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2 Rackspace Cloud Feeds Developer API v1.0 ( ) 2015 Rackspace US, Inc. This document is intended for software developers interested in developing applications using the Rackspace Cloud Feeds Application Programming Interface (API). The document is for informational purposes only and is provided AS IS. RACKSPACE MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE ACCURACY OR COM- PLETENESS OF THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT AND RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO SPECIFICATIONS AND PROD- UCT/SERVICES DESCRIPTION AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE. RACKSPACE SERVICES OFFERINGS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITH- OUT NOTICE. USERS MUST TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR APPLICATION OF ANY SERVICES MENTIONED HEREIN. EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN RACKSPACE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND/OR CLOUD TERMS OF SERVICE, RACKSPACE ASSUMES NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, AND DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, RELATING TO ITS SERVICES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT. Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Rackspace, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property. Rackspace, Rackspace logo and Fanatical Support are registered service marks of Rackspace US, Inc. All other product names and trademarks used in this document are for identification purposes only and are property of their respective owners. ii

3 Table of Contents 1. Overview Document change history Additional resources Early Access Program Pricing and service level General API information Authentication Authorization roles required for Cloud Feeds access RBAC permissions cross-reference to Cloud Feeds API operations Rate limits Authenticating by using token-based authentication Authenticating by using basic authentication Identity Service access/endpoints Feeds catalog Cloud Feeds concepts Container elements Cloud Feeds events Cloud Feeds usage specifications and rules Data format in Accept header Date and time format Pagination Response codes for Cloud Feeds publishers and subscribers Using Cloud Feeds Reading a feed Navigating through feeds Cloud Feeds query parameters Filtering entries by the using the marker parameter Filtering entries by categories Advanced filtering by using AND, OR, and NOT Filtering by time stamp Support for weak ETags Cloud Feeds best practices Best practices for consumers Cloud Feeds Archiving Archiving overview Archiving Configuration API Elements of the Archiving Configuration API Archiving Configuration API service endpoints RBAC Roles for the Archiving Configuration API Configuring Cloud Feeds archiving settings Working with archived feeds Downloading archived feeds Navigating archived feeds RBAC roles for accessing archived feeds Format of archived feeds Archiving Configuration API operations Get archiving preferences Upload archiving preferences iii

4 5. API Operations Cloud Backup Get Feed Get Cloud Backup Event Cloud Big Data Get Feed Get Big Data Event Cloud Block Storage Get Feed Get Cloud Block Storage Event Cloud Databases Get Feed Get Cloud Database Event Feeds User Access Events Get Feed Get User Access Event Cloud Files Get Feed Get Cloud Files Event Cloud Identity Get Feed Get CloudIdentity Event Identity User Access Events Get Feed Get User Access Event Cloud Load Balancers Get Feed Get Cloud Loadbalancers Event Cloud Monitoring Get Feed Get Cloud Monitoring Event Nova User Access Events Get Feed Get User Access Event Cloud Queues Get Feed Get Cloud Queueus Event Cloud Servers Legacy Get Feed Get Cloud Servers Event Get RedHat Enterprise Linux Event Cloud Servers Open Stack Get Feed Get RedHat Enterprise Linux Event iv

5 List of Tables 2.1. RBAC Role Matrix Regionalized service endpoints Attributes for the product event node CADF nodes Elements of the CADF event node Elements of the CADF initiator node Elements of the CADF target node Elements of the CADF attachment node Elements of the CADF observer node Elements of the CADF reason node Elements of the auditdata property Data format in Accept header Explanation of date and time format codes Response codes for subscribers Syntax elements Query parameters Category prefixes Archiving Configuration API resources Archiving Configuration API resources Archiving Configuration API elements Archiving Configuration API endpoints Archiving Configuration API endpoints RBAC Role Matrix Error codes Cloud Files product roles and permissions Multiproduct roles and permissions Archive node in archived feeds Feed Catalog v

6 List of Examples 2.1. curl authenticate request: XML curl authenticate request: JSON Authentication request with multi-factor authentication credentials Retrieve feeds catalog request - XML example Retrieve feeds catalog request - JSON example Retrieve feeds catalog request using basic authentication - XML example Retrieve feeds catalog request using basic authentication - JSON example Retrieve feeds catalog response - XML example Retrieve feeds catalog response - JSON example Atom feed element - XML example Atom feed element - JSON example Atom entry element - XML example Atom entry element - JSON example Atom content element - XML example Atom content element - JSON example Cloud feeds product events - XML example Cloud feeds product events - JSON example User access events - XML example User access events - JSON example Cloud Feeds date and time format example Filtering for multiple categories by using an AND statement Filtering for multiple categories by using an OR statement Filtering for a single category using a NOT statement Filtering for multiple categories using an AND statement Archived feed example - XML Archived feed example - JSON Get archiving preferences: JSON request Get archiving preferences: JSON response Upload archiving preferences: JSON request Upload archiving preferences: JSON response Specifies usage information for the inbound Cloud Backup bandwith, version Specifies the usage information for the outbound Cloud Backup bandwith, version Specifies the periodic license event for Cloud Backup, version Specifies the periodic license event (version 2) for Cloud Backup, version Specifies the Cloud Files storage for Cloud Backup, version Specifies the usage message for a big data cluster, version Specifies the usage message for a big data cluster, version Specifies the usage fields that are specific to Cloud Block Storage related to the snapshot, version Specifies the usage fields specific to Cloud Block Storage that are related to the volume, version Specifies the user fields that are specific to Dbaas, version Specifies the Dbaas-specific user fields, version Specifies the Dbaas-specific user fields, version Specifies the message for a User Access Event Specifies the bandwidth usage information for the Cloud Files account, version vi

