Package google.cloud.asset.v1

Index

AssetService

Asset service definition.

AnalyzeIamPolicy

rpc AnalyzeIamPolicy(AnalyzeIamPolicyRequest) returns (AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse)

Analyzes IAM policies to answer which identities have what accesses on which resources.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunning

rpc AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunning(AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunningRequest) returns (Operation)

Analyzes IAM policies asynchronously to answer which identities have what accesses on which resources, and writes the analysis results to a Google Cloud Storage or a BigQuery destination. For Cloud Storage destination, the output format is the JSON format that represents a AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse. This method implements the google.longrunning.Operation, which allows you to track the operation status. We recommend intervals of at least 2 seconds with exponential backoff retry to poll the operation result. The metadata contains the request to help callers to map responses to requests.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

AnalyzeMove

rpc AnalyzeMove(AnalyzeMoveRequest) returns (AnalyzeMoveResponse)

Analyze moving a resource to a specified destination without kicking off the actual move. The analysis is best effort depending on the user's permissions of viewing different hierarchical policies and configurations. The policies and configuration are subject to change before the actual resource migration takes place.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

BatchGetAssetsHistory

rpc BatchGetAssetsHistory(BatchGetAssetsHistoryRequest) returns (BatchGetAssetsHistoryResponse)

Batch gets the update history of assets that overlap a time window. For IAM_POLICY content, this API outputs history when the asset and its attached IAM POLICY both exist. This can create gaps in the output history. Otherwise, this API outputs history with asset in both non-delete or deleted status. If a specified asset does not exist, this API returns an INVALID_ARGUMENT error.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

CreateFeed

rpc CreateFeed(CreateFeedRequest) returns (Feed)

Creates a feed in a parent project/folder/organization to listen to its asset updates.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

DeleteFeed

rpc DeleteFeed(DeleteFeedRequest) returns (Empty)

Deletes an asset feed.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

ExportAssets

rpc ExportAssets(ExportAssetsRequest) returns (Operation)

Exports assets with time and resource types to a given Cloud Storage location/BigQuery table. For Cloud Storage location destinations, the output format is newline-delimited JSON. Each line represents a google.cloud.asset.v1.Asset in the JSON format; for BigQuery table destinations, the output table stores the fields in asset proto as columns. This API implements the google.longrunning.Operation API , which allows you to keep track of the export. We recommend intervals of at least 2 seconds with exponential retry to poll the export operation result. For regular-size resource parent, the export operation usually finishes within 5 minutes.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

GetFeed

rpc GetFeed(GetFeedRequest) returns (Feed)

Gets details about an asset feed.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

ListAssets

rpc ListAssets(ListAssetsRequest) returns (ListAssetsResponse)

Lists assets with time and resource types and returns paged results in response.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

ListFeeds

rpc ListFeeds(ListFeedsRequest) returns (ListFeedsResponse)

Lists all asset feeds in a parent project/folder/organization.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

SearchAllIamPolicies

rpc SearchAllIamPolicies(SearchAllIamPoliciesRequest) returns (SearchAllIamPoliciesResponse)

Searches all IAM policies within the specified scope, such as a project, folder, or organization. The caller must be granted the cloudasset.assets.searchAllIamPolicies permission on the desired scope, otherwise the request will be rejected.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

SearchAllResources

rpc SearchAllResources(SearchAllResourcesRequest) returns (SearchAllResourcesResponse)

Searches all Cloud resources within the specified scope, such as a project, folder, or organization. The caller must be granted the cloudasset.assets.searchAllResources permission on the desired scope, otherwise the request will be rejected.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

UpdateFeed

rpc UpdateFeed(UpdateFeedRequest) returns (Feed)

Updates an asset feed configuration.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunningRequest

A request message for AssetService.AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunning.

Fields
analysis_query

IamPolicyAnalysisQuery

Required. The request query.

output_config

IamPolicyAnalysisOutputConfig

Required. Output configuration indicating where the results will be output to.

AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunningResponse

A response message for AssetService.AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunning.

AnalyzeIamPolicyRequest

A request message for AssetService.AnalyzeIamPolicy.

Fields
analysis_query

IamPolicyAnalysisQuery

Required. The request query.

execution_timeout

Duration

Optional. Amount of time executable has to complete. See JSON representation of Duration.

If this field is set with a value less than the RPC deadline, and the execution of your query hasn't finished in the specified execution timeout, you will get a response with partial result. Otherwise, your query's execution will continue until the RPC deadline. If it's not finished until then, you will get a DEADLINE_EXCEEDED error.

Default is empty.

AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse

A response message for AssetService.AnalyzeIamPolicy.

Fields
main_analysis

IamPolicyAnalysis

The main analysis that matches the original request.

service_account_impersonation_analysis[]

IamPolicyAnalysis

The service account impersonation analysis if [AnalyzeIamPolicyRequest.analyze_service_account_impersonation][] is enabled.

fully_explored

bool

Represents whether all entries in the main_analysis and service_account_impersonation_analysis have been fully explored to answer the query in the request.

IamPolicyAnalysis

An analysis message to group the query and results.

Fields
analysis_query

IamPolicyAnalysisQuery

The analysis query.

analysis_results[]

IamPolicyAnalysisResult

A list of IamPolicyAnalysisResult that matches the analysis query, or empty if no result is found.

fully_explored

bool

Represents whether all entries in the analysis_results have been fully explored to answer the query.

non_critical_errors[]

IamPolicyAnalysisState

A list of non-critical errors happened during the query handling.

AnalyzeMoveRequest

The request message for performing resource move analysis.

Fields
resource

string

Required. Name of the resource to perform the analysis against. Only GCP Project are supported as of today. Hence, this can only be Project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id") or a Project Number (such as "projects/12345").

destination_parent

string

Required. Name of the GCP Folder or Organization to reparent the target resource. The analysis will be performed against hypothetically moving the resource to this specified desitination parent. This can only be a Folder number (such as "folders/123") or an Organization number (such as "organizations/123").

view

AnalysisView

Analysis view indicating what information should be included in the analysis response. If unspecified, the default view is FULL.

AnalysisView

View enum for supporting partial analysis responses.

Enums
ANALYSIS_VIEW_UNSPECIFIED The default/unset value. The API will default to the FULL view.
FULL Full analysis including all level of impacts of the specified resource move.
BASIC Basic analysis only including blockers which will prevent the specified resource move at runtime.

