Assured Workloads API (assuredworkloads:v1)


1 new method


  • assuredworkloads.organizations.locations.workloads.analyzeWorkloadMove

      Parameter Order: target



          Description: Optional. List of asset types to be analyzed, including and under the source resource. If empty, all assets are analyzed. The complete list of asset types is available [here](

          Type: string

          Location: query

          Repeated: Yes


          Type: integer

          Location: query

          Description: Optional. Page size. If a value is not specified, the default value of 10 is used.

          Format: int32


          Location: query

          Description: The source type is a project. Specify the project's relative resource name, formatted as either a project number or a project ID: "projects/{PROJECT_NUMBER}" or "projects/{PROJECT_ID}" For example: "projects/951040570662" when specifying a project number, or "projects/my-project-123" when specifying a project ID.

          Type: string


          Type: string

          Required: Yes

          Pattern: ^organizations/[^/]+/locations/[^/]+/workloads/[^/]+$

          Location: path

          Description: Required. The resource ID of the folder-based destination workload. This workload is where the source resource will hypothetically be moved to. Specify the workload's relative resource name, formatted as: "organizations/{ORGANIZATION_ID}/locations/{LOCATION_ID}/workloads/{WORKLOAD_ID}" For example: "organizations/123/locations/us-east1/workloads/assured-workload-2"


          Type: string

          Description: Optional. The page token from the previous response. It needs to be passed in the second and following requests.

          Location: query


      HTTP Method: GET

      Path: v1/{+target}:analyzeWorkloadMove

      Flat Path: v1/organizations/{organizationsId}/locations/{locationsId}/workloads/{workloadsId}:analyzeWorkloadMove

      Description: Analyzes a hypothetical move of a source resource to a target workload to surface compliance risks. The analysis is best effort and is not guaranteed to be exhaustive.