn-priv"
    ],
    "_region": "us-east-2"
  },
  "@customer": "FluencyAudit",
  "@dayIndex": "20221024-18",
  "@key": "vol-0b511111d2dc6",
  "@resource_type": "awsEbsVolume",
  "@source": "AWSResource",
  "@timestamp": 1666636668000,
  "@type": "resource"
}

Example

FPL Code

An example for showing the basic information of EBS Volume:

function table_loadvolume()
    load resource awsEbsVolume
    let {_region,_instanceNames,Size,VolumeType,State}=f("@awsEbsVolume")
end
stream table_loadvolume=table_loadvolume()

Table Results

Results of the above FPL code:

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