Get Container Names
Returns an array of strings containing all container names.
Refer to the following example cURL command:
$ curl -k \
-u <USER> \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
-X GET \
- offset integer
Offsets the result to a specific report count. Offset starts from 0.
- limit integer
Number of reports to retrieve in a page. For PCCE, the maximum limit is 250. For PCEE, the maximum limit is 50. The default value is 50.
- search string
Retrieves the result for a search term.
- sort string
Sorts the result using a key. Refer to the columns in the relevant Prisma Cloud Compute user interface to use them as sort keys.
- reverse boolean
Sorts the result in reverse order.
- collections string
Filters the result based on collection names that you have defined in Prisma Cloud Compute.
- provider string
Scopes the query by cloud provider.
- accountIDs string
Filters the result based on cloud account IDs.
- resourceIDs string
Scopes the query by resource ID.
- region string
Scopes the query by cloud region.
- fields string
Retrieves the fields that you need in a report. Use the list of fields you want to retrieve. By default, the result shows all fields of data.
- hostname string
Hosts is used to filter containers by host.
- image string
Images is used to filter containers by image name.
- imageId string
ImageIDs is used to filter containers by image ids.
- id string
IDs is used to filter container by container ID.
- profileId string
ProfileIDs is used to filter container by runtime profile ID.
- namespaces string
Namespaces are the namespaces to filter.
- firewallSupported boolean
FirewallSupported is used to fetch containers with app firewall supported.
- clusters string
Clusters is used to filter containers by cluster name.
- complianceIDs int
ComplianceIDs is used to filter containers by compliance IDs.
- agentless boolean
Agentless indicates that we should return only containers that were scanned by an agentless scanner.
- Example (from schema)
- Array [