Bucket Settings Overview¶
The Bucket Settings page offers a configuration overview for all of the buckets from the catalog of buckets you have access to. So all of the buckets in the deployment account as well as from any linked accounts. There are two main sections to this page: the summary section and the detailed filterable chart. The Summary section gives you counts for each of the tracked settings (more settings will be added as we go along). So if one in particular is of interest you can get a quick understanding if you have any buckets matching that. The detailed filterable table is a list of the entire bucket catalog with a red / yellow / green association with the different bucket characteristics. This is somewhat arbitrary based on the value you place with each characteristic.
This is a simple count of buckets matching for each bucket characteristic.
Detailed Filterable Table¶
The table data is a list of the entire bucket catalog with a red / yellow / green association with the different bucket characteristics. This is somewhat arbitrary based on the value you place with each characteristic. Please Contact Us if you have opinions on what red / yellow / green means to you so we can get a consensus and make adjustments.
The table data is filterable in two ways: by AccountID and Region and then also at the table column heading. The data is filtered with
and logic so as you apply more filters the data set gets smaller.
Filtering by AccountID and / or Region¶
If you'd like to filter the list down to a particular account or accounts and / or a particular set of regions, you can do so with these inputs. Simply click into the field and you will be presented with a list of accounts or regions. You can search for and select one or as many as you like. By selecting values here you are pre-filtering the table before ever applying table filters.
Region Filter Example - 2 Regions Selected
Filtering with Table Columns¶
Each column has this icon () in it. This triggers the filter for this particular column. Each column will show all of the possible values in it that you can select and filter by. The values are also searchable. This is mostly applicable to the Bucket Name column as the other columns are binary. Once you've selected filter click Apply. The filter icon will change colors to represent you have selected that particular filter. It is very subtle because it is such a small icon, but if you are ever wondering why you may not be seeing your entire bucket list, look to see if you have column filters applied. Here is an example of the first two columns where the
Public Access Blocked filter has been applied:
You can clear a filter simply by clicking back in to the filter itself and clicking the