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Reboot Redshift Cluster

Automatically reboot a cluster in response to threshold violation or monitor status change events.


  • You must have enabled Amazon Redshift Integration.
  • You must have active monitored RedShift data warehouse clusters in your Site24x7 subscription account.

Required Permissions

Site24x7 makes use of the RedShift API to call the reboot cluster operation. Please make sure the following write-level action(s) are present in the IAM policy assigned to the Site24x7 entity (IAM or Role).

  • redshift:RebootCluster

Create an action profile

  • Open the Site24x7 web console. Choose Admin from the left navigation pane.
  • Choose IT Automation Templates.
  • Click on the icon, choose Redshift Cluster Reboot as the Type.
  • For Display Name, type in an appropriate text.
  • For Action to be performed, keep the default.
  • Click on the icon, choose the clusters where you want the action to be executed from the dropdown.
  • Configure a suitable Max Allowed Action Execution Time. This determines the maximum number of seconds Site24x7 will wait before request times out.
  • Share automation results via an email to your User Alert Group configured in the Notification Profile. This email will contain parameters including the automation name, type of automation, incident reason, destination hosts, and more.
  • Choose Save.

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