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Resource groups

This page was generated from content adapted from the AWS Developer Guide

Updating groups

  • Note You can update only resource groups that you own. The Owner column shows account ownership for each resource group. Any groups with an account owner other than the one you're signed in to were created in AWS License Manager. For more information, see Host resource groups in AWS License Manager in the License Manager User Guide.

Monitoring resource groups for changes

  • Important To successfully receive and respond to group events, you must make changes to both Resource Groups and EventBridge. You can perform the changes in any order, but no group events are published to EventBridge targets until after you make changes to both services. The resource group changes don't include changes to any tags attached to the resource group itself. To generate events based on tag changes to your groups, you must use an EventBridge rule that uses the aws.tag source, instead of the aws.resource-groups source. For more information, see Tag change events on AWS Resources in the Amazon EventBridge User Guide.

Service configurations

  • Note Because resource groups of this type are automatically created and maintained by AWS and not managed by the user, these resource groups do not count against your quota limit for the maximum number of resource groups that you can create in your AWS account.
  • Note To change any of these elements, you must modify the application using the AppRegistry console or that service's AWS SDK and AWS CLI operations.
  • Note Because resource groups of this type are automatically created and maintained by AWS and not managed by the user, these resource groups do not count against your quota limit for the maximum number of resource groups that you can create in your AWS account.
  • Note To change any of these elements, you must modify the application using the AppRegistry console or equivalent AWS SDK and AWS CLI operations.