Email Reporting gives brands the option to schedule and maintain an automatic report for their Functions. Once configured, the Scheduler will then periodically send the generated report to a list of configured recipients. The report will contain statistics about the amounts of (un)successful invocations of your current functions. The statistics will reflect the period of time you set the frequency to, i.e. daily or weekly.
After selecting the Frequency of the report, you can add recipients for this report by entering the email addresses of the recipients and clicking on add.
To remove a recipient from the list, just click on the trashcan beside the recipient.
|None||-||No report will be sent - you can use this for pausing the schedule of the report|
|Daily||Every day at 1:00 am UTC||The report will include the statistics for the day before|
|Weekly||Every monday at 1:00 am UTC||The report will include the statistics for the week before (Monday to Sunday)|
If you scheduled a report, you will receive a report like this:
In the subject of the email you can see your account number. The subject also indicates the timerange for the data of this report.
The statistics in the email are:
Total Functions displays the current number of functions on the account. This number includes draft and productive functions and also shows the maximum allowed functions of the account.
Deployed Functions shows the current number of functions with a productive state alongside the maximum allowed productive functions for the account.
Successful Invocations represents the total number of successful invocations for the current functions of the account since the beginning of the current month.
Failed Invocations represents the total number of failed invocations for the current functions of the account since the beginning of the current month.
In addition to the total you can see Individual Function Statistics for each function currently in your account, as a table.
The table includes the name and the
UUID associated with the function and also Successful Invocations and Failed Invocations for the function.