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Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi

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Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi

    Creates a device in a device registry.

    Create Device Resource

    Resources are created with functions called constructors. To learn more about declaring and configuring resources, see Resources.

    Constructor syntax

    new Device(name: string, args: DeviceArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def Device(resource_name: str,
               args: DeviceArgs,
               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    
    @overload
    def Device(resource_name: str,
               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
               registry_id: Optional[str] = None,
               blocked: Optional[bool] = None,
               config: Optional[DeviceConfigArgs] = None,
               credentials: Optional[Sequence[DeviceCredentialArgs]] = None,
               gateway_config: Optional[GatewayConfigArgs] = None,
               id: Optional[str] = None,
               location: Optional[str] = None,
               log_level: Optional[DeviceLogLevel] = None,
               metadata: Optional[Mapping[str, str]] = None,
               name: Optional[str] = None,
               project: Optional[str] = None)
    func NewDevice(ctx *Context, name string, args DeviceArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*Device, error)
    public Device(string name, DeviceArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public Device(String name, DeviceArgs args)
    public Device(String name, DeviceArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: google-native:cloudiot/v1:Device
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    

    Parameters

    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeviceArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeviceArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeviceArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeviceArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeviceArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    Example

    The following reference example uses placeholder values for all input properties.

    var exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1 = new GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Device("exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1", new()
    {
        RegistryId = "string",
        Blocked = false,
        Config = new GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.DeviceConfigArgs
        {
            BinaryData = "string",
        },
        Credentials = new[]
        {
            new GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.DeviceCredentialArgs
            {
                ExpirationTime = "string",
                PublicKey = new GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.PublicKeyCredentialArgs
                {
                    Format = GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.PublicKeyCredentialFormat.UnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat,
                    Key = "string",
                },
            },
        },
        GatewayConfig = new GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.GatewayConfigArgs
        {
            GatewayAuthMethod = GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod.GatewayAuthMethodUnspecified,
            GatewayType = GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.GatewayConfigGatewayType.GatewayTypeUnspecified,
        },
        Id = "string",
        Location = "string",
        LogLevel = GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.DeviceLogLevel.LogLevelUnspecified,
        Metadata = 
        {
            { "string", "string" },
        },
        Name = "string",
        Project = "string",
    });
    
    example, err := cloudiot.NewDevice(ctx, "exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1", &cloudiot.DeviceArgs{
    RegistryId: pulumi.String("string"),
    Blocked: pulumi.Bool(false),
    Config: &cloudiot.DeviceConfigArgs{
    BinaryData: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    Credentials: cloudiot.DeviceCredentialArray{
    &cloudiot.DeviceCredentialArgs{
    ExpirationTime: pulumi.String("string"),
    PublicKey: &cloudiot.PublicKeyCredentialArgs{
    Format: cloudiot.PublicKeyCredentialFormatUnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat,
    Key: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    },
    GatewayConfig: &cloudiot.GatewayConfigArgs{
    GatewayAuthMethod: cloudiot.GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethodGatewayAuthMethodUnspecified,
    GatewayType: cloudiot.GatewayConfigGatewayTypeGatewayTypeUnspecified,
    },
    Id: pulumi.String("string"),
    Location: pulumi.String("string"),
    LogLevel: cloudiot.DeviceLogLevelLogLevelUnspecified,
    Metadata: pulumi.StringMap{
    "string": pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    Name: pulumi.String("string"),
    Project: pulumi.String("string"),
    })
    
    var exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1 = new Device("exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1", DeviceArgs.builder()
        .registryId("string")
        .blocked(false)
        .config(DeviceConfigArgs.builder()
            .binaryData("string")
            .build())
        .credentials(DeviceCredentialArgs.builder()
            .expirationTime("string")
            .publicKey(PublicKeyCredentialArgs.builder()
                .format("UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMAT")
                .key("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .gatewayConfig(GatewayConfigArgs.builder()
            .gatewayAuthMethod("GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED")
            .gatewayType("GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED")
            .build())
        .id("string")
        .location("string")
        .logLevel("LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED")
        .metadata(Map.of("string", "string"))
        .name("string")
        .project("string")
        .build());
    
    exampledevice_resource_resource_from_cloudiotv1 = google_native.cloudiot.v1.Device("exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1",
        registry_id="string",
        blocked=False,
        config=google_native.cloudiot.v1.DeviceConfigArgs(
            binary_data="string",
        ),
        credentials=[google_native.cloudiot.v1.DeviceCredentialArgs(
            expiration_time="string",
            public_key=google_native.cloudiot.v1.PublicKeyCredentialArgs(
                format=google_native.cloudiot.v1.PublicKeyCredentialFormat.UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMAT,
                key="string",
            ),
        )],
        gateway_config=google_native.cloudiot.v1.GatewayConfigArgs(
            gateway_auth_method=google_native.cloudiot.v1.GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod.GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED,
            gateway_type=google_native.cloudiot.v1.GatewayConfigGatewayType.GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED,
        ),
        id="string",
        location="string",
        log_level=google_native.cloudiot.v1.DeviceLogLevel.LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED,
        metadata={
            "string": "string",
        },
        name="string",
        project="string")
    
    const exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1 = new google_native.cloudiot.v1.Device("exampledeviceResourceResourceFromCloudiotv1", {
        registryId: "string",
        blocked: false,
        config: {
            binaryData: "string",
        },
        credentials: [{
            expirationTime: "string",
            publicKey: {
                format: google_native.cloudiot.v1.PublicKeyCredentialFormat.UnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat,
                key: "string",
            },
        }],
        gatewayConfig: {
            gatewayAuthMethod: google_native.cloudiot.v1.GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod.GatewayAuthMethodUnspecified,
            gatewayType: google_native.cloudiot.v1.GatewayConfigGatewayType.GatewayTypeUnspecified,
        },
        id: "string",
        location: "string",
        logLevel: google_native.cloudiot.v1.DeviceLogLevel.LogLevelUnspecified,
        metadata: {
            string: "string",
        },
        name: "string",
        project: "string",
    });
    
    type: google-native:cloudiot/v1:Device
    properties:
        blocked: false
        config:
            binaryData: string
        credentials:
            - expirationTime: string
              publicKey:
                format: UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMAT
                key: string
        gatewayConfig:
            gatewayAuthMethod: GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED
            gatewayType: GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED
        id: string
        location: string
        logLevel: LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED
        metadata:
            string: string
        name: string
        project: string
        registryId: string
    