7 5.15. Specifies the CDN usage information for the Cloud Files account, version Specifies the storage information for the Cloud Files account, version Specifies the invalidation event for the token, version Specifies the event surrounding the creation of a user token revocation record (TRR) in the Identity system, version Specifies the identity user messages, version Specifies the identity user messages, version Specifies the message for a User Access Event Deletes an event for LbaaS load balancers, version Specifies the health monitor events, version Specifies the system event for the load balancer, version Specifies the LbaaS node events, version Specifies the LbaaS virtual IP events, version Specifies the usage fields for the Cloud Load Balancer, version Specifies the usage fields that are specific to MaaS, version Specifies the MaaS-specific usage fields, version Specifies the message for a User Access Event Specifies the usage message for a queue request count, version Specifies the usage message for queue bandwidth, version Specifies the usage message for slice bandwidth, version Specifies the heartbeat message for hypervisor QBs, version Specifies an image action event, version Specifies a usage event to associate an additional IP with a First Generation Cloud Server, version Specifies a slice action event, version Specifies the usage message for a slice, version Specifies a server down event, version Specifies a server down event, version Specifies the usage message for a Red Hat License, version Specifies the usage message for a Red Hat License, version vii

8 1. Overview Rackspace Cloud Feeds enables customers on the public cloud to access near real-time usage and system events that can be used for analysis, monitoring, and automation. The purpose of this document is explain how to access feeds by using the Rackspace Cloud Feeds API. Cloud Feeds uses the following technologies: Atom Hopper (for more information, see Atom Hopper ) Apache Abdera (for more information, see Apache Abdera) The Atom Publishing Protocol, RFC 5023 (for more information, see RFC 5023) Feed Paging and Archiving, RFC 5005 (for more information, seerc 5005 ) RESTful web services (for more information, see RESTful web services) HTTP/1.1 protocol (for more information, see HTTP/1.1 protocol) JSON and XML data serialization formats (for more information, see JSON and XML) Atom Syndication Format, RFC 4287 (for more information, see JRFC Document change history This version of the guide replaces and obsoletes all previous versions. The most recent changes are described in the following table: Revision Date October 1, Additional resources Summary of Changes Published the initial internal release of the Cloud Feeds API. For information about getting started with the API, see the Cloud Feeds Getting Started at The getting started guide contains a subset of the information that is provided in the Developer guide. All you need to start using Cloud Feeds is the getting started guide, the developer guide, your Rackspace Cloud account, and at least one cloud server. Visit the Product Feedback Forum to tell us what you think about Cloud Feeds. You can also follow Rackspace updates and announcements via Twitter at This API uses standard HTTP/1.1 response codes as documented at Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec10.html Early Access Program Cloud Feeds is currently available through the Cloud Feeds Early Access program. Use of Cloud Feeds is subject to the Test Terms located at Pricing and service level Pricing and service level agreement (SLA) information for Cloud Feeds is as follows: 1

9 Pricing: Currently, Cloud Feeds is available at no cost for Rackspace service administrators who are using the public cloud. SLA: The Cloud Feeds SLA is for publishers and subscribers. The SLA provides a support model that uses Nova as the first product to send events through Cloud Feeds. For detailed information about the number of requests that can be made per role, see Rate limits. Uptime: The uptime goal for Cloud Feeds is percent. If Cloud Feeds is down, all publishers must continue to hold their events until Cloud Feeds is back up. Publishers must queue events for a minimum of two days. 2

10 2. General API information The Cloud Feeds API is implemented using a RESTful web service interface. Like other products in the Rackspace Cloud suite, the Cloud Feeds service shares a common token-based authentication system that enables seamless access among products and services. Note 2.1. Authentication All requests to authenticate against and operate the service are performed by using SSL over HTTP (HTTPS) on TCP port 443. Cloud Feeds provides two methods to authenticate users who want to use the Cloud Feeds API: Authentication by using an authentication token. For more information, see Authenticating by using token-based authentication. Basic Authentication by using a username and API key. For more information, see Authenticating by using basic authentication. Note The examples in this guide on how to use the Cloud Feeds API use token-based authentication Authorization roles required for Cloud Feeds access To read Cloud Feeds data for a single tenant (GET operations), a user must be assigned the cloudfeeds:observer role RBAC permissions cross-reference to Cloud Feeds API operations Role Based Access Control (RBAC) restricts access to the capabilities of Rackspace Cloud services, including the Cloud Feeds API, to authorized users only. RBAC enables Rackspace Cloud customers to specify which account users of their Cloud account have access to which Cloud Feeds API service capabilities, based on roles defined by Rackspace. The following table shows the RBAC role matrix for Cloud Feeds: Table 2.1. RBAC Role Matrix Method Role GET POST admin YES NO 3

