Describes the status of Amazon EC2 instances using an Amazon SDK - Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
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Describes the status of Amazon EC2 instances using an Amazon SDK

The following code example shows how to describe the status of Amazon EC2 instances.

SDK for Rust

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async fn show_all_events(client: &Client) -> Result<(), Error> { let resp = client.describe_regions().send().await.unwrap(); for region in resp.regions.unwrap_or_default() { let reg: &'static str = Box::leak(Box::from(region.region_name().unwrap())); let region_provider = RegionProviderChain::default_provider().or_else(reg); let config = aws_config::from_env().region(region_provider).load().await; let new_client = Client::new(&config); let resp = new_client.describe_instance_status().send().await; println!("Instances in region {}:", reg); println!(); for status in resp.unwrap().instance_statuses().unwrap_or_default() { println!( " Events scheduled for instance ID: {}", status.instance_id().unwrap_or_default() ); for event in { println!(" Event ID: {}", event.instance_event_id().unwrap()); println!(" Description: {}", event.description().unwrap()); println!(" Event code: {}", event.code().unwrap().as_ref()); println!(); } } } Ok(()) }

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