AnalyzeMoveResponse

The response message for resource move analysis.

Fields
move_analysis[]

MoveAnalysis

The list of analyses returned from performing the intended resource move analysis. The analysis is grouped by different Cloud services.

Asset

An asset in Google Cloud. An asset can be any resource in the Google Cloud resource hierarchy, a resource outside the Google Cloud resource hierarchy (such as Google Kubernetes Engine clusters and objects), or a policy (e.g. Cloud IAM policy), or a relationship (e.g. an INSTANCE_TO_INSTANCEGROUP relationship). See Supported asset types for more information.

Fields
update_time

Timestamp

The last update timestamp of an asset. update_time is updated when create/update/delete operation is performed.

name

string

The full name of the asset. Example: //compute.googleapis.com/projects/my_project_123/zones/zone1/instances/instance1

See Resource names for more information.

asset_type

string

The type of the asset. Example: compute.googleapis.com/Disk

See Supported asset types for more information.

resource

Resource

A representation of the resource.

iam_policy

Policy

A representation of the Cloud IAM policy set on a Google Cloud resource. There can be a maximum of one Cloud IAM policy set on any given resource. In addition, Cloud IAM policies inherit their granted access scope from any policies set on parent resources in the resource hierarchy. Therefore, the effectively policy is the union of both the policy set on this resource and each policy set on all of the resource's ancestry resource levels in the hierarchy. See this topic for more information.

org_policy[]

Policy

A representation of an organization policy. There can be more than one organization policy with different constraints set on a given resource.

os_inventory

Inventory

A representation of runtime OS Inventory information. See this topic for more information.

ancestors[]

string

The ancestry path of an asset in Google Cloud resource hierarchy, represented as a list of relative resource names. An ancestry path starts with the closest ancestor in the hierarchy and ends at root. If the asset is a project, folder, or organization, the ancestry path starts from the asset itself.

Example: ["projects/123456789", "folders/5432", "organizations/1234"]

Union field access_context_policy. A representation of an access policy. access_context_policy can be only one of the following:
access_policy

AccessPolicy

Please also refer to the access policy user guide.

access_level

AccessLevel

Please also refer to the access level user guide.

service_perimeter

ServicePerimeter

Please also refer to the service perimeter user guide.

BatchGetAssetsHistoryRequest

Batch get assets history request.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The relative name of the root asset. It can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id")", or a project number (such as "projects/12345").

Authorization requires one or more of the following IAM permissions on the specified resource parent:

  • cloudasset.assets.exportResource
  • cloudasset.assets.exportIamPolicy
asset_names[]

string

A list of the full names of the assets. See: https://cloud.google.com/asset-inventory/docs/resource-name-format Example:

//compute.googleapis.com/projects/my_project_123/zones/zone1/instances/instance1.

The request becomes a no-op if the asset name list is empty, and the max size of the asset name list is 100 in one request.

content_type

ContentType

Optional. The content type.

read_time_window

TimeWindow

Optional. The time window for the asset history. Both start_time and end_time are optional and if set, it must be after the current time minus 35 days. If end_time is not set, it is default to current timestamp. If start_time is not set, the snapshot of the assets at end_time will be returned. The returned results contain all temporal assets whose time window overlap with read_time_window.

BatchGetAssetsHistoryResponse

Batch get assets history response.

Fields
assets[]

TemporalAsset

A list of assets with valid time windows.

BigQueryDestination

A BigQuery destination for exporting assets to.

Fields
dataset

string

Required. The BigQuery dataset in format "projects/projectId/datasets/datasetId", to which the snapshot result should be exported. If this dataset does not exist, the export call returns an INVALID_ARGUMENT error.

table

string

Required. The BigQuery table to which the snapshot result should be written. If this table does not exist, a new table with the given name will be created.

force

bool

If the destination table already exists and this flag is TRUE, the table will be overwritten by the contents of assets snapshot. If the flag is FALSE or unset and the destination table already exists, the export call returns an INVALID_ARGUMEMT error.

partition_spec

PartitionSpec

[partition_spec] determines whether to export to partitioned table(s) and how to partition the data.

If [partition_spec] is unset or [partition_spec.partition_key] is unset or PARTITION_KEY_UNSPECIFIED, the snapshot results will be exported to non-partitioned table(s). [force] will decide whether to overwrite existing table(s).

If [partition_spec] is specified. First, the snapshot results will be written to partitioned table(s) with two additional timestamp columns, readTime and requestTime, one of which will be the partition key. Secondly, in the case when any destination table already exists, it will first try to update existing table's schema as necessary by appending additional columns. Then, if [force] is TRUE, the corresponding partition will be overwritten by the snapshot results (data in different partitions will remain intact); if [force] is unset or FALSE, it will append the data. An error will be returned if the schema update or data appension fails.

separate_tables_per_asset_type

bool

If this flag is TRUE, the snapshot results will be written to one or multiple tables, each of which contains results of one asset type. The [force] and [partition_spec] fields will apply to each of them.

Field [table] will be concatenated with "_" and the asset type names (see https://cloud.google.com/asset-inventory/docs/supported-asset-types for supported asset types) to construct per-asset-type table names, in which all non-alphanumeric characters like "." and "/" will be substituted by "_". Example: if field [table] is "mytable" and snapshot results contain "storage.googleapis.com/Bucket" assets, the corresponding table name will be "mytable_storage_googleapis_com_Bucket". If any of these tables does not exist, a new table with the concatenated name will be created.

When [content_type] in the ExportAssetsRequest is RESOURCE, the schema of each table will include RECORD-type columns mapped to the nested fields in the Asset.resource.data field of that asset type (up to the 15 nested level BigQuery supports (https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/nested-repeated#limitations)). The fields in >15 nested levels will be stored in JSON format string as a child column of its parent RECORD column.

If error occurs when exporting to any table, the whole export call will return an error but the export results that already succeed will persist. Example: if exporting to table_type_A succeeds when exporting to table_type_B fails during one export call, the results in table_type_A will persist and there will not be partial results persisting in a table.

ConditionEvaluation

The Condition evaluation.

Fields
evaluation_value

EvaluationValue

The evaluation result.

EvaluationValue

Value of this expression.