11 Method identity:user-admin YES NO observer YES NO cloudfeeds:observer YES NO cloudfeeds:service-admin YES YES any other roles NO NO For more information about RBAC, read the Detailed Permissions Matrix for Cloud Feeds and Permission Matrix for Role-Based Access Control articles on the Rackspace Knowledge Center Rate limits Customers with the cloudfeeds:observer role can perform 10 GET requests per minutes on all feeds they are authorized for Authenticating by using token-based authentication To make calls against the Cloud Feeds API by using an authentication token, you must first generate an authentication token. You provide this token in the X-Auth-Token header in each Cloud Feeds API request. The examples below demonstrate how to use curl to obtain the authentication token and your account number. You must provide both when making subsequent Cloud Feeds API requests when you use token-based authentication. Remember to replace the placeholder names in the following authentication request examples with your information: yourusername Your common Rackspace Cloud username, as supplied during registration. yourapikey Your API access key. You can obtain the key from the Rackspace Cloud Control Panel) by accessing selecting Account Settings from the youraccount menu in the top-right corner of the window. You can use the following endpoint to access the Authentication Service: Notice that you authenticate by using a special URL for the Cloud authentication service. For example, you may use tokens as shown in the following Authenticate Request examples. Note that the v2.0 component in the URL indicates that you are using version 2.0 of the Cloud Authentication API. 4

12 Example 2.1. curl authenticate request: XML curl -i -d \ '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <auth> <apikeycredentials xmlns=" username="yourusername" apikey="yourapikey"/> </auth>' \ -H 'Content-Type: application/xml' \ -H 'Accept: application/xml' \ ' Example 2.2. curl authenticate request: JSON curl -s -X 'POST' \ -d '"auth":"rax-kskey:apikeycredentials":"username":"yourusername", "apikey":"yourapikey"' \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" The authentication token id is returned along with an expires attribute that specifies when the token expires. Note If the authentication response returns a 401 response with a request for additional credentials, your account requires multi-factor authentication. To complete the authentication process, submit a second POST token request with these multi-factor authentication credentials: The session ID value returned in the WWW-Authenticate: OS-MF sessionid header parameter included in the response to the initial authentication request. The passcode from the mobile phone associated with your user account. Example 2.3. Authentication request with multi-factor authentication credentials $curl \ -X POST \ -d '"auth": "RAX-AUTH:passcodeCredentials": "passcode":" "'\ -H "X-SessionId: $SESSION_ID" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" --verbose python -m json.tool For more information, see Multi-factor authentication in the Rackspace Cloud Identity Client Developer. The token, user, and service catalog information that you receive in your responses vary from the examples shown in this document because they are specific to your account. The expires attribute denotes the time after which the token will automatically expire. A token may be manually revoked before the time identified by the expires attribute; expires predicts a token's maximum possible lifespan but does not guarantee that it will reach that lifespan. Clients are encouraged to cache a token until it expires. 5

13 Applications should be designed to re-authenticate after receiving a 401 (Unauthorized) response from a service endpoint. For more detailed authentication instructions and examples, see the Quick Start in the Identity Client Developer. The actual account number is located after the final slash (/) in the publicurl field. You must specify your account number on most of the Cloud Feeds API operations, wherever you see the placeholder tenantid specified in the examples in this guide. A successful authentication request returns the authentication token, as well as the Identity Service catalog in the response Authenticating by using basic authentication In addition to token-based authentication Cloud Feeds also supports basic authentication by using your Rackspace cloud account username and API key. Important Basic authentication cannot be used for making requests against the Archiving Configuration API.. To make a request to the Cloud Feeds API with basic authentication, you need to issue a curl call directly against the requested end point by providing the username and API key directly in the call as shown here: curl -u <username:api-key> -X <method> The following example shows how to retrieve the feeds catalog by using basic authentication: curl -u username:user_api_key X GET net/ The following example show how to retrieve an event by using basic authentication: curl -u username:user_api_key X GET net/usagesummary/bigdata/events 2.2. Identity Service access/endpoints The Identity Service catalog contains a list of product endpoints the user can access. It includes a list of Cloud Feeds endpoints in various regions. The user can use the Cloud Feeds endpoint in a specific region to interact with each individual feed. The user of the service is responsible for appropriate replication, caching, and overall maintenance of Cloud Feeds data across regional boundaries to other Cloud Feeds servers. Note The Identity Service catalog contains a link to the Cloud Feeds service catalog. The Cloud Feeds service catalog lists all available feeds. 6