    Device Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The Device resource accepts the following input properties:

    RegistryId string
    Blocked bool
    If a device is blocked, connections or requests from this device will fail. Can be used to temporarily prevent the device from connecting if, for example, the sensor is generating bad data and needs maintenance.
    Config Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.DeviceConfig
    The most recent device configuration, which is eventually sent from Cloud IoT Core to the device. If not present on creation, the configuration will be initialized with an empty payload and version value of 1. To update this field after creation, use the DeviceManager.ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig method.
    Credentials List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.DeviceCredential>
    The credentials used to authenticate this device. To allow credential rotation without interruption, multiple device credentials can be bound to this device. No more than 3 credentials can be bound to a single device at a time. When new credentials are added to a device, they are verified against the registry credentials. For details, see the description of the DeviceRegistry.credentials field.
    GatewayConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.GatewayConfig
    Gateway-related configuration and state.
    Id string
    The user-defined device identifier. The device ID must be unique within a device registry.
    Location string
    LogLevel Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.DeviceLogLevel
    Beta Feature The logging verbosity for device activity. If unspecified, DeviceRegistry.log_level will be used.
    Metadata Dictionary<string, string>
    The metadata key-value pairs assigned to the device. This metadata is not interpreted or indexed by Cloud IoT Core. It can be used to add contextual information for the device. Keys must conform to the regular expression a-zA-Z+ and be less than 128 bytes in length. Values are free-form strings. Each value must be less than or equal to 32 KB in size. The total size of all keys and values must be less than 256 KB, and the maximum number of key-value pairs is 500.
    Name string
    The resource path name. For example, projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/dev0 or projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/{num_id}. When name is populated as a response from the service, it always ends in the device numeric ID.
    Project string
    RegistryId string
    Blocked bool
    If a device is blocked, connections or requests from this device will fail. Can be used to temporarily prevent the device from connecting if, for example, the sensor is generating bad data and needs maintenance.
    Config DeviceConfigArgs
    The most recent device configuration, which is eventually sent from Cloud IoT Core to the device. If not present on creation, the configuration will be initialized with an empty payload and version value of 1. To update this field after creation, use the DeviceManager.ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig method.
    Credentials []DeviceCredentialArgs
    The credentials used to authenticate this device. To allow credential rotation without interruption, multiple device credentials can be bound to this device. No more than 3 credentials can be bound to a single device at a time. When new credentials are added to a device, they are verified against the registry credentials. For details, see the description of the DeviceRegistry.credentials field.
    GatewayConfig GatewayConfigArgs
    Gateway-related configuration and state.
    Id string
    The user-defined device identifier. The device ID must be unique within a device registry.
    Location string
    LogLevel DeviceLogLevel
    Beta Feature The logging verbosity for device activity. If unspecified, DeviceRegistry.log_level will be used.
    Metadata map[string]string
    The metadata key-value pairs assigned to the device. This metadata is not interpreted or indexed by Cloud IoT Core. It can be used to add contextual information for the device. Keys must conform to the regular expression a-zA-Z+ and be less than 128 bytes in length. Values are free-form strings. Each value must be less than or equal to 32 KB in size. The total size of all keys and values must be less than 256 KB, and the maximum number of key-value pairs is 500.
    Name string
    The resource path name. For example, projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/dev0 or projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/{num_id}. When name is populated as a response from the service, it always ends in the device numeric ID.
    Project string
    registryId String
    blocked Boolean
    If a device is blocked, connections or requests from this device will fail. Can be used to temporarily prevent the device from connecting if, for example, the sensor is generating bad data and needs maintenance.
    config DeviceConfig
    The most recent device configuration, which is eventually sent from Cloud IoT Core to the device. If not present on creation, the configuration will be initialized with an empty payload and version value of 1. To update this field after creation, use the DeviceManager.ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig method.
    credentials List<DeviceCredential>
    The credentials used to authenticate this device. To allow credential rotation without interruption, multiple device credentials can be bound to this device. No more than 3 credentials can be bound to a single device at a time. When new credentials are added to a device, they are verified against the registry credentials. For details, see the description of the DeviceRegistry.credentials field.
    gatewayConfig GatewayConfig
    Gateway-related configuration and state.
    id String
    The user-defined device identifier. The device ID must be unique within a device registry.
    location String
    logLevel DeviceLogLevel
    Beta Feature The logging verbosity for device activity. If unspecified, DeviceRegistry.log_level will be used.
    metadata Map<String,String>
    The metadata key-value pairs assigned to the device. This metadata is not interpreted or indexed by Cloud IoT Core. It can be used to add contextual information for the device. Keys must conform to the regular expression a-zA-Z+ and be less than 128 bytes in length. Values are free-form strings. Each value must be less than or equal to 32 KB in size. The total size of all keys and values must be less than 256 KB, and the maximum number of key-value pairs is 500.
    name String
    The resource path name. For example, projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/dev0 or projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/{num_id}. When name is populated as a response from the service, it always ends in the device numeric ID.
