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View resources

You can view all attributes for IaC+ and cloud resources in an Organization. This allows you to inventory all of your resources across cloud provider accounts or see the recorded state of any resource during the most recent scan.

View all resources

To list all resources in an Organization, send a request to the /cloud/resources endpoint in the following format:
curl -X GET \
'https://api.snyk.io/rest/orgs/YOUR-ORGANIZATION-ID/cloud/resources?version=2022-12-21~beta' \
-H 'Authorization: token YOUR-API-TOKEN'

Understand the API response

Snyk returns a JSON document containing information about all resources in the Organization, for example:
{
"jsonapi": {
"version": "1.0"
},
"links": {
"next": "/rest/orgs/d70c1768-5675-4f44-0000-1234abcd1234/cloud/resources?starting_after=eyJpZCI6IjY5ODA5MjNhLWU0ZTAtNDg3Mi04ZDAwLWRjZDEXAMPLEEXAMPLE&version=2022-04-13~experimental"
},
"data": [
{
"id": "23b3a46d-cdf7-526c-8888-1abc2abc3abc",
"type": "resource",
"attributes": {
"environment_id": "ef5d85de-fb4f-4c42-1234-000000000000",
"scan_id": "44f386a6-6ce8-4303-0000-098765432109",
"created_at": "2022-08-07T05:34:24.272279Z",
"updated_at": "2022-08-07T05:34:24.272279Z",
"revision": 1,
"kind": "cloud",
"hash": "717cdff4218bf3d6abcdefEXAMPLEEXAMPLEEXAMPLEEXAMPLEEXAMPLEEXAMPLE",
"platform": "aws",
"namespace": "us-east-1",
"resource_type": "aws_s3_bucket",
"resource_id": "example-bucket",
"native_id": "arn:aws:s3:::example-bucket",
"name": "example-bucket",
"location": "us-east-1",
"state": {
"id": "example-bucket",
"acl": "private",
"arn": "arn:aws:s3:::example-bucket"
<trimmed for length>
},
"tags": {}
},
"relationships": {
"environment": {
"data": {
"id": "ef5d85de-fb4f-4c42-1234-000000000000",
"type": "environment"
},
"links": {
"related": "/orgs/d70c1768-5675-4f44-0000-1234abcd1234/cloud/environments?id=ef5d85de-fb4f-4c42-1234-000000000000&version=2022-12-21~beta"
}
},
"organization": {
"data": {
"id": "d70c1768-5675-4f44-0000-1234abcd1234",
"type": "organization"
},
"links": {
"related": "/orgs/d70c1768-5675-4f44-0000-1234abcd1234?version=2022-12-21~beta"
}
},
"scan": {
"data": {
"id": "a7fa2167-58a8-4ac5-9999-0987dcba6543",
"type": "scan"
},
"links": {
"related": "/orgs/d70c1768-5675-4f44-0000-1234abcd1234/cloud/scans?id=a7fa2167-58a8-4ac5-9999-0987dcba6543&version=2022-12-21~beta"
}
}
}
}
<trimmed for length>
]
}
The following table lists some key attributes from the API response:
Attribute
Definition
data.id
Resource ID
data.attributes.environment_id
ID of the environment containing the resource
data.attributes.scan_id
ID of the scan where this resource was first detected
data.attributes.resource_type
Resource type
data.attributes.native_id
Cloud provider's unique identifier for the resource; for AWS, the Amazon Resource Name (ARN)
data.attributes.state
Resource attributes at the time of the most recent scan

Filter resource list

Query parameters allow you to filter the list of resources.
For example, to return resources from a single environment, add environment_id=YOUR-ENVIRONMENT-ID to the URL:
curl -X GET \
'https://api.snyk.io/rest/orgs/YOUR-ORGANIZATION-ID/cloud/resources?environment_id=YOUR-ENVIRONMENT-ID&version=2022-12-21~beta' \
-H 'Authorization: token YOUR-API-TOKEN'
Some parameters allow you to specify multiple values. To return resources in Amazon Web Services (AWS) regions us-east-1 or us-east-2, add location=us-east-1,us-east-2 to the URL:
curl -X GET \
'https://api.snyk.io/rest/orgs/YOUR-ORGANIZATION-ID/cloud/resources?location=us-east-1,us-east-2&version=2022-12-21~beta' \
-H 'Authorization: token YOUR-API-TOKEN'
You can combine query parameters by using the & symbol. To return only 5 AWS S3 buckets, add resource_type=aws_s3_bucket&limit=5 to the URL:
curl -X GET \
'https://api.snyk.io/rest/orgs/YOUR-ORGANIZATION-ID/cloud/resources?resource_type=aws_s3_bucket&limit=5&version=2022-12-21~beta' \
-H 'Authorization: token YOUR-API-TOKEN'
For a list of supported parameters, see the List resources API documentation.

View details for a single resource

To view details for a single resource through the Snyk API, send a request in the following format.
curl -X GET \
'https://api.snyk.io/rest/orgs/YOUR-ORGANIZATION-ID/cloud/resources?id=YOUR-RESOURCE-ID&version=2022-12-21~beta' \
-H 'Authorization: token YOUR-API-TOKEN'
Snyk returns a JSON document containing information about the selected resource. The information is the same as shown in Understand the API response.