14 The following table shows the regionalized service endpoints for Cloud Feeds. Table 2.2. Regionalized service endpoints Region Chicago (ORD) Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) Northern Virginia London (LON) Sydney (SYD) Hong Kong (HKG) Endpoint Note Choose the endpoint for the data center where your cloud resources are located. The cloud server that you use must be located in the same data center where your database resides. All examples in this guide assume that you are operating against the DFW data center. If you are using a different datacenter, be sure to use the associated endpoint from the table instead. The endpoints provided in this sections are the base URL for accessing Cloud Feeds. To access actual feeds, you need to provide additional information Feeds catalog You can obtain a list of all the feeds that are available by submitting a GET request against the Cloud Feeds endpoint as shown in the following examples: Example 2.4. Retrieve feeds catalog request - XML example curl -H "X-Auth-Token: authenticationtoken" -X GET /endpointurl/tenantid/ Example 2.5. Retrieve feeds catalog request - JSON example curl H "X-Auth-Token: authenticationtoken" -H "Accept: application/vnd. rackspace.atomsvc+json" -X GET You can also use basic authentication to retrieve a catalog feed by using the following syntax: Example 2.6. Retrieve feeds catalog request using basic authentication - XML example curl -u username:api_key -X GET 7

15 Example 2.7. Retrieve feeds catalog request using basic authentication - JSON example curl -u username:api_key -H "Accept: application/vnd.rackspace.atomsvc+json" -X GET This operation returns a list of supported feeds as shown in the following examples: Example 2.8. Retrieve feeds catalog response - XML example <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <service xmlns=" xmlns:atom=" 2005/Atom"> <workspace> <atom:title>backup_events_obs</atom:title> <collection href=" events/ "> <atom:title>backup_events_obs</atom:title> </collection> </workspace> <workspace> <atom:title>bigdata_events_obs</atom:title> <collection href=" events/ "> <atom:title>bigdata_events_obs</atom:title> </collection> </workspace>... <workspace> <atom:title>ssl_usagesummary_events_obs</atom:title> <collection href=" usagesummary/ssl/events/ "> <atom:title>ssl_usagesummary_events_obs</atom:title> </collection> </workspace> <!-- Generated from schema version > </service> Example 2.9. Retrieve feeds catalog response - JSON example "service": "workspace": [ "collection": "href": " events/ ", "title": "backup_events_obs" "title": "backup_events_obs" "collection": "href": " events/ ", "title": "bigdata_events_obs" "title": "bigdata_events_obs" 8

16 "collection": "href": " usagesummary/ssl/events/ ", "title": "ssl_usagesummary_events_obs" "title": "ssl_usagesummary_events_obs" ] 2.4. Cloud Feeds concepts Cloud Feeds uses AtomPub to publish different types of feeds. Feeds are composed of a number of items called entries. Each entry has an extensible set of attached metadata. AtomPub together with the Atom Syndication Format (ASF) provides a format for implementing web feeds. Web feeds provide users with frequently updated content. AtomPub is based on an HTTP transfer of Atom-formatted representations. The Atom format is documented in the Atom Syndication Format. Cloud Feeds is an open-source AtomPub server for accessing, processing, and aggregating Atom entries. Cloud Feeds was designed to make it easy to build both generalized and specialized persistence mechanisms for Atom XML data, based on the Atom Syndication Format and the Atom Publishing Protocol. Cloud Feeds works the following way: 1. Events are generated by a publisher and added to the database as entries. Events can be usage events, system events or billing events. 2. Entries exist in Cloud Feeds for three days. After that time period they are deleted. To read the official documentation for the Atom Syndication Format, see RFC For more information about AtomPub, visit Container elements An Atom feed consists of a series of container elements, which contain metadata or actual content related to the feed. The Atom Publishing Protocol supports the following container elements: Atom feed element Atom entry element Atom content element Atom feed element An Atom feed element is a representation of an Atom feed, including metadata about the feed, and some or all of the entries associated with it. The Atom Feed element represents the top-level element of an Atom Feed Document. It functions as a container for metadata and data associated with the feed. Its element chil- 9

17 dren consist of metadata elements that are followed by zero or more Atom Entry child elements. Following is an XML example of an entire Atom feed element. Example Atom feed element - XML example <feed xmlns=" <link href=" 1234" rel="current" /> <link href=" 1234" rel="self" /> <id>urn:uuidc fec2-4a39-bd8c-dfe4a </id> <title type="text">functest1/events</title> <link href=" marker=urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814&limit=2&search=& amp;direction=forward" rel="previous"/> <link href=" marker=urn:uuid:6fa234aea93f38c26fa234aea93f38c2&limit=2&search=& amp;direction=backward" rel="next"/> <link href=" marker=last&limit=2&search=&direction=backward" rel="last"/> <updated> t15:10:59.333z</updated> <atom:entry xmlns:atom=" xmlns=" org/2001/xmlschema" xmlns:xsd=" <atom:id>urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814</atom:id> <atom:category term="tid:1234"/> <atom:category term="rgn:dfw"/> <atom:category term="dc:dfw1"/> <atom:category term="rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549"/> <atom:category term="widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:category term="type:widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:title type="text">widget</atom:title> <atom:content type="application/xml"> <event xmlns=" xmlns:sample= " datacenter="dfw1" endtime= " T23:59:59Z" environment="prod" id="e53d007a-fc ccfa6b29bb814" region="dfw" resourceid="4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549" starttime=" t13:51:11z" tenantid="1234" type="usage" version="1"> <sample:product datetime=" t15:32:00z" disabled="false" enumlist="best BEST" label="samplestring" mid= "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66" num_checks="1" resourcetype="widget" servicecode="widget" stringenum="3.0.1" time="15:32:00z" version="1"/> </event> </atom:content> <atom:link href=" events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814" rel="self"/ > <atom:updated> t15:10:39.991z</atom:updated> <atom:published> t15:10:39.991z</atom:published> </atom:entry> <atom:entry xmlns:atom=" xmlns=" org/2001/xmlschema" xmlns:xsd=" <atom:id>urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc23-11e1-975c-cfa6b29bb814</atom:id> <atom:category term="tid:1234"/> <atom:category term="rgn:dfw"/> <atom:category term="dc:dfw1"/> <atom:category term="rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e1-815b-7fcbcf67f549"/> <atom:category term="widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:category term="type:widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> 10