    project String
    registryId string
    blocked boolean
    If a device is blocked, connections or requests from this device will fail. Can be used to temporarily prevent the device from connecting if, for example, the sensor is generating bad data and needs maintenance.
    config DeviceConfig
    The most recent device configuration, which is eventually sent from Cloud IoT Core to the device. If not present on creation, the configuration will be initialized with an empty payload and version value of 1. To update this field after creation, use the DeviceManager.ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig method.
    credentials DeviceCredential[]
    The credentials used to authenticate this device. To allow credential rotation without interruption, multiple device credentials can be bound to this device. No more than 3 credentials can be bound to a single device at a time. When new credentials are added to a device, they are verified against the registry credentials. For details, see the description of the DeviceRegistry.credentials field.
    gatewayConfig GatewayConfig
    Gateway-related configuration and state.
    id string
    The user-defined device identifier. The device ID must be unique within a device registry.
    location string
    logLevel DeviceLogLevel
    Beta Feature The logging verbosity for device activity. If unspecified, DeviceRegistry.log_level will be used.
    metadata {[key: string]: string}
    The metadata key-value pairs assigned to the device. This metadata is not interpreted or indexed by Cloud IoT Core. It can be used to add contextual information for the device. Keys must conform to the regular expression a-zA-Z+ and be less than 128 bytes in length. Values are free-form strings. Each value must be less than or equal to 32 KB in size. The total size of all keys and values must be less than 256 KB, and the maximum number of key-value pairs is 500.
    name string
    The resource path name. For example, projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/dev0 or projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/{num_id}. When name is populated as a response from the service, it always ends in the device numeric ID.
    project string
    registry_id str
    blocked bool
    If a device is blocked, connections or requests from this device will fail. Can be used to temporarily prevent the device from connecting if, for example, the sensor is generating bad data and needs maintenance.
    config DeviceConfigArgs
    The most recent device configuration, which is eventually sent from Cloud IoT Core to the device. If not present on creation, the configuration will be initialized with an empty payload and version value of 1. To update this field after creation, use the DeviceManager.ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig method.
    credentials Sequence[DeviceCredentialArgs]
    The credentials used to authenticate this device. To allow credential rotation without interruption, multiple device credentials can be bound to this device. No more than 3 credentials can be bound to a single device at a time. When new credentials are added to a device, they are verified against the registry credentials. For details, see the description of the DeviceRegistry.credentials field.
    gateway_config GatewayConfigArgs
    Gateway-related configuration and state.
    id str
    The user-defined device identifier. The device ID must be unique within a device registry.
    location str
    log_level DeviceLogLevel
    Beta Feature The logging verbosity for device activity. If unspecified, DeviceRegistry.log_level will be used.
    metadata Mapping[str, str]
    The metadata key-value pairs assigned to the device. This metadata is not interpreted or indexed by Cloud IoT Core. It can be used to add contextual information for the device. Keys must conform to the regular expression a-zA-Z+ and be less than 128 bytes in length. Values are free-form strings. Each value must be less than or equal to 32 KB in size. The total size of all keys and values must be less than 256 KB, and the maximum number of key-value pairs is 500.
    name str
    The resource path name. For example, projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/dev0 or projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/{num_id}. When name is populated as a response from the service, it always ends in the device numeric ID.
    project str
    registryId String
    blocked Boolean
    If a device is blocked, connections or requests from this device will fail. Can be used to temporarily prevent the device from connecting if, for example, the sensor is generating bad data and needs maintenance.
    config Property Map
    The most recent device configuration, which is eventually sent from Cloud IoT Core to the device. If not present on creation, the configuration will be initialized with an empty payload and version value of 1. To update this field after creation, use the DeviceManager.ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig method.
    credentials List<Property Map>
    The credentials used to authenticate this device. To allow credential rotation without interruption, multiple device credentials can be bound to this device. No more than 3 credentials can be bound to a single device at a time. When new credentials are added to a device, they are verified against the registry credentials. For details, see the description of the DeviceRegistry.credentials field.
    gatewayConfig Property Map
    Gateway-related configuration and state.
    id String
    The user-defined device identifier. The device ID must be unique within a device registry.
    location String
    logLevel "LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED" | "NONE" | "ERROR" | "INFO" | "DEBUG"
    Beta Feature The logging verbosity for device activity. If unspecified, DeviceRegistry.log_level will be used.
    metadata Map<String>
    The metadata key-value pairs assigned to the device. This metadata is not interpreted or indexed by Cloud IoT Core. It can be used to add contextual information for the device. Keys must conform to the regular expression a-zA-Z+ and be less than 128 bytes in length. Values are free-form strings. Each value must be less than or equal to 32 KB in size. The total size of all keys and values must be less than 256 KB, and the maximum number of key-value pairs is 500.
    name String
    The resource path name. For example, projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/dev0 or projects/p1/locations/us-central1/registries/registry0/devices/{num_id}. When name is populated as a response from the service, it always ends in the device numeric ID.
    project String

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the Device resource produces the following output properties:

    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    LastConfigAckTime string
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version acknowledgment was received from the device. This field is only for configurations sent through MQTT.
    LastConfigSendTime string
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version was sent to the device.
    LastErrorStatus Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Outputs.StatusResponse
    [Output only] The error message of the most recent error, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. 'last_error_time' is the timestamp of this field. If no errors have occurred, this field has an empty message and the status code 0 == OK. Otherwise, this field is expected to have a status code other than OK.
    LastErrorTime string
    [Output only] The time the most recent error occurred, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. This field is the timestamp of 'last_error_status'.
    LastEventTime string
    [Output only] The last time a telemetry event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    LastHeartbeatTime string
    [Output only] The last time an MQTT PINGREQ was received. This field applies only to devices connecting through MQTT. MQTT clients usually only send PINGREQ messages if the connection is idle, and no other messages have been sent. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    LastStateTime string
    [Output only] The last time a state event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    NumId string
    [Output only] A server-defined unique numeric ID for the device. This is a more compact way to identify devices, and it is globally unique.
    State Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Outputs.DeviceStateResponse
    [Output only] The state most recently received from the device. If no state has been reported, this field is not present.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    LastConfigAckTime string
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version acknowledgment was received from the device. This field is only for configurations sent through MQTT.
    LastConfigSendTime string
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version was sent to the device.
    LastErrorStatus StatusResponse
    [Output only] The error message of the most recent error, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. 'last_error_time' is the timestamp of this field. If no errors have occurred, this field has an empty message and the status code 0 == OK. Otherwise, this field is expected to have a status code other than OK.
    LastErrorTime string
    [Output only] The time the most recent error occurred, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. This field is the timestamp of 'last_error_status'.
    LastEventTime string
    [Output only] The last time a telemetry event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    LastHeartbeatTime string
    [Output only] The last time an MQTT PINGREQ was received. This field applies only to devices connecting through MQTT. MQTT clients usually only send PINGREQ messages if the connection is idle, and no other messages have been sent. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    LastStateTime string
    [Output only] The last time a state event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    NumId string
    [Output only] A server-defined unique numeric ID for the device. This is a more compact way to identify devices, and it is globally unique.
    State DeviceStateResponse
    [Output only] The state most recently received from the device. If no state has been reported, this field is not present.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    lastConfigAckTime String
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version acknowledgment was received from the device. This field is only for configurations sent through MQTT.
    lastConfigSendTime String
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version was sent to the device.
    lastErrorStatus StatusResponse
    [Output only] The error message of the most recent error, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. 'last_error_time' is the timestamp of this field. If no errors have occurred, this field has an empty message and the status code 0 == OK. Otherwise, this field is expected to have a status code other than OK.
    lastErrorTime String
    [Output only] The time the most recent error occurred, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. This field is the timestamp of 'last_error_status'.
    lastEventTime String
    [Output only] The last time a telemetry event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    lastHeartbeatTime String
    [Output only] The last time an MQTT PINGREQ was received. This field applies only to devices connecting through MQTT. MQTT clients usually only send PINGREQ messages if the connection is idle, and no other messages have been sent. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    lastStateTime String
    [Output only] The last time a state event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    numId String
    [Output only] A server-defined unique numeric ID for the device. This is a more compact way to identify devices, and it is globally unique.
    state DeviceStateResponse
    [Output only] The state most recently received from the device. If no state has been reported, this field is not present.
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    lastConfigAckTime string
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version acknowledgment was received from the device. This field is only for configurations sent through MQTT.
    lastConfigSendTime string
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version was sent to the device.
    lastErrorStatus StatusResponse
    [Output only] The error message of the most recent error, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. 'last_error_time' is the timestamp of this field. If no errors have occurred, this field has an empty message and the status code 0 == OK. Otherwise, this field is expected to have a status code other than OK.
    lastErrorTime string
    [Output only] The time the most recent error occurred, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. This field is the timestamp of 'last_error_status'.
    lastEventTime string
    [Output only] The last time a telemetry event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    lastHeartbeatTime string
    [Output only] The last time an MQTT PINGREQ was received. This field applies only to devices connecting through MQTT. MQTT clients usually only send PINGREQ messages if the connection is idle, and no other messages have been sent. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    lastStateTime string
    [Output only] The last time a state event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    numId string
    [Output only] A server-defined unique numeric ID for the device. This is a more compact way to identify devices, and it is globally unique.
    state DeviceStateResponse
    [Output only] The state most recently received from the device. If no state has been reported, this field is not present.
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    last_config_ack_time str
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version acknowledgment was received from the device. This field is only for configurations sent through MQTT.
    last_config_send_time str
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version was sent to the device.
    last_error_status StatusResponse
    [Output only] The error message of the most recent error, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. 'last_error_time' is the timestamp of this field. If no errors have occurred, this field has an empty message and the status code 0 == OK. Otherwise, this field is expected to have a status code other than OK.
    last_error_time str
    [Output only] The time the most recent error occurred, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. This field is the timestamp of 'last_error_status'.
    last_event_time str
    [Output only] The last time a telemetry event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    last_heartbeat_time str
    [Output only] The last time an MQTT PINGREQ was received. This field applies only to devices connecting through MQTT. MQTT clients usually only send PINGREQ messages if the connection is idle, and no other messages have been sent. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    last_state_time str
    [Output only] The last time a state event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    num_id str
    [Output only] A server-defined unique numeric ID for the device. This is a more compact way to identify devices, and it is globally unique.
    state DeviceStateResponse
    [Output only] The state most recently received from the device. If no state has been reported, this field is not present.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    lastConfigAckTime String
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version acknowledgment was received from the device. This field is only for configurations sent through MQTT.
    lastConfigSendTime String
    [Output only] The last time a cloud-to-device config version was sent to the device.
    lastErrorStatus Property Map
    [Output only] The error message of the most recent error, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. 'last_error_time' is the timestamp of this field. If no errors have occurred, this field has an empty message and the status code 0 == OK. Otherwise, this field is expected to have a status code other than OK.
    lastErrorTime String
    [Output only] The time the most recent error occurred, such as a failure to publish to Cloud Pub/Sub. This field is the timestamp of 'last_error_status'.
    lastEventTime String
    [Output only] The last time a telemetry event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    lastHeartbeatTime String
    [Output only] The last time an MQTT PINGREQ was received. This field applies only to devices connecting through MQTT. MQTT clients usually only send PINGREQ messages if the connection is idle, and no other messages have been sent. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    lastStateTime String
    [Output only] The last time a state event was received. Timestamps are periodically collected and written to storage; they may be stale by a few minutes.
    numId String
    [Output only] A server-defined unique numeric ID for the device. This is a more compact way to identify devices, and it is globally unique.
    state Property Map
    [Output only] The state most recently received from the device. If no state has been reported, this field is not present.