Enums
EVALUATION_VALUE_UNSPECIFIED Reserved for future use.
TRUE The evaluation result is true.
FALSE The evaluation result is false.
CONDITIONAL The evaluation result is conditional when the condition expression contains variables that are either missing input values or have not been supported by Analyzer yet.

ContentType

Asset content type.

Enums
CONTENT_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified content type.
RESOURCE Resource metadata.
IAM_POLICY The actual IAM policy set on a resource.
ORG_POLICY The Cloud Organization Policy set on an asset.
ACCESS_POLICY The Cloud Access context manager Policy set on an asset.
OS_INVENTORY The runtime OS Inventory information.

CreateFeedRequest

Create asset feed request.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The name of the project/folder/organization where this feed should be created in. It can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a folder number (such as "folders/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id")", or a project number (such as "projects/12345").

feed_id

string

Required. This is the client-assigned asset feed identifier and it needs to be unique under a specific parent project/folder/organization.

feed

Feed

Required. The feed details. The field name must be empty and it will be generated in the format of: projects/project_number/feeds/feed_id folders/folder_number/feeds/feed_id organizations/organization_number/feeds/feed_id

DeleteFeedRequest

Fields
name

string

Required. The name of the feed and it must be in the format of: projects/project_number/feeds/feed_id folders/folder_number/feeds/feed_id organizations/organization_number/feeds/feed_id

ExportAssetsRequest

Export asset request.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The relative name of the root asset. This can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id"), or a project number (such as "projects/12345"), or a folder number (such as "folders/123").

Authorization requires one or more of the following IAM permissions on the specified resource parent:

  • cloudasset.assets.exportResource
  • cloudasset.assets.exportIamPolicy
read_time

Timestamp

Timestamp to take an asset snapshot. This can only be set to a timestamp between the current time and the current time minus 35 days (inclusive). If not specified, the current time will be used. Due to delays in resource data collection and indexing, there is a volatile window during which running the same query may get different results.

asset_types[]

string

A list of asset types to take a snapshot for. For example: "compute.googleapis.com/Disk".

Regular expressions are also supported. For example:

  • "compute.googleapis.com.*" snapshots resources whose asset type starts with "compute.googleapis.com".
  • ".*Instance" snapshots resources whose asset type ends with "Instance".
  • ".*Instance.*" snapshots resources whose asset type contains "Instance".

See RE2 for all supported regular expression syntax. If the regular expression does not match any supported asset type, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

If specified, only matching assets will be returned, otherwise, it will snapshot all asset types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types.

content_type

ContentType

Asset content type. If not specified, no content but the asset name will be returned.

output_config

OutputConfig

Required. Output configuration indicating where the results will be output to.

ExportAssetsResponse

The export asset response. This message is returned by the google.longrunning.Operations.GetOperation method in the returned google.longrunning.Operation.response field.

Fields
read_time

Timestamp

Time the snapshot was taken.

output_config

OutputConfig

Output configuration indicating where the results were output to.

output_result

OutputResult

Output result indicating where the assets were exported to. For example, a set of actual Google Cloud Storage object uris where the assets are exported to. The uris can be different from what [output_config] has specified, as the service will split the output object into multiple ones once it exceeds a single Google Cloud Storage object limit.

Feed

An asset feed used to export asset updates to a destinations. An asset feed filter controls what updates are exported. The asset feed must be created within a project, organization, or folder. Supported destinations are: Pub/Sub topics.

Fields
name

string

Required. The format will be projects/{project_number}/feeds/{client-assigned_feed_identifier} or folders/{folder_number}/feeds/{client-assigned_feed_identifier} or organizations/{organization_number}/feeds/{client-assigned_feed_identifier}

The client-assigned feed identifier must be unique within the parent project/folder/organization.

asset_names[]

string

A list of the full names of the assets to receive updates. You must specify either or both of asset_names and asset_types. Only asset updates matching specified asset_names or asset_types are exported to the feed. Example: //compute.googleapis.com/projects/my_project_123/zones/zone1/instances/instance1. See Resource Names for more info.

asset_types[]

string

A list of types of the assets to receive updates. You must specify either or both of asset_names and asset_types. Only asset updates matching specified asset_names or asset_types are exported to the feed. Example: "compute.googleapis.com/Disk"

See this topic for a list of all supported asset types.

content_type

ContentType

Asset content type. If not specified, no content but the asset name and type will be returned.

feed_output_config

FeedOutputConfig

Required. Feed output configuration defining where the asset updates are published to.

condition

Expr

A condition which determines whether an asset update should be published. If specified, an asset will be returned only when the expression evaluates to true. When set, expression field in the Expr must be a valid CEL expression on a TemporalAsset with name temporal_asset. Example: a Feed with expression ("temporal_asset.deleted == true") will only publish Asset deletions. Other fields of Expr are optional.

See our user guide for detailed instructions.

FeedOutputConfig

Output configuration for asset feed destination.

Fields
pubsub_destination

PubsubDestination

Destination on Pub/Sub.

GcsDestination

A Cloud Storage location.

Fields
Union field object_uri. Required. object_uri can be only one of the following:
uri

string

The uri of the Cloud Storage object. It's the same uri that is used by gsutil. Example: "gs://bucket_name/object_name". See Viewing and Editing Object Metadata for more information.

If the specified Cloud Storage object already exists and there is no hold, it will be overwritten with the exported result.

uri_prefix

string

The uri prefix of all generated Cloud Storage objects. Example: "gs://bucket_name/object_name_prefix". Each object uri is in format: "gs://bucket_name/object_name_prefix// and only contains assets for that type. starts from 0. Example: "gs://bucket_name/object_name_prefix/compute.googleapis.com/Disk/0" is the first shard of output objects containing all compute.googleapis.com/Disk assets. An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if file with the same name "gs://bucket_name/object_name_prefix" already exists.

GcsOutputResult

A Cloud Storage output result.

Fields
uris[]

string

List of uris of the Cloud Storage objects. Example: "gs://bucket_name/object_name".

GetFeedRequest

Get asset feed request.

Fields
name

string

Required. The name of the Feed and it must be in the format of: projects/project_number/feeds/feed_id folders/folder_number/feeds/feed_id organizations/organization_number/feeds/feed_id

IamPolicyAnalysisOutputConfig

Output configuration for export IAM policy analysis destination.

Fields
Union field destination. IAM policy analysis export destination. destination can be only one of the following:
gcs_destination

GcsDestination

Destination on Cloud Storage.

bigquery_destination

BigQueryDestination

Destination on BigQuery.