18 <atom:title type="text">widget</atom:title> <atom:content type="application/xml"> <event xmlns=" xmlns:sample= " datacenter="dfw1" endtime= " T23:59:59Z" environment="prod" id="e53d007a-fc23-11e1-975ccfa6b29bb814" region="dfw" resourceid="4a2b42f4-6c63-11e1-815b-7fcbcf67f549" starttime=" t11:51:11z" tenantid="1234" type="usage" version="1"> <sample:product datetime=" t15:32:00z" disabled="false" enumlist="best BEST" label="samplestring" mid= "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66" num_checks="1" resourcetype="widget" servicecode="widget" stringenum="3.0.1" time="15:32:00z" version="1"/> </event> </atom:content> <atom:link href=" events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc23-11e1-975c-cfa6b29bb814" rel="self"/ > <atom:updated> t15:09:41.060z</atom:updated> <atom:published> t15:09:41.060z</atom:published> </atom:entry> </feed> Following is a JSON example of an entire Atom feed element. Example Atom feed element - JSON example "feed": " "entry": [ "category": [ "term": "tid:1234" "term": "rgn:dfw" "term": "dc:dfw1" "term": "rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549" "term": "widget.explicit.widget.usage" "term": "type:widget.explicit.widget.usage" "content": "event": " "datacenter": "DFW1", "endtime": " T23:59:59Z", "environment": "PROD", "id": "e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "product": " explicit", 11

19 "datetime": " T15:32:00Z", "disabled": false, "enumlist": "BEST BEST", "label": "samplestring", "mid": "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66", "num_checks": 1, "resourcetype": "WIDGET", "servicecode": "Widget", "stringenum": "3.0.1", "time": "15:32:00Z", "version": "1" "region": "DFW", "resourceid": "4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549", "starttime": " T13:51:11Z", "tenantid": "1234", "type": "USAGE", "version": "1" "id": "urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "link": [ "href": " functest1/events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "rel": "self" "published": " T15:10:39.991Z", "title": "Widget", "type": "text" "updated": " T15:10:39.991Z" "category": [ "term": "tid:1234" "term": "rgn:dfw" "term": "dc:dfw1" "term": "rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e1-815b-7fcbcf67f549" "term": "widget.explicit.widget.usage" "term": "type:widget.explicit.widget.usage" "content": "event": " "datacenter": "DFW1", 12

20 explicit", "endtime": " T23:59:59Z", "environment": "PROD", "id": "e53d007a-fc23-11e1-975c-cfa6b29bb814", "product": " "datetime": " T15:32:00Z", "disabled": false, "enumlist": "BEST BEST", "label": "samplestring", "mid": "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66", "num_checks": 1, "resourcetype": "WIDGET", "servicecode": "Widget", "stringenum": "3.0.1", "time": "15:32:00Z", "version": "1" "region": "DFW", "resourceid": "4a2b42f4-6c63-11e1-815b-7fcbcf67f549", "starttime": " T11:51:11Z", "tenantid": "1234", "type": "USAGE", "version": "1" "id": "urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc23-11e1-975c-cfa6b29bb814", "link": [ "href": " functest1/events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc23-11e1-975c-cfa6b29bb814", "rel": "self" "published": " T15:09:41.060Z", "title": "Widget", "type": "text" "updated": " T15:09:41.060Z" "id": "urn:uuidc fec2-4a39-bd8c-dfe4a ", "link": [ "href": " events/1234", "rel": "current" "href": " events/1234", "rel": "self" "href": " events/1234?marker=urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814&limit=2& search=&direction=forward", "rel": "previous" 13

