You can use the event tracking feature to view the details and traces of events that are published in the EventBridge console.EventBridge
The event tracking feature is previously known as the event query feature. The feature name is changed but the feature itself is not affected.
After you publish an event in the EventBridge console, you can use the event tracking feature to locate issues in event publishing if event targets do not receive the published event or the received event is not the event that you publish.
You can use the event tracking feature to perform various operations. For example, you can identify the operations that EventBridge performs on events at different points in time, check whether event publishing is delayed, and find the cloud service to which an event belongs.
You can use the event tracking feature to query events in the following modes:
- Query by Event ID
If you use a custom event bus created in EventBridge to receive events from your applications, you can query the traces and details of events based on event IDs in event targets.
- Query by Time Range
If you use the system event bus of EventBridge to receive events from cloud services, you can query events by time range. If you query events by time range, you can query multiple events at a time. You can also view the details and trace of each event that is retrieved.
You can query operations that EventBridge performs on events based on event traces. The following operations can be queried:
- Receive events
The point in time when EventBridge receives events, the event source, and the event type
- Filter events
Rule-based event filtering performed by EventBridge
- Deliver events
The point in time when EventBridge delivers events to event targets and the delivery status
You can query the parameters of an event in the EventBridge console based on event details.
For more information about the parameters, see Overview.