#JNUC: Leveraging the New JSS Events API

matt_anderson
New Contributor

In this session we'll be outlining the JSS Events API. What is it? How is it different from current APIs? We'll give an overview of the API and then dive into some coding demos that will hopefully spark some ideas on how best to use this new interface.

Do you have any ideas about actions you would like to take based on events occurring within the JSS? Leave a comment and let us know.

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b_mike
New Contributor III

Great talk - really looking forward to seeing how this can work with the REST API.

matt_anderson
New Contributor

Thanks to all who attended this session and your interest in the JSS Events API. Here are the resources we promised: http://786fb9eea3919113d574-1d88dfb2a2d1be7c0fe3aeb681d4fb92.r62.cf2.rackcdn.com/EventsAPI_Resources....

The zip file contains a draft of the documentation and three of the examples from the session (email notification, integration with the REST API, and executing a script).

rcuza
New Contributor

Do these resources apply to JSS version 9.2 and 9.21? Is there additional documentation on how to leverage the JSS Events API for running a script on a computer check in?

localhorst
Contributor

@rcuza I can confirm that the Events API still works for 9.5. Computer check-in is are one possible event type (ComputerCheckIn ) you could register your implementation of the JAMFEventNotificationMonitor against.