21 "href": " events/1234?marker=urn:uuid:6fa234aea93f38c26fa234aea93f38c2&limit=2&search=& direction=backward", "rel": "next" "href": " events/1234?marker=last&limit=2&search=&direction=backward", "rel": "last" "title": "functest1/events", "type": "text" "updated": " T15:10:59.333Z Atom entry element The Atom entry element represents exactly one Atom entry, outside of the context of an Atom feed. It functions as a container for metadata and data associated with the entry. This element can appear as a child of the Atom feed element, or it can appear as the toplevel element of a stand-alone Atom Entry Document. Following is an XML example of an Atom entry element. Example Atom entry element - XML example <atom:entry xmlns:atom=" xmlns=" 2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsd=" <atom:id>urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814</atom:id> <atom:category term="tid:1234"/> <atom:category term="rgn:dfw"/> <atom:category term="dc:dfw1"/> <atom:category term="rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549"/> <atom:category term="widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:category term="type:widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:title type="text">widget</atom:title> <atom:content type="application/xml"> <event xmlns=" xmlns:sample= " datacenter="dfw1" endtime= " T23:59:59Z" environment="prod" id="e53d007a-fc ccfa6b29bb814" region="dfw" resourceid="4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549" starttime=" t13:51:11z" tenantid="1234" type="usage" version="1"> <sample:product datetime=" t15:32:00z" disabled="false" enumlist="best BEST" label="samplestring" mid= "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66" num_checks="1" resourcetype="widget" servicecode="widget" stringenum="3.0.1" time="15:32:00z" version="1"/> </event> </atom:content> <atom:link href=" events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814" rel="self"/ > <atom:updated> t15:10:39.991z</atom:updated> <atom:published> t15:10:39.991z</atom:published> </atom:entry> 14

22 Following is a JSON example of an Atom entry element. Example Atom entry element - JSON example "entry": " "category": [ "term": "tid:1234" "term": "rgn:dfw" "term": "dc:dfw1" "term": "rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549" "term": "widget.explicit.widget.usage" "term": "type:widget.explicit.widget.usage" "content": "event": " "datacenter": "DFW1", "endtime": " T23:59:59Z", "environment": "PROD", "id": "e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "product": " explicit", "datetime": " T15:32:00Z", "disabled": false, "enumlist": "BEST BEST", "label": "samplestring", "mid": "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66", "num_checks": 1, "resourcetype": "WIDGET", "servicecode": "Widget", "stringenum": "3.0.1", "time": "15:32:00Z", "version": "1" "region": "DFW", "resourceid": "4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549", "starttime": " T13:51:11Z", "tenantid": "1234", "type": "USAGE", "version": "1" "id": "urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "link": [ 15

23 "href": " events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "rel": "self" "published": " T15:10:39.991Z", "title": "Widget", "type": "text" "updated": " T15:10:39.991Z" Atom content element The Atom content element either contains or links to the content of an entry. The type attribute specifies the MIME media type. If no type attribute is present, the content is treated as text. Following is an XML example of an Atom content element. Example Atom content element - XML example <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <content type="application/xml" xmlns=" xmlns:cbstore=" <event datacenter="dfw1" endtime=" t10:19:52z" environment="prod" id="8d89673c-c989-11e1-895a-0b3d632a8a89" region="dfw" resourceid="3863d42a-ec9a-11e1-8e12-df8baa3ca440" starttime=" t10:19:52z" tenantid="1234" type="usage" version="1"> <cb-store:product resourcetype="agent" serverid="9445" servicecode="cloudbackup" storage=" " version="1" /> </event> </content> Following is a JSON example of an Atom content element. Example Atom content element - JSON example "content": "event": " "datacenter": "DFW1", "endtime": " T10:19:52Z", "environment": "PROD", "id": "8d89673c-c989-11e1-895a-0b3d632a8a89", "product": 16

24 storage", Cloud Feeds events " "resourcetype": "AGENT", "serverid": "9445", "servicecode": "CloudBackup", "storage": , "version": "1" "region": "DFW", "resourceid": "3863d42a-ec9a-11e1-8e12-df8baa3ca440", "starttime": " T10:19:52Z", "tenantid": "1234", "type": "USAGE", "version": "1" This section describes the event types that are supported by Cloud Feeds and where they are placed in a feed. Cloud Feeds supports the following event types: Cloud Feeds Product events User access events using the CADF standard Cloud Feeds Product events Cloud Feeds supports product events that contain information that is specific to a certain product. Product events are located in the event node as shown in the following examples. Example Cloud feeds product events - XML example <atom:entry xmlns:atom=" xmlns=" 2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsd=" <atom:id>urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814</atom:id> <atom:category term="tid:1234"/> <atom:category term="rgn:dfw"/> <atom:category term="dc:dfw1"/> <atom:category term="rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549"/> <atom:category term="widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:category term="type:widget.explicit.widget.usage"/> <atom:title type="text">widget</atom:title> <atom:content type="application/xml"> <event xmlns=" xmlns:sample= " datacenter="dfw1" endtime= " T23:59:59Z" environment="prod" id="e53d007a-fc ccfa6b29bb814" region="dfw" resourceid="4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549" starttime=" t13:51:11z" tenantid="1234" type="usage" version="1"> <sample:product datetime=" t15:32:00z" disabled="false" enumlist="best BEST" label="samplestring" mid= "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66" num_checks="1" resourcetype="widget" servicecode="widget" stringenum="3.0.1" time="15:32:00z" version="1"/> </event> 17