BigQueryDestination

A BigQuery destination.

Fields
dataset

string

Required. The BigQuery dataset in format "projects/projectId/datasets/datasetId", to which the analysis results should be exported. If this dataset does not exist, the export call will return an INVALID_ARGUMENT error.

table_prefix

string

Required. The prefix of the BigQuery tables to which the analysis results will be written. Tables will be created based on this table_prefix if not exist: * _analysis table will contain export operation's metadata. * _analysis_result will contain all the IamPolicyAnalysisResult. When [partition_key] is specified, both tables will be partitioned based on the [partition_key].

partition_key

PartitionKey

The partition key for BigQuery partitioned table.

write_disposition

string

Optional. Specifies the action that occurs if the destination table or partition already exists. The following values are supported:

  • WRITE_TRUNCATE: If the table or partition already exists, BigQuery overwrites the entire table or all the partitions data.
  • WRITE_APPEND: If the table or partition already exists, BigQuery appends the data to the table or the latest partition.
  • WRITE_EMPTY: If the table already exists and contains data, an error is returned.

The default value is WRITE_APPEND. Each action is atomic and only occurs if BigQuery is able to complete the job successfully. Details are at https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/loading-data-local#appending_to_or_overwriting_a_table_using_a_local_file.

PartitionKey

This enum determines the partition key column for the bigquery tables. Partitioning can improve query performance and reduce query cost by filtering partitions. Refer to https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/partitioned-tables for details.

Enums
PARTITION_KEY_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified partition key. Tables won't be partitioned using this option.
REQUEST_TIME The time when the request is received. If specified as partition key, the result table(s) is partitoned by the RequestTime column, an additional timestamp column representing when the request was received.

GcsDestination

A Cloud Storage location.

Fields
uri

string

Required. The uri of the Cloud Storage object. It's the same uri that is used by gsutil. Example: "gs://bucket_name/object_name". See Viewing and Editing Object Metadata for more information.

If the specified Cloud Storage object already exists and there is no hold, it will be overwritten with the analysis result.

IamPolicyAnalysisQuery

IAM policy analysis query message.

Fields
scope

string

Required. The relative name of the root asset. Only resources and IAM policies within the scope will be analyzed.

This can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a folder number (such as "folders/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id"), or a project number (such as "projects/12345").

To know how to get organization id, visit here .

To know how to get folder or project id, visit here .

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource scope:

  • cloudasset.assets.analyzeIamPolicy
resource_selector

ResourceSelector

Optional. Specifies a resource for analysis.

identity_selector

IdentitySelector

Optional. Specifies an identity for analysis.

access_selector

AccessSelector

Optional. Specifies roles or permissions for analysis. This is optional.

options

Options

Optional. The query options.

condition_context

ConditionContext

Optional. The hypothetical context for IAM conditions evaluation.

AccessSelector

Specifies roles and/or permissions to analyze, to determine both the identities possessing them and the resources they control. If multiple values are specified, results will include roles or permissions matching any of them. The total number of roles and permissions should be equal or less than 10.

Fields
roles[]

string

Optional. The roles to appear in result.

permissions[]

string

Optional. The permissions to appear in result.

ConditionContext

The IAM conditions context.

Fields
access_time

Timestamp

The hypothetical access timestamp to evaluate IAM conditions. Note that this value must not be earlier than the current time; otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

IdentitySelector

Specifies an identity for which to determine resource access, based on roles assigned either directly to them or to the groups they belong to, directly or indirectly.

Fields
identity

string

Required. The identity appear in the form of members in IAM policy binding.

The examples of supported forms are: "user:mike@example.com", "group:admins@example.com", "domain:google.com", "serviceAccount:my-project-id@appspot.gserviceaccount.com".

Notice that wildcard characters (such as * and ?) are not supported. You must give a specific identity.

Options

Contains query options.

Fields
expand_groups

bool

Optional. If true, the identities section of the result will expand any Google groups appearing in an IAM policy binding.

If IamPolicyAnalysisQuery.identity_selector is specified, the identity in the result will be determined by the selector, and this flag is not allowed to set.

Default is false.

expand_roles

bool

Optional. If true, the access section of result will expand any roles appearing in IAM policy bindings to include their permissions.

If IamPolicyAnalysisQuery.access_selector is specified, the access section of the result will be determined by the selector, and this flag is not allowed to set.

Default is false.

expand_resources

bool

Optional. If true and IamPolicyAnalysisQuery.resource_selector is not specified, the resource section of the result will expand any resource attached to an IAM policy to include resources lower in the resource hierarchy.

For example, if the request analyzes for which resources user A has permission P, and the results include an IAM policy with P on a GCP folder, the results will also include resources in that folder with permission P.

If true and IamPolicyAnalysisQuery.resource_selector is specified, the resource section of the result will expand the specified resource to include resources lower in the resource hierarchy. Only project or lower resources are supported. Folder and organization resource cannot be used together with this option.

For example, if the request analyzes for which users have permission P on a GCP project with this option enabled, the results will include all users who have permission P on that project or any lower resource.

Default is false.

output_resource_edges

bool

Optional. If true, the result will output resource edges, starting from the policy attached resource, to any expanded resources. Default is false.

output_group_edges

bool

Optional. If true, the result will output group identity edges, starting from the binding's group members, to any expanded identities. Default is false.

analyze_service_account_impersonation

bool

Optional. If true, the response will include access analysis from identities to resources via service account impersonation. This is a very expensive operation, because many derived queries will be executed. We highly recommend you use AssetService.AnalyzeIamPolicyLongrunning rpc instead.

For example, if the request analyzes for which resources user A has permission P, and there's an IAM policy states user A has iam.serviceAccounts.getAccessToken permission to a service account SA, and there's another IAM policy states service account SA has permission P to a GCP folder F, then user A potentially has access to the GCP folder F. And those advanced analysis results will be included in AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse.service_account_impersonation_analysis.

Another example, if the request analyzes for who has permission P to a GCP folder F, and there's an IAM policy states user A has iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission to a service account SA, and there's another IAM policy states service account SA has permission P to the GCP folder F, then user A potentially has access to the GCP folder F. And those advanced analysis results will be included in AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse.service_account_impersonation_analysis.

Default is false.