    Supporting Types

    DeviceConfig, DeviceConfigArgs

    BinaryData string
    The device configuration data.
    BinaryData string
    The device configuration data.
    binaryData String
    The device configuration data.
    binaryData string
    The device configuration data.
    binary_data str
    The device configuration data.
    binaryData String
    The device configuration data.

    DeviceConfigResponse, DeviceConfigResponseArgs

    BinaryData string
    The device configuration data.
    CloudUpdateTime string
    [Output only] The time at which this configuration version was updated in Cloud IoT Core. This timestamp is set by the server.
    DeviceAckTime string
    [Output only] The time at which Cloud IoT Core received the acknowledgment from the device, indicating that the device has received this configuration version. If this field is not present, the device has not yet acknowledged that it received this version. Note that when the config was sent to the device, many config versions may have been available in Cloud IoT Core while the device was disconnected, and on connection, only the latest version is sent to the device. Some versions may never be sent to the device, and therefore are never acknowledged. This timestamp is set by Cloud IoT Core.
    Version string
    [Output only] The version of this update. The version number is assigned by the server, and is always greater than 0 after device creation. The version must be 0 on the CreateDevice request if a config is specified; the response of CreateDevice will always have a value of 1.
    BinaryData string
    The device configuration data.
    CloudUpdateTime string
    [Output only] The time at which this configuration version was updated in Cloud IoT Core. This timestamp is set by the server.
    DeviceAckTime string
    [Output only] The time at which Cloud IoT Core received the acknowledgment from the device, indicating that the device has received this configuration version. If this field is not present, the device has not yet acknowledged that it received this version. Note that when the config was sent to the device, many config versions may have been available in Cloud IoT Core while the device was disconnected, and on connection, only the latest version is sent to the device. Some versions may never be sent to the device, and therefore are never acknowledged. This timestamp is set by Cloud IoT Core.
    Version string
    [Output only] The version of this update. The version number is assigned by the server, and is always greater than 0 after device creation. The version must be 0 on the CreateDevice request if a config is specified; the response of CreateDevice will always have a value of 1.
    binaryData String
    The device configuration data.
    cloudUpdateTime String
    [Output only] The time at which this configuration version was updated in Cloud IoT Core. This timestamp is set by the server.
    deviceAckTime String
    [Output only] The time at which Cloud IoT Core received the acknowledgment from the device, indicating that the device has received this configuration version. If this field is not present, the device has not yet acknowledged that it received this version. Note that when the config was sent to the device, many config versions may have been available in Cloud IoT Core while the device was disconnected, and on connection, only the latest version is sent to the device. Some versions may never be sent to the device, and therefore are never acknowledged. This timestamp is set by Cloud IoT Core.
    version String
    [Output only] The version of this update. The version number is assigned by the server, and is always greater than 0 after device creation. The version must be 0 on the CreateDevice request if a config is specified; the response of CreateDevice will always have a value of 1.
    binaryData string
    The device configuration data.
    cloudUpdateTime string
    [Output only] The time at which this configuration version was updated in Cloud IoT Core. This timestamp is set by the server.
    deviceAckTime string
    [Output only] The time at which Cloud IoT Core received the acknowledgment from the device, indicating that the device has received this configuration version. If this field is not present, the device has not yet acknowledged that it received this version. Note that when the config was sent to the device, many config versions may have been available in Cloud IoT Core while the device was disconnected, and on connection, only the latest version is sent to the device. Some versions may never be sent to the device, and therefore are never acknowledged. This timestamp is set by Cloud IoT Core.
    version string
    [Output only] The version of this update. The version number is assigned by the server, and is always greater than 0 after device creation. The version must be 0 on the CreateDevice request if a config is specified; the response of CreateDevice will always have a value of 1.
    binary_data str
    The device configuration data.
    cloud_update_time str
    [Output only] The time at which this configuration version was updated in Cloud IoT Core. This timestamp is set by the server.
    device_ack_time str
    [Output only] The time at which Cloud IoT Core received the acknowledgment from the device, indicating that the device has received this configuration version. If this field is not present, the device has not yet acknowledged that it received this version. Note that when the config was sent to the device, many config versions may have been available in Cloud IoT Core while the device was disconnected, and on connection, only the latest version is sent to the device. Some versions may never be sent to the device, and therefore are never acknowledged. This timestamp is set by Cloud IoT Core.
    version str
    [Output only] The version of this update. The version number is assigned by the server, and is always greater than 0 after device creation. The version must be 0 on the CreateDevice request if a config is specified; the response of CreateDevice will always have a value of 1.
    binaryData String
    The device configuration data.
    cloudUpdateTime String
    [Output only] The time at which this configuration version was updated in Cloud IoT Core. This timestamp is set by the server.
    deviceAckTime String
    [Output only] The time at which Cloud IoT Core received the acknowledgment from the device, indicating that the device has received this configuration version. If this field is not present, the device has not yet acknowledged that it received this version. Note that when the config was sent to the device, many config versions may have been available in Cloud IoT Core while the device was disconnected, and on connection, only the latest version is sent to the device. Some versions may never be sent to the device, and therefore are never acknowledged. This timestamp is set by Cloud IoT Core.
    version String
    [Output only] The version of this update. The version number is assigned by the server, and is always greater than 0 after device creation. The version must be 0 on the CreateDevice request if a config is specified; the response of CreateDevice will always have a value of 1.