25 </atom:content> <atom:link href=" events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814" rel="self"/ > <atom:updated> t15:10:39.991z</atom:updated> <atom:published> t15:10:39.991z</atom:published> </atom:entry> Example Cloud feeds product events - JSON example "entry": " "category": [ "term": "tid:1234" "term": "rgn:dfw" "term": "dc:dfw1" "term": "rid:4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549" "term": "widget.explicit.widget.usage" "term": "type:widget.explicit.widget.usage" "content": "event": " "datacenter": "DFW1", "endtime": " T23:59:59Z", "environment": "PROD", "id": "e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "product": " explicit", "datetime": " T15:32:00Z", "disabled": false, "enumlist": "BEST BEST", "label": "samplestring", "mid": "6e8bc430-9c3a-11d c9a66", "num_checks": 1, "resourcetype": "WIDGET", "servicecode": "Widget", "stringenum": "3.0.1", "time": "15:32:00Z", "version": "1" "region": "DFW", "resourceid": "4a2b42f4-6c63-11e2-815b-7fcbcf67f549", "starttime": " T13:51:11Z", "tenantid": "1234", "type": "USAGE", 18

26 "version": "1" "id": "urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "link": [ "href": " events/1234/entries/urn:uuid:e53d007a-fc c-cfa6b29bb814", "rel": "self" "published": " T15:10:39.991Z", "title": "Widget", "type": "text" "updated": " T15:10:39.991Z" The following table shows the attributes for the product event node. Table 2.3. Attributes for the product event node Name datacenter Description Optional. Specifies the data center of the event. If this attribute is not specified, GLOBAL is assumed. GLOBAL implies that the resource is without an assigned data center. endtime Optional. Specifies the time that the event ends. The format must be ISO 8601 format: yyyy-mm-ddthh:mm:ss.sssz (Z designates UTC). For an event of type EX- IST, the starttime and endtime reflect the event duration for the resource instance. The end time is exclusive that is, the event occurred up to, but not during the specified value. The end time must occur after the start time. environment eventtime id referenceid region resourceid resourcename resourceuri rootaction severity starttime Specifies the environment from which the message originated. If this attribute is not specified, PROD is assumed. This attribute is required for events of type USAGE_SNAPSHOT, but is optional for all other event types. Optional. Specifies the time of the event, using ISO 8601 format and UTC. Use this attribute instead of starttime and endtime in cases where the event does not have a range. Required. Specifies the UUID for the event record. This value should be UUID version 1, 2, or 4. For more information, see RFC 4122 at rfc4122. Optional. Specifies a GUID that identifies the event record that this record is updating. This attribute should be used if this event is correcting another event. Specifies the region in which the event is located. If this attribute is not specified, GLOBAL is assumed. GLOBAL implies that the resource is without an assigned region. Specifies the ID of the resource. This attribute is required if the resourcetype attribute is specified in the product node, but is optional otherwise. Optional. Specifies the customer-defined name of the resource. Optional. Specifies a URI that uniquely identifies the resource. Optional. Specifies the action that caused the event. Optional. Specifies the severity of the event. Valid values are INFO, WARNING, and CRITICAL. This is attribute is valid only for system events, not for usage events. Specifies the time that the event starts. The format must be ISO 8601 format: yyyymm-ddthh:mm:ss.sssz (Z designates UTC). The start time is inclusive, which means that the event occurred starting at the start time, not after. This attribute is required for events of type USAGE, but is optional for all other event types. 19

27 Name tenantid type version Description Optional. Specifies the tenant Id of the feeds publisher Required. Specifies the type of event. If one of the existing event types fails to produce any feeds, set this attribute to EXTENDED and add an eventtype attribute to your product schema. Required. Specifies the version of the event record. Note Cloud Feeds evaluates all product events against their XML schemas User access events in CADF Cloud Feeds supports the Cloud Auditing Data Federation (CADF) standard. CADF provides a standard for the submission and retrieval of normative audit event data from cloud providers in the form of customized reports and logs. For more information about CADF, see Cloud Auditing Data Federation. Cloud Feeds defines a set of event types, which take different attributes. The following examples show a user access event that is encoded as a CADF event. The CADF event is located inside the Atom content type element. Example User access events - XML example <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <?atom feed="functest1/events"?> <atom:entry xmlns:atom=" xmlns:xsd=" xmlns=" <atom:id>urn:uuid:6fa234aea93f38c26fa234aea93f38c2</atom:id> <atom:category term="tid:123456" /> <atom:category term="rgn:dfw" /> <atom:category term="dc:dfw1" /> <atom:category term="username:jackhandy" /> <atom:title type="text">useraccessevent</atom:title> <atom:content type="application/xml"> <cadf:event xmlns:cadf=" xmlns:xsi=' xmlns:ua=" id="6fa234aea93f38c26fa234aea93f38c2" eventtype="activity" typeuri=" eventtime=" t13:20:00-05:00" action="create/post" outcome="success"> <cadf:initiator id=" " typeuri="network/node" name= "jackhandy"> <cadf:host address=" " agent="curl/7.8 (i386-redhatlinux-gnu) libcurl 7.8" /> </cadf:initiator> <cadf:target id="x.x.x.x" typeuri="service" name="idm" > <cadf:host address="lon.identity.api.rackspacecloud.com" /> </cadf:target> <cadf:attachments> <cadf:attachment name="auditdata" contenttype="ua:auditdata"> 20