ResourceSelector

Specifies the resource to analyze for access policies, which may be set directly on the resource, or on ancestors such as organizations, folders or projects.

Fields
full_resource_name

string

Required. The full resource name of a resource of supported resource types.

IamPolicyAnalysisResult

IAM Policy analysis result, consisting of one IAM policy binding and derived access control lists.

Fields
attached_resource_full_name

string

The full resource name of the resource to which the iam_binding policy attaches.

iam_binding

Binding

The Cloud IAM policy binding under analysis.

access_control_lists[]

AccessControlList

The access control lists derived from the iam_binding that match or potentially match resource and access selectors specified in the request.

identity_list

IdentityList

The identity list derived from members of the iam_binding that match or potentially match identity selector specified in the request.

fully_explored

bool

Represents whether all analyses on the iam_binding have successfully finished.

Access

An IAM role or permission under analysis.

Fields
analysis_state

IamPolicyAnalysisState

The analysis state of this access.

Union field oneof_access.

oneof_access can be only one of the following:

role

string

The role.

permission

string

The permission.

AccessControlList

An access control list, derived from the above IAM policy binding, which contains a set of resources and accesses. May include one item from each set to compose an access control entry.

NOTICE that there could be multiple access control lists for one IAM policy binding. The access control lists are created based on resource and access combinations.

For example, assume we have the following cases in one IAM policy binding: - Permission P1 and P2 apply to resource R1 and R2; - Permission P3 applies to resource R2 and R3;

This will result in the following access control lists: - AccessControlList 1: [R1, R2], [P1, P2] - AccessControlList 2: [R2, R3], [P3]

Fields
resources[]

Resource

The resources that match one of the following conditions: - The resource_selector, if it is specified in request; - Otherwise, resources reachable from the policy attached resource.

accesses[]

Access

The accesses that match one of the following conditions: - The access_selector, if it is specified in request; - Otherwise, access specifiers reachable from the policy binding's role.

resource_edges[]

Edge

Resource edges of the graph starting from the policy attached resource to any descendant resources. The Edge.source_node contains the full resource name of a parent resource and Edge.target_node contains the full resource name of a child resource. This field is present only if the output_resource_edges option is enabled in request.

condition_evaluation

ConditionEvaluation

Condition evaluation for this AccessControlList, if there is a condition defined in the above IAM policy binding.

Edge

A directional edge.

Fields
source_node

string

The source node of the edge. For example, it could be a full resource name for a resource node or an email of an identity.

target_node

string

The target node of the edge. For example, it could be a full resource name for a resource node or an email of an identity.

Identity

An identity under analysis.

Fields
name

string

The identity name in any form of members appear in IAM policy binding, such as: - user:foo@google.com - group:group1@google.com - serviceAccount:s1@prj1.iam.gserviceaccount.com - projectOwner:some_project_id - domain:google.com - allUsers - etc.

analysis_state

IamPolicyAnalysisState

The analysis state of this identity.

IdentityList

The identities and group edges.

Fields
identities[]

Identity

Only the identities that match one of the following conditions will be presented: - The identity_selector, if it is specified in request; - Otherwise, identities reachable from the policy binding's members.

group_edges[]

Edge

Group identity edges of the graph starting from the binding's group members to any node of the identities. The Edge.source_node contains a group, such as group:parent@google.com. The Edge.target_node contains a member of the group, such as group:child@google.com or user:foo@google.com. This field is present only if the output_group_edges option is enabled in request.

Resource

A Google Cloud resource under analysis.

Fields
full_resource_name

string

The full resource name

analysis_state

IamPolicyAnalysisState

The analysis state of this resource.

IamPolicyAnalysisState

Represents the detailed state of an entity under analysis, such as a resource, an identity or an access.

Fields
code

Code

The Google standard error code that best describes the state. For example: - OK means the analysis on this entity has been successfully finished; - PERMISSION_DENIED means an access denied error is encountered; - DEADLINE_EXCEEDED means the analysis on this entity hasn't been started in time;

cause

string

The human-readable description of the cause of failure.

IamPolicySearchResult

A result of IAM Policy search, containing information of an IAM policy.

Fields
resource

string

The full resource name of the resource associated with this IAM policy. Example: //compute.googleapis.com/projects/my_project_123/zones/zone1/instances/instance1. See Cloud Asset Inventory Resource Name Format for more information.

To search against the resource:

  • use a field query. Example: resource:organizations/123
project

string

The project that the associated GCP resource belongs to, in the form of projects/{PROJECT_NUMBER}. If an IAM policy is set on a resource (like VM instance, Cloud Storage bucket), the project field will indicate the project that contains the resource. If an IAM policy is set on a folder or orgnization, this field will be empty.

To search against the project:

  • specify the scope field as this project in your search request.
policy

Policy

The IAM policy directly set on the given resource. Note that the original IAM policy can contain multiple bindings. This only contains the bindings that match the given query. For queries that don't contain a constrain on policies (e.g., an empty query), this contains all the bindings.

To search against the policy bindings:

  • use a field query:
    • query by the policy contained members. Example: policy:amy@gmail.com
    • query by the policy contained roles. Example: policy:roles/compute.admin
    • query by the policy contained roles' included permissions. Example: policy.role.permissions:compute.instances.create
explanation

Explanation

Explanation about the IAM policy search result. It contains additional information to explain why the search result matches the query.

Explanation

Explanation about the IAM policy search result.

Fields
matched_permissions

map<string, Permissions>

The map from roles to their included permissions that match the permission query (i.e., a query containing policy.role.permissions:). Example: if query policy.role.permissions:compute.disk.get matches a policy binding that contains owner role, the matched_permissions will be {"roles/owner": ["compute.disk.get"]}. The roles can also be found in the returned policy bindings. Note that the map is populated only for requests with permission queries.

Permissions

IAM permissions

Fields
permissions[]

string

A list of permissions. A sample permission string: compute.disk.get.

ListAssetsRequest

ListAssets request.

Fields
parent

string

Required. Name of the organization or project the assets belong to. Format: "organizations/[organization-number]" (such as "organizations/123"), "projects/[project-id]" (such as "projects/my-project-id"), or "projects/[project-number]" (such as "projects/12345").