    DeviceCredential, DeviceCredentialArgs

    ExpirationTime string
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    PublicKey Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.PublicKeyCredential
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    ExpirationTime string
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    PublicKey PublicKeyCredential
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expirationTime String
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    publicKey PublicKeyCredential
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expirationTime string
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    publicKey PublicKeyCredential
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expiration_time str
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    public_key PublicKeyCredential
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expirationTime String
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    publicKey Property Map
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.

    DeviceCredentialResponse, DeviceCredentialResponseArgs

    ExpirationTime string
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    PublicKey Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.Inputs.PublicKeyCredentialResponse
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    ExpirationTime string
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    PublicKey PublicKeyCredentialResponse
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expirationTime String
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    publicKey PublicKeyCredentialResponse
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expirationTime string
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    publicKey PublicKeyCredentialResponse
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expiration_time str
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    public_key PublicKeyCredentialResponse
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.
    expirationTime String
    [Optional] The time at which this credential becomes invalid. This credential will be ignored for new client authentication requests after this timestamp; however, it will not be automatically deleted.
    publicKey Property Map
    A public key used to verify the signature of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When adding a new device credential, either via device creation or via modifications, this public key credential may be required to be signed by one of the registry level certificates. More specifically, if the registry contains at least one certificate, any new device credential must be signed by one of the registry certificates. As a result, when the registry contains certificates, only X.509 certificates are accepted as device credentials. However, if the registry does not contain a certificate, self-signed certificates and public keys will be accepted. New device credentials must be different from every registry-level certificate.

    DeviceLogLevel, DeviceLogLevelArgs

    LogLevelUnspecified
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIEDNo logging specified. If not specified, logging will be disabled.
    None
    NONEDisables logging.
    Error
    ERRORError events will be logged.
    Info
    INFOInformational events will be logged, such as connections and disconnections.
    Debug
    DEBUGAll events will be logged.
    DeviceLogLevelLogLevelUnspecified
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIEDNo logging specified. If not specified, logging will be disabled.
    DeviceLogLevelNone
    NONEDisables logging.
    DeviceLogLevelError
    ERRORError events will be logged.
    DeviceLogLevelInfo
    INFOInformational events will be logged, such as connections and disconnections.
    DeviceLogLevelDebug
    DEBUGAll events will be logged.
    LogLevelUnspecified
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIEDNo logging specified. If not specified, logging will be disabled.
    None
    NONEDisables logging.
    Error
    ERRORError events will be logged.
    Info
    INFOInformational events will be logged, such as connections and disconnections.
    Debug
    DEBUGAll events will be logged.
    LogLevelUnspecified
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIEDNo logging specified. If not specified, logging will be disabled.
    None
    NONEDisables logging.
    Error
    ERRORError events will be logged.
    Info
    INFOInformational events will be logged, such as connections and disconnections.
    Debug
    DEBUGAll events will be logged.
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIEDNo logging specified. If not specified, logging will be disabled.
    NONE
    NONEDisables logging.
    ERROR
    ERRORError events will be logged.
    INFO
    INFOInformational events will be logged, such as connections and disconnections.
    DEBUG
    DEBUGAll events will be logged.
    "LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED"
    LOG_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIEDNo logging specified. If not specified, logging will be disabled.
    "NONE"
    NONEDisables logging.
    "ERROR"
    ERRORError events will be logged.
    "INFO"
    INFOInformational events will be logged, such as connections and disconnections.
    "DEBUG"
    DEBUGAll events will be logged.

    DeviceStateResponse, DeviceStateResponseArgs

    BinaryData string
    The device state data.
    UpdateTime string
    [Output only] The time at which this state version was updated in Cloud IoT Core.
    BinaryData string
    The device state data.
    UpdateTime string
    [Output only] The time at which this state version was updated in Cloud IoT Core.
    binaryData String
    The device state data.
    updateTime String
    [Output only] The time at which this state version was updated in Cloud IoT Core.
    binaryData string
    The device state data.
    updateTime string
    [Output only] The time at which this state version was updated in Cloud IoT Core.
    binary_data str
    The device state data.
    update_time str
    [Output only] The time at which this state version was updated in Cloud IoT Core.
    binaryData String
    The device state data.
    updateTime String
    [Output only] The time at which this state version was updated in Cloud IoT Core.

    GatewayConfig, GatewayConfigArgs

    GatewayAuthMethod Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    GatewayType Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudIoT.V1.GatewayConfigGatewayType
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    GatewayAuthMethod GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    GatewayType GatewayConfigGatewayType
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    gatewayAuthMethod GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gatewayType GatewayConfigGatewayType
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    gatewayAuthMethod GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gatewayType GatewayConfigGatewayType
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    gateway_auth_method GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gateway_type GatewayConfigGatewayType
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.

    GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethod, GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethodArgs

    GatewayAuthMethodUnspecified
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDNo authentication/authorization method specified. No devices are allowed to access the gateway.
    AssociationOnly
    ASSOCIATION_ONLYThe device is authenticated through the gateway association only. Device credentials are ignored even if provided.
    DeviceAuthTokenOnly
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLYThe device is authenticated through its own credentials. Gateway association is not checked.
    AssociationAndDeviceAuthToken
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKENThe device is authenticated through both device credentials and gateway association. The device must be bound to the gateway and must provide its own credentials.
    GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethodGatewayAuthMethodUnspecified
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDNo authentication/authorization method specified. No devices are allowed to access the gateway.
    GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethodAssociationOnly
    ASSOCIATION_ONLYThe device is authenticated through the gateway association only. Device credentials are ignored even if provided.
    GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethodDeviceAuthTokenOnly
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLYThe device is authenticated through its own credentials. Gateway association is not checked.
    GatewayConfigGatewayAuthMethodAssociationAndDeviceAuthToken
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKENThe device is authenticated through both device credentials and gateway association. The device must be bound to the gateway and must provide its own credentials.
    GatewayAuthMethodUnspecified
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDNo authentication/authorization method specified. No devices are allowed to access the gateway.
    AssociationOnly
    ASSOCIATION_ONLYThe device is authenticated through the gateway association only. Device credentials are ignored even if provided.
    DeviceAuthTokenOnly
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLYThe device is authenticated through its own credentials. Gateway association is not checked.
    AssociationAndDeviceAuthToken
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKENThe device is authenticated through both device credentials and gateway association. The device must be bound to the gateway and must provide its own credentials.
    GatewayAuthMethodUnspecified
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDNo authentication/authorization method specified. No devices are allowed to access the gateway.
    AssociationOnly
    ASSOCIATION_ONLYThe device is authenticated through the gateway association only. Device credentials are ignored even if provided.
    DeviceAuthTokenOnly
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLYThe device is authenticated through its own credentials. Gateway association is not checked.
    AssociationAndDeviceAuthToken
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKENThe device is authenticated through both device credentials and gateway association. The device must be bound to the gateway and must provide its own credentials.
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDNo authentication/authorization method specified. No devices are allowed to access the gateway.
    ASSOCIATION_ONLY
    ASSOCIATION_ONLYThe device is authenticated through the gateway association only. Device credentials are ignored even if provided.
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLY
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLYThe device is authenticated through its own credentials. Gateway association is not checked.
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKENThe device is authenticated through both device credentials and gateway association. The device must be bound to the gateway and must provide its own credentials.
    "GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED"
    GATEWAY_AUTH_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDNo authentication/authorization method specified. No devices are allowed to access the gateway.
    "ASSOCIATION_ONLY"
    ASSOCIATION_ONLYThe device is authenticated through the gateway association only. Device credentials are ignored even if provided.
    "DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLY"
    DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN_ONLYThe device is authenticated through its own credentials. Gateway association is not checked.
    "ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKEN"
    ASSOCIATION_AND_DEVICE_AUTH_TOKENThe device is authenticated through both device credentials and gateway association. The device must be bound to the gateway and must provide its own credentials.

    GatewayConfigGatewayType, GatewayConfigGatewayTypeArgs

    GatewayTypeUnspecified
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDIf unspecified, the device is considered a non-gateway device.
    Gateway
    GATEWAYThe device is a gateway.
    NonGateway
    NON_GATEWAYThe device is not a gateway.
    GatewayConfigGatewayTypeGatewayTypeUnspecified
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDIf unspecified, the device is considered a non-gateway device.
    GatewayConfigGatewayTypeGateway
    GATEWAYThe device is a gateway.
    GatewayConfigGatewayTypeNonGateway
    NON_GATEWAYThe device is not a gateway.
    GatewayTypeUnspecified
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDIf unspecified, the device is considered a non-gateway device.
    Gateway
    GATEWAYThe device is a gateway.
    NonGateway
    NON_GATEWAYThe device is not a gateway.
    GatewayTypeUnspecified
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDIf unspecified, the device is considered a non-gateway device.
    Gateway
    GATEWAYThe device is a gateway.
    NonGateway
    NON_GATEWAYThe device is not a gateway.
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDIf unspecified, the device is considered a non-gateway device.
    GATEWAY
    GATEWAYThe device is a gateway.
    NON_GATEWAY
    NON_GATEWAYThe device is not a gateway.
    "GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED"
    GATEWAY_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDIf unspecified, the device is considered a non-gateway device.
    "GATEWAY"
    GATEWAYThe device is a gateway.
    "NON_GATEWAY"
    NON_GATEWAYThe device is not a gateway.

    GatewayConfigResponse, GatewayConfigResponseArgs

    GatewayAuthMethod string
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    GatewayType string
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    LastAccessedGatewayId string
    [Output only] The ID of the gateway the device accessed most recently.
    LastAccessedGatewayTime string
    [Output only] The most recent time at which the device accessed the gateway specified in last_accessed_gateway.
    GatewayAuthMethod string
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    GatewayType string
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    LastAccessedGatewayId string
    [Output only] The ID of the gateway the device accessed most recently.
    LastAccessedGatewayTime string
    [Output only] The most recent time at which the device accessed the gateway specified in last_accessed_gateway.
    gatewayAuthMethod String
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gatewayType String
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    lastAccessedGatewayId String
    [Output only] The ID of the gateway the device accessed most recently.
    lastAccessedGatewayTime String
    [Output only] The most recent time at which the device accessed the gateway specified in last_accessed_gateway.
    gatewayAuthMethod string
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gatewayType string
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    lastAccessedGatewayId string
    [Output only] The ID of the gateway the device accessed most recently.
    lastAccessedGatewayTime string
    [Output only] The most recent time at which the device accessed the gateway specified in last_accessed_gateway.
    gateway_auth_method str
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gateway_type str
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    last_accessed_gateway_id str
    [Output only] The ID of the gateway the device accessed most recently.
    last_accessed_gateway_time str
    [Output only] The most recent time at which the device accessed the gateway specified in last_accessed_gateway.
    gatewayAuthMethod String
    Indicates how to authorize and/or authenticate devices to access the gateway.
    gatewayType String
    Indicates whether the device is a gateway.
    lastAccessedGatewayId String
    [Output only] The ID of the gateway the device accessed most recently.
    lastAccessedGatewayTime String
    [Output only] The most recent time at which the device accessed the gateway specified in last_accessed_gateway.

