On-demand and scheduled scans/classifications are considered jobs within the system. As a result, they can be monitored and managed independently from one another.

This page can be leveraged for seeing what activity you have in the system, monitoring individual jobs, cancelling active jobs, and reviewing the history of activity.

On-demand and Scheduled scans/classifications are the first two job types to show up, but others will follow shortly to help keep better track of the system and perform tasks that make sense to wrap up this way (report gathering, health checks, etc).

Job Filters

You can filter the jobs view by accounts, a date range and job status. By default all accounts you have access to will be shown and selected. Make changes to the filters as desired and click Apply Filter to modify what is shown below.

Once you have the results filtered, you can search amongst the results with the Search bar. The Search bar is a free form text search that will search across all the columns in the results table.

Job IDs

Each job is assigned a unique ID, which is displayed as the first column in the Jobs table.

This Id is also written to the CloudWatch logs specific to that job execution. This allows you to easily search your logs to monitor activity or troubleshoot errors.

Job Insights

For each job that you start you can now see additional details by clicking into a job and sorting through each category:

  • By Account: shows the AWS accounts that you have linked in that were associated with the job

  • By Container: shows the containers that were associated with the job (S3 bucket, EBS volume, etc.)

  • By Result: gives you an overview of all the results associated with the scanning done by the job

  • Logs: provides an overview of any logs generated by the job including the messages of the logs and which log groups you can find the details in if you are using CloudWatch.

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