Authorization requires one or more of the following IAM permissions on the specified resource parent:

  • cloudasset.assets.listResource
  • cloudasset.assets.listIamPolicy
read_time

Timestamp

Timestamp to take an asset snapshot. This can only be set to a timestamp between the current time and the current time minus 35 days (inclusive). If not specified, the current time will be used. Due to delays in resource data collection and indexing, there is a volatile window during which running the same query may get different results.

asset_types[]

string

A list of asset types to take a snapshot for. For example: "compute.googleapis.com/Disk".

Regular expression is also supported. For example:

  • "compute.googleapis.com.*" snapshots resources whose asset type starts with "compute.googleapis.com".
  • ".*Instance" snapshots resources whose asset type ends with "Instance".
  • ".*Instance.*" snapshots resources whose asset type contains "Instance".

See RE2 for all supported regular expression syntax. If the regular expression does not match any supported asset type, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

If specified, only matching assets will be returned, otherwise, it will snapshot all asset types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types.

content_type

ContentType

Asset content type. If not specified, no content but the asset name will be returned.

page_size

int32

The maximum number of assets to be returned in a single response. Default is 100, minimum is 1, and maximum is 1000.

page_token

string

The next_page_token returned from the previous ListAssetsResponse, or unspecified for the first ListAssetsRequest. It is a continuation of a prior ListAssets call, and the API should return the next page of assets.

ListAssetsResponse

ListAssets response.

Fields
read_time

Timestamp

Time the snapshot was taken.

assets[]

Asset

Assets.

next_page_token

string

Token to retrieve the next page of results. It expires 72 hours after the page token for the first page is generated. Set to empty if there are no remaining results.

ListFeedsRequest

List asset feeds request.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The parent project/folder/organization whose feeds are to be listed. It can only be using project/folder/organization number (such as "folders/12345")", or a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id").

ListFeedsResponse

Fields
feeds[]

Feed

A list of feeds.

MoveAnalysis

A message to group the analysis information.

Fields
display_name

string

The user friendly display name of the analysis. E.g. IAM, Organization Policy etc.

Union field result.

result can be only one of the following:

analysis

MoveAnalysisResult

Analysis result of moving the target resource.

error

Status

Description of error encountered when performing the analysis.

MoveAnalysisResult

An analysis result including blockers and warnings.

Fields
blockers[]

MoveImpact

Blocking information that would prevent the target resource from moving to the specified destination at runtime.

warnings[]

MoveImpact

Warning information indicating that moving the target resource to the specified destination might be unsafe. This can include important policy information and configuration changes, but will not block moves at runtime.

MoveImpact

A message to group impacts of moving the target resource.

Fields
detail

string

User friendly impact detail in a free form message.

OutputConfig

Output configuration for export assets destination.

Fields
Union field destination. Asset export destination. destination can be only one of the following:
gcs_destination

GcsDestination

Destination on Cloud Storage.

bigquery_destination

BigQueryDestination

Destination on BigQuery. The output table stores the fields in asset proto as columns in BigQuery.

OutputResult

Output result of export assets.

Fields
gcs_result

GcsOutputResult

Export result on Cloud Storage.

PartitionSpec

Specifications of BigQuery partitioned table as export destination.

Fields
partition_key

PartitionKey

The partition key for BigQuery partitioned table.

PartitionKey

This enum is used to determine the partition key column when exporting assets to BigQuery partitioned table(s). Note that, if the partition key is a timestamp column, the actual partition is based on its date value (expressed in UTC. see details in https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/partitioned-tables#date_timestamp_partitioned_tables).

Enums
PARTITION_KEY_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified partition key. If used, it means using non-partitioned table.
READ_TIME The time when the snapshot is taken. If specified as partition key, the result table(s) is partitoned by the additional timestamp column, readTime. If [read_time] in ExportAssetsRequest is specified, the readTime column's value will be the same as it. Otherwise, its value will be the current time that is used to take the snapshot.
REQUEST_TIME The time when the request is received and started to be processed. If specified as partition key, the result table(s) is partitoned by the requestTime column, an additional timestamp column representing when the request was received.

PubsubDestination

A Pub/Sub destination.

Fields
topic

string

The name of the Pub/Sub topic to publish to. Example: projects/PROJECT_ID/topics/TOPIC_ID.

Resource

A representation of a Google Cloud resource.

Fields
version

string

The API version. Example: v1

discovery_document_uri

string

The URL of the discovery document containing the resource's JSON schema. Example: https://www.googleapis.com/discovery/v1/apis/compute/v1/rest

This value is unspecified for resources that do not have an API based on a discovery document, such as Cloud Bigtable.

discovery_name

string

The JSON schema name listed in the discovery document. Example: Project

This value is unspecified for resources that do not have an API based on a discovery document, such as Cloud Bigtable.

resource_url

string

The REST URL for accessing the resource. An HTTP GET request using this URL returns the resource itself. Example: https://cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com/v1/projects/my-project-123

This value is unspecified for resources without a REST API.

parent

string

The full name of the immediate parent of this resource. See Resource Names for more information.

For Google Cloud assets, this value is the parent resource defined in the Cloud IAM policy hierarchy. Example: //cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com/projects/my_project_123

For third-party assets, this field may be set differently.

data

Struct

The content of the resource, in which some sensitive fields are removed and may not be present.

location

string

The location of the resource in Google Cloud, such as its zone and region. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/.

ResourceSearchResult

A result of Resource Search, containing information of a cloud resource.

Fields
name

string

The full resource name of this resource. Example: //compute.googleapis.com/projects/my_project_123/zones/zone1/instances/instance1. See Cloud Asset Inventory Resource Name Format for more information.

To search against the name:

  • use a field query. Example: name:instance1
  • use a free text query. Example: instance1
asset_type

string

The type of this resource. Example: compute.googleapis.com/Disk.

To search against the asset_type:

  • specify the asset_type field in your search request.
project

string

The project that this resource belongs to, in the form of projects/{PROJECT_NUMBER}. This field is available when the resource belongs to a project.

To search against project:

  • use a field query. Example: project:12345
  • use a free text query. Example: 12345
  • specify the scope field as this project in your search request.
folders[]

string

The folder(s) that this resource belongs to, in the form of folders/{FOLDER_NUMBER}. This field is available when the resource belongs to one or more folders.

To search against folders:

  • use a field query. Example: folders:(123 OR 456)
  • use a free text query. Example: 123
  • specify the scope field as this folder in your search request.
organization

string

The organization that this resource belongs to, in the form of organizations/{ORGANIZATION_NUMBER}. This field is available when the resource belongs to an organization.

