Managing cluster event notifications - Amazon Redshift
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Managing cluster event notifications

You can create an Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) event notification subscription to send notifications when an event occurs for a given Amazon Redshift cluster, snapshot, security group, or parameter group. These notifications are sent to an SNS topic, which in turn transmits messages to any SNS consumers subscribed to the topic. The SNS messages to the consumers can be in any notification form supported by Amazon SNS for an Amazon Region, such as an email, a text message, or a call to an HTTP endpoint. For example, all regions support email notifications, but SMS notifications can only be created in the US East (N. Virginia) Region. For more information, see Amazon Redshift event notifications.

Managing cluster event notifications using the Amazon Redshift console

Creating an event notification subscription

To create an event subscription
  1. Sign in to the Amazon Web Services Management Console and open the Amazon Redshift console at

  2. On the navigation menu, choose Events.

  3. Choose the Event subscription tab, then choose Create event subscriptions.

  4. Enter the properties of your event subscription, such as name, source type, category, and severity. You can also enable Amazon SNS topics to get notified of events.

  5. Choose Create event subscriptions to create your subscription.

Managing cluster event notifications using the Amazon CLI and Amazon Redshift API

You can use the following Amazon Redshift CLI operations to manage cluster event notifications.

You can use the following Amazon Redshift API actions to manage event notifications.

For more information about Amazon Redshift event notifications, see Amazon Redshift event notifications.