28 <cadf:content> <ua:auditdata version="1"> <ua:region>dfw</ua:region> <ua:datacenter>dfw1</ua:datacenter> <ua:methodlabel>createtoken</ua:methodlabel> <ua:requesturl> rackspacecloud.com/v2.0/tokens</ua:requesturl> <ua:querystring></ua:querystring> <ua:tenantid>123456</ua:tenantid> <ua:responsemessage>ok</ua:responsemessage> <ua:username>jackhandy</ua:username> <ua:roles>xxx</ua:roles> </ua:auditdata> </cadf:content> </cadf:attachment> </cadf:attachments> <cadf:observer id="idm-1-1" name="repose " typeuri= "service/security"> <cadf:host address="repose" /> </cadf:observer> <cadf:reason reasoncode="200" reasontype=" http-status-codes.xml"/> </cadf:event> </atom:content> </atom:entry> Example User access events - JSON example "entry" : : " "id" : "urn:uuid:6fa234aea93f38c26fa234aea93f38c2", "category": [ "term": "tid:123456" "term": "rgn:dfw" "term": "dc:dfw1" "term": "username:jackhandy" "title" : "Identity User Access Event", "content" : "event" : "typeuri" : " "id" : "6fa234aea93f38c26fa234aea93f38c2", "eventtype" : "activity", "eventtime" : " T13:20:00-05:00", "action" : "create/post", "outcome" : "success", "initiator" : "id" : " ", "typeuri" : "network/node", 21

29 7.8" "name" : "jackhandy", "host" : "address" : " ", "agent" : "curl/7.8 (i386-redhat-linux-gnu) libcurl "target" : "id" : "x.x.x.x", "typeuri" : "service", "name" : "IDM", "host" : "address" : "lon.identity.api.rackspacecloud.com" "attachments" : [ "name" : "auditdata", "contenttype" : " cadf/user-access-event/auditdata", "content" : "auditdata" : "region" : "DFW", "datacenter" : "DFW1", "methodlabel" : "createtoken", "requesturl" : " rackspacecloud.com/v2.0/tokens", "querystring" : "", "tenantid" : "123456", "responsemessage" : "OK", "username" : "jackhandy", "roles" : "xxx", "version" : "1" "observer" : "id" : "IDM-1-1", "name" : "repose ", "typeuri" : "service/security", "host" : "address" : "repose" "reason" : "reasoncode" : 200, "reasontype" : " The following table shows the CADF nodes that are specified in cadf.xsd. 22

30 Table 2.4. CADF nodes Name event initiator target attachments attachment observer reason Description Specifies the CADF event node. Contains a set of attributes. For a detailed description of the CADF event attributes, see the "Attributes for CADF event node" table below. Specifies the CADF event initiator. Contains a set of attributes. For a detailed description of the CADF initiator attributes, see the "Attributes for CADF initiator node" table below. Specifies the target. Contains a set of attributes. For a detailed description of the CADF target attributes, see the "Attributes for CADF target node" table below. Specifies an array of extended or domain-specific information about the event or its context. The attachments node contains one or more nodes of type attachment. For a detailed description of the CADF event attributes, see the "Attributes for CADF target node" table below. Specifies the observer. For example, this can be a security provider or a service, such as Repose. Contains a set of attributes. For a detailed description of the CADF event attributes, see the "Attributes for CADF observer node" table below. Contains a domain-specific reason code and policy data that provides an additional level of detail to the outcome value. Contains a set of attributes. For a detailed description of the CADF event attributes, see the "Attributes for CADF reason node" table below. The CADF events are located inside the CADF event node. The following table shows the elements of the CADF event node. Table 2.5. Elements of the CADF event node Element/Attribute id eventtype typeuri eventtime action outcome Description Required. Specifies the identifier for the resource. Required. Specifies the purpose for creating the audit record. Must be set to the value "activity". Required. Specifes the type of the resource that is using the CADF Resource Taxonomy. Must be set to the following URI: " Required. Specifies the time the event occurred or began as seen by the observer. Required. Specifies the type of activity that is described in the event record. Must be set to "read.* create.*" Required. Specifies the outcome or result of the attempted action. Can be either "success" or "failure" The following table shows the elements of the CADF initiator node. Table 2.6. Elements of the CADF initiator node Element/Attribute id typeuri Description Required. Specifies the identifier for the resource. Required. Specifes the type of the resource that is using the CADF Resource Taxonomy. Can have one of the following values: "service/security/account/user" for authorized requests "network/node" for unauthorized requests 23

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