To search against organization:

  • use a field query. Example: organization:123
  • use a free text query. Example: 123
  • specify the scope field as this organization in your search request.
display_name

string

The display name of this resource. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against the display_name:

  • use a field query. Example: displayName:"My Instance"
  • use a free text query. Example: "My Instance"
description

string

One or more paragraphs of text description of this resource. Maximum length could be up to 1M bytes. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against the description:

  • use a field query. Example: description:"important instance"
  • use a free text query. Example: "important instance"
location

string

Location can be global, regional like us-east1, or zonal like us-west1-b. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against the location:

  • use a field query. Example: location:us-west*
  • use a free text query. Example: us-west*
labels

map<string, string>

Labels associated with this resource. See Labelling and grouping GCP resources for more information. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against the labels:

  • use a field query:
    • query on any label's key or value. Example: labels:prod
    • query by a given label. Example: labels.env:prod
    • query by a given label's existence. Example: labels.env:*
  • use a free text query. Example: prod
network_tags[]

string

Network tags associated with this resource. Like labels, network tags are a type of annotations used to group GCP resources. See Labelling GCP resources for more information. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against the network_tags:

  • use a field query. Example: networkTags:internal
  • use a free text query. Example: internal
kms_key

string

The Cloud KMS CryptoKey name or CryptoKeyVersion name. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against the kms_key:

  • use a field query. Example: kmsKey:key
  • use a free text query. Example: key
create_time

Timestamp

The create timestamp of this resource, at which the resource was created. The granularity is in seconds. Timestamp.nanos will always be 0. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against create_time:

  • use a field query.
    • value in seconds since unix epoch. Example: createTime > 1609459200
    • value in date string. Example: createTime > 2021-01-01
    • value in date-time string (must be quoted). Example: createTime > "2021-01-01T00:00:00"
update_time

Timestamp

The last update timestamp of this resource, at which the resource was last modified or deleted. The granularity is in seconds. Timestamp.nanos will always be 0. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

To search against update_time:

  • use a field query.
    • value in seconds since unix epoch. Example: updateTime < 1609459200
    • value in date string. Example: updateTime < 2021-01-01
    • value in date-time string (must be quoted). Example: updateTime < "2021-01-01T00:00:00"
state

string

The state of this resource. Different resources types have different state definitions that are mapped from various fields of different resource types. This field is available only when the resource's proto contains it.

Example: If the resource is an instance provided by Compute Engine, its state will include PROVISIONING, STAGING, RUNNING, STOPPING, SUSPENDING, SUSPENDED, REPAIRING, and TERMINATED. See status definition in API Reference. If the resource is a project provided by Cloud Resource Manager, its state will include LIFECYCLE_STATE_UNSPECIFIED, ACTIVE, DELETE_REQUESTED and DELETE_IN_PROGRESS. See lifecycleState definition in API Reference.

To search against the state:

  • use a field query. Example: state:RUNNING
  • use a free text query. Example: RUNNING
additional_attributes

Struct

The additional searchable attributes of this resource. The attributes may vary from one resource type to another. Examples: projectId for Project, dnsName for DNS ManagedZone. This field contains a subset of the resource metadata fields that are returned by the List or Get APIs provided by the corresponding GCP service (e.g., Compute Engine). see API references and supported searchable attributes to see which fields are included.

You can search values of these fields through free text search. However, you should not consume the field programically as the field names and values may change as the GCP service updates to a new incompatible API version.

To search against the additional_attributes:

  • use a free text query to match the attributes values. Example: to search additional_attributes = { dnsName: "foobar" }, you can issue a query foobar.
parent_full_resource_name

string

The full resource name of this resource's parent, if it has one. To search against the parent_full_resource_name:

  • use a field query. Example: parentFullResourceName:"project-name"
  • use a free text query. Example: project-name
parent_asset_type

string

The type of this resource's immediate parent, if there is one.

To search against the parent_asset_type:

  • use a field query. Example: parentAssetType:"cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com/Project"
  • use a free text query. Example: cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com/Project

SearchAllIamPoliciesRequest

Search all IAM policies request.

Fields
scope

string

Required. A scope can be a project, a folder, or an organization. The search is limited to the IAM policies within the scope. The caller must be granted the cloudasset.assets.searchAllIamPolicies permission on the desired scope.

The allowed values are:

  • projects/{PROJECT_ID} (e.g., "projects/foo-bar")
  • projects/{PROJECT_NUMBER} (e.g., "projects/12345678")
  • folders/{FOLDER_NUMBER} (e.g., "folders/1234567")
  • organizations/{ORGANIZATION_NUMBER} (e.g., "organizations/123456")

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource scope:

  • cloudasset.assets.searchAllIamPolicies
query

string

Optional. The query statement. See how to construct a query for more information. If not specified or empty, it will search all the IAM policies within the specified scope. Note that the query string is compared against each Cloud IAM policy binding, including its members, roles, and Cloud IAM conditions. The returned Cloud IAM policies will only contain the bindings that match your query. To learn more about the IAM policy structure, see IAM policy doc.

Examples:

  • policy:amy@gmail.com to find IAM policy bindings that specify user "amy@gmail.com".
  • policy:roles/compute.admin to find IAM policy bindings that specify the Compute Admin role.
  • policy:comp* to find IAM policy bindings that contain "comp" as a prefix of any word in the binding.
  • policy.role.permissions:storage.buckets.update to find IAM policy bindings that specify a role containing "storage.buckets.update" permission. Note that if callers don't have iam.roles.get access to a role's included permissions, policy bindings that specify this role will be dropped from the search results.
  • policy.role.permissions:upd* to find IAM policy bindings that specify a role containing "upd" as a prefix of any word in the role permission. Note that if callers don't have iam.roles.get access to a role's included permissions, policy bindings that specify this role will be dropped from the search results.
  • resource:organizations/123456 to find IAM policy bindings that are set on "organizations/123456".
  • resource=//cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com/projects/myproject to find IAM policy bindings that are set on the project named "myproject".
  • Important to find IAM policy bindings that contain "Important" as a word in any of the searchable fields (except for the included permissions).
  • resource:(instance1 OR instance2) policy:amy to find IAM policy bindings that are set on resources "instance1" or "instance2" and also specify user "amy".
page_size

int32

Optional. The page size for search result pagination. Page size is capped at 500 even if a larger value is given. If set to zero, server will pick an appropriate default. Returned results may be fewer than requested. When this happens, there could be more results as long as next_page_token is returned.

page_token

string

Optional. If present, retrieve the next batch of results from the preceding call to this method. page_token must be the value of next_page_token from the previous response. The values of all other method parameters must be identical to those in the previous call.