    PublicKeyCredential, PublicKeyCredentialArgs

    Format PublicKeyCredentialFormat
    The format of the key.
    Key string
    The key data.
    format PublicKeyCredentialFormat
    The format of the key.
    key String
    The key data.
    format PublicKeyCredentialFormat
    The format of the key.
    key string
    The key data.
    format PublicKeyCredentialFormat
    The format of the key.
    key str
    The key data.

    PublicKeyCredentialFormat, PublicKeyCredentialFormatArgs

    UnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMATThe format has not been specified. This is an invalid default value and must not be used.
    RsaPem
    RSA_PEMAn RSA public key encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify RS256 signatures in JWT tokens (RFC7518).
    RsaX509Pem
    RSA_X509_PEMAs RSA_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    Es256Pem
    ES256_PEMPublic key for the ECDSA algorithm using P-256 and SHA-256, encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify JWT tokens with the ES256 algorithm (RFC7518). This curve is defined in OpenSSL as the prime256v1 curve.
    Es256X509Pem
    ES256_X509_PEMAs ES256_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    PublicKeyCredentialFormatUnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMATThe format has not been specified. This is an invalid default value and must not be used.
    PublicKeyCredentialFormatRsaPem
    RSA_PEMAn RSA public key encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify RS256 signatures in JWT tokens (RFC7518).
    PublicKeyCredentialFormatRsaX509Pem
    RSA_X509_PEMAs RSA_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    PublicKeyCredentialFormatEs256Pem
    ES256_PEMPublic key for the ECDSA algorithm using P-256 and SHA-256, encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify JWT tokens with the ES256 algorithm (RFC7518). This curve is defined in OpenSSL as the prime256v1 curve.
    PublicKeyCredentialFormatEs256X509Pem
    ES256_X509_PEMAs ES256_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    UnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMATThe format has not been specified. This is an invalid default value and must not be used.
    RsaPem
    RSA_PEMAn RSA public key encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify RS256 signatures in JWT tokens (RFC7518).
    RsaX509Pem
    RSA_X509_PEMAs RSA_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    Es256Pem
    ES256_PEMPublic key for the ECDSA algorithm using P-256 and SHA-256, encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify JWT tokens with the ES256 algorithm (RFC7518). This curve is defined in OpenSSL as the prime256v1 curve.
    Es256X509Pem
    ES256_X509_PEMAs ES256_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    UnspecifiedPublicKeyFormat
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMATThe format has not been specified. This is an invalid default value and must not be used.
    RsaPem
    RSA_PEMAn RSA public key encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify RS256 signatures in JWT tokens (RFC7518).
    RsaX509Pem
    RSA_X509_PEMAs RSA_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    Es256Pem
    ES256_PEMPublic key for the ECDSA algorithm using P-256 and SHA-256, encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify JWT tokens with the ES256 algorithm (RFC7518). This curve is defined in OpenSSL as the prime256v1 curve.
    Es256X509Pem
    ES256_X509_PEMAs ES256_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMAT
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMATThe format has not been specified. This is an invalid default value and must not be used.
    RSA_PEM
    RSA_PEMAn RSA public key encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify RS256 signatures in JWT tokens (RFC7518).
    RSA_X509_PEM
    RSA_X509_PEMAs RSA_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    ES256_PEM
    ES256_PEMPublic key for the ECDSA algorithm using P-256 and SHA-256, encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify JWT tokens with the ES256 algorithm (RFC7518). This curve is defined in OpenSSL as the prime256v1 curve.
    ES256_X509_PEM
    ES256_X509_PEMAs ES256_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    "UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMAT"
    UNSPECIFIED_PUBLIC_KEY_FORMATThe format has not been specified. This is an invalid default value and must not be used.
    "RSA_PEM"
    RSA_PEMAn RSA public key encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify RS256 signatures in JWT tokens (RFC7518).
    "RSA_X509_PEM"
    RSA_X509_PEMAs RSA_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
    "ES256_PEM"
    ES256_PEMPublic key for the ECDSA algorithm using P-256 and SHA-256, encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- and -----END PUBLIC KEY-----. This can be used to verify JWT tokens with the ES256 algorithm (RFC7518). This curve is defined in OpenSSL as the prime256v1 curve.
    "ES256_X509_PEM"
    ES256_X509_PEMAs ES256_PEM, but wrapped in an X.509v3 certificate (RFC5280), encoded in base64, and wrapped by -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.

    PublicKeyCredentialResponse, PublicKeyCredentialResponseArgs

    Format string
    The format of the key.
    Key string
    The key data.
    Format string
    The format of the key.
    Key string
    The key data.
    format String
    The format of the key.
    key String
    The key data.
    format string
    The format of the key.
    key string
    The key data.
    format str
    The format of the key.
    key str
    The key data.
    format String
    The format of the key.
    key String
    The key data.

    StatusResponse, StatusResponseArgs

    Code int
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    Details List<ImmutableDictionary<string, string>>
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    Message string
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    Code int
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    Details []map[string]string
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    Message string
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code Integer
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details List<Map<String,String>>
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message String
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code number
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details {[key: string]: string}[]
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message string
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code int
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details Sequence[Mapping[str, str]]
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message str
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code Number
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details List<Map<String>>
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message String
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.

    Package Details

    Repository
    Google Cloud Native pulumi/pulumi-google-native
    License
    Apache-2.0
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    Google Cloud Native is in preview. Google Cloud Classic is fully supported.

    Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi