AWS Snowball is a petabyte-scale data transport solution that uses secure devices to transfer large amounts of data between your on-premises data centers and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). The commands described here provide access to the same functionality that is available in the AWS Snowball Management Console, which enables you to create and manage jobs for Snowball and Snowball Edge devices. To transfer data locally with a device, you'll need to use the Snowball client or the Amazon S3 API adapter for Snowball.
The address that you want the Snowball or Snowballs associated with a specific job to be shipped to. Addresses are validated at the time of creation. The address you provide must be located within the serviceable area of your region. Although no individual elements of the
Contains a cluster's state, a cluster's ID, and other important information.
Contains metadata about a specific cluster.
A JSON-formatted object that describes a compatible Amazon Machine Image (AMI). For more information on compatible AMIs, see Using Amazon EC2 Compute Instances in the AWS Snowball Developer Guide.
Defines the real-time status of a Snowball's data transfer while the device is at AWS. This data is only available while a job has a
A JSON-formatted object that contains the IDs for an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), including the Amazon EC2 AMI ID and the Snowball Edge AMI ID. Each AMI has these two IDs to simplify identifying the AMI in both the AWS Cloud and on the device.
The container for the EventTriggerDefinition$EventResourceARN.
Contains job logs. Whenever Snowball is used to import data into or export data out of Amazon S3, you'll have the option of downloading a PDF job report. Job logs are returned as a part of the response syntax of the
For import jobs, the PDF job report becomes available at the end of the import process. For export jobs, your job report typically becomes available while the Snowball for your job part is being delivered to you.
The job report provides you insight into the state of your Amazon S3 data transfer. The report includes details about your job or job part for your records.
For deeper visibility into the status of your transferred objects, you can look at the two associated logs: a success log and a failure log. The logs are saved in comma-separated value (CSV) format, and the name of each log includes the ID of the job or job part that the log describes.
Contains information about a specific job including shipping information, job status, and other important metadata. This information is returned as a part of the response syntax of the
Contains an array of AWS resource objects. Each object represents an Amazon S3 bucket, an AWS Lambda function, or an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) based on Amazon EC2 that is associated with a particular job.
Contains a key range. For export jobs, a
The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) notification settings associated with a specific job. The
When the notification settings are defined during job creation, you can choose to notify based on a specific set of job states using the
A job's shipping information, including inbound and outbound tracking numbers and shipping speed options.
A client for the Amazon Snowball API.
Errors returned by CancelCluster
Errors returned by CancelJob
Errors returned by CreateAddress
Errors returned by CreateCluster
Errors returned by CreateJob
Errors returned by DescribeAddress
Errors returned by DescribeAddresses
Errors returned by DescribeCluster
Errors returned by DescribeJob
Errors returned by GetJobManifest
Errors returned by GetJobUnlockCode
Errors returned by GetSnowballUsage
Errors returned by ListClusterJobs
Errors returned by ListClusters
Errors returned by ListCompatibleImages
Errors returned by ListJobs
Errors returned by UpdateCluster
Errors returned by UpdateJob
Trait representing the capabilities of the Amazon Snowball API. Amazon Snowball clients implement this trait.