SearchAllIamPoliciesResponse

Search all IAM policies response.

Fields
results[]

IamPolicySearchResult

A list of IamPolicy that match the search query. Related information such as the associated resource is returned along with the policy.

next_page_token

string

Set if there are more results than those appearing in this response; to get the next set of results, call this method again, using this value as the page_token.

SearchAllResourcesRequest

Search all resources request.

Fields
scope

string

Required. A scope can be a project, a folder, or an organization. The search is limited to the resources within the scope. The caller must be granted the cloudasset.assets.searchAllResources permission on the desired scope.

The allowed values are:

  • projects/{PROJECT_ID} (e.g., "projects/foo-bar")
  • projects/{PROJECT_NUMBER} (e.g., "projects/12345678")
  • folders/{FOLDER_NUMBER} (e.g., "folders/1234567")
  • organizations/{ORGANIZATION_NUMBER} (e.g., "organizations/123456")

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource scope:

  • cloudasset.assets.searchAllResources
query

string

Optional. The query statement. See how to construct a query for more information. If not specified or empty, it will search all the resources within the specified scope.

Examples:

  • name:Important to find Cloud resources whose name contains "Important" as a word.
  • name=Important to find the Cloud resource whose name is exactly "Important".
  • displayName:Impor* to find Cloud resources whose display name contains "Impor" as a prefix of any word in the field.
  • location:us-west* to find Cloud resources whose location contains both "us" and "west" as prefixes.
  • labels:prod to find Cloud resources whose labels contain "prod" as a key or value.
  • labels.env:prod to find Cloud resources that have a label "env" and its value is "prod".
  • labels.env:* to find Cloud resources that have a label "env".
  • kmsKey:key to find Cloud resources encrypted with a customer-managed encryption key whose name contains the word "key".
  • state:ACTIVE to find Cloud resources whose state contains "ACTIVE" as a word.
  • NOT state:ACTIVE to find Cloud resources whose state doesn't contain "ACTIVE" as a word.
  • createTime<1609459200 to find Cloud resources that were created before "2021-01-01 00:00:00 UTC". 1609459200 is the epoch timestamp of "2021-01-01 00:00:00 UTC" in seconds.
  • updateTime>1609459200 to find Cloud resources that were updated after "2021-01-01 00:00:00 UTC". 1609459200 is the epoch timestamp of "2021-01-01 00:00:00 UTC" in seconds.
  • Important to find Cloud resources that contain "Important" as a word in any of the searchable fields.
  • Impor* to find Cloud resources that contain "Impor" as a prefix of any word in any of the searchable fields.
  • Important location:(us-west1 OR global) to find Cloud resources that contain "Important" as a word in any of the searchable fields and are also located in the "us-west1" region or the "global" location.
asset_types[]

string

Optional. A list of asset types that this request searches for. If empty, it will search all the searchable asset types.

Regular expressions are also supported. For example:

  • "compute.googleapis.com.*" snapshots resources whose asset type starts with "compute.googleapis.com".
  • ".*Instance" snapshots resources whose asset type ends with "Instance".
  • ".*Instance.*" snapshots resources whose asset type contains "Instance".

See RE2 for all supported regular expression syntax. If the regular expression does not match any supported asset type, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

page_size

int32

Optional. The page size for search result pagination. Page size is capped at 500 even if a larger value is given. If set to zero, server will pick an appropriate default. Returned results may be fewer than requested. When this happens, there could be more results as long as next_page_token is returned.

page_token

string

Optional. If present, then retrieve the next batch of results from the preceding call to this method. page_token must be the value of next_page_token from the previous response. The values of all other method parameters, must be identical to those in the previous call.

order_by

string

Optional. A comma-separated list of fields specifying the sorting order of the results. The default order is ascending. Add " DESC" after the field name to indicate descending order. Redundant space characters are ignored. Example: "location DESC, name". Only singular primitive fields in the response are sortable: * name * assetType * project * displayName * description * location * kmsKey * createTime * updateTime * state * parentFullResourceName * parentAssetType All the other fields such as repeated fields (e.g., networkTags), map fields (e.g., labels) and struct fields (e.g., additionalAttributes) are not supported.

SearchAllResourcesResponse

Search all resources response.

Fields
results[]

ResourceSearchResult

A list of Resources that match the search query. It contains the resource standard metadata information.

next_page_token

string

If there are more results than those appearing in this response, then next_page_token is included. To get the next set of results, call this method again using the value of next_page_token as page_token.

TemporalAsset

An asset in Google Cloud and its temporal metadata, including the time window when it was observed and its status during that window.

Fields
window

TimeWindow

The time window when the asset data and state was observed.

deleted

bool

Whether the asset has been deleted or not.

asset

Asset

An asset in Google Cloud.

prior_asset_state

PriorAssetState

State of prior_asset.

prior_asset

Asset

Prior copy of the asset. Populated if prior_asset_state is PRESENT. Currently this is only set for responses in Real-Time Feed.

PriorAssetState

State of prior asset.

Enums
PRIOR_ASSET_STATE_UNSPECIFIED prior_asset is not applicable for the current asset.
PRESENT prior_asset is populated correctly.
INVALID Failed to set prior_asset.
DOES_NOT_EXIST Current asset is the first known state.
DELETED prior_asset is a deletion.

TimeWindow

A time window specified by its start_time and end_time.

Fields
start_time

Timestamp

Start time of the time window (exclusive).

end_time

Timestamp

End time of the time window (inclusive). If not specified, the current timestamp is used instead.

UpdateFeedRequest

Update asset feed request.

Fields
feed

Feed

Required. The new values of feed details. It must match an existing feed and the field name must be in the format of: projects/project_number/feeds/feed_id or folders/folder_number/feeds/feed_id or organizations/organization_number/feeds/feed_id.

update_mask

FieldMask

Required. Only updates the feed fields indicated by this mask. The field mask must not be empty, and it must not contain fields that are immutable or only set by the server.