library
turbot/aws_thrifty

Detect & correct EBS snapshots exceeding max age

Overview

EBS snapshots can be quite costly to retain, it is also likely that after a certain point in time they're no longer required and should be cleaned up to prevent further costs.

This query trigger detects unused health checks and then either sends a notification or attempts to perform a predefined corrective action.

Getting Started

By default, this trigger is disabled, however it can be configred by setting the below variables

  • ebs_snapshots_exceeding_max_age_trigger_enabled should be set to true as the default is false.
  • ebs_snapshots_exceeding_max_age_trigger_schedule should be set to your desired running schedule
  • ebs_snapshots_exceeding_max_age_default_action should be set to your desired action (i.e. "notify" for notifications or "delete_snapshot" to delete the snapshot).

Then starting the server:

flowpipe server

or if you've set the variables in a .fpvars file:

flowpipe server --var-file=/path/to/your.fpvars

Query

select
concat(snapshot_id, ' [', region, '/', account_id, ']') as title,
snapshot_id,
region,
_ctx ->> 'connection_name' as cred
from
aws_ebs_snapshot
where
(current_timestamp - (90 :: int || ' days') :: interval) > start_time

Schedule

15m