Amazon SQS Webhook
|Region||The Amazon SQS Region.|
|Access Key Id||Access Key Id|
|Secret Access Key||Secret Access Key|
|Queue Path||The path of the receiving queue.|
|Queue Type||The type of the receiving queue.|
|Message Group Id||Optional tag that associates the messages with a specific message group.|
|Message||Default message text.|
| ||The Standard queue offers maximum throughput, best-effort ordering, and |
| ||The FIFO (first-in-first-out) queue guarantees that messages are processed |
Each window status event can produce only one AWS SQS message.
The message is submitted to the specified AWS SQS endpoint using the
POST method with
application/x-www-form-urlencoded content type. The request includes additional AWS headers (
X-Amz-Date) and is signed with AWS Signature Version 4.
The default message template uses the JSON format and includes all fields, including entity and metric metadata.
The response status code and response content is recorded in
atsd.log if the Log Response setting is enabled.
Configure AWS SQS Webhook
Open the Alerts > Outgoing Webhooks page.
Click Create and select the
Fill out the Name, Region, Access Key Id, and Secret Access Key fields.
Enter the Queue Path.
If tests are passing OK, check Enable, click Save.
To test the actual payload, create a sample rule, and enable the
AWS-SQS webhook on the Webhooks tab.