API Events


The API Events tab within your node lists recent events associated with your DEPLOY Node. This tab provides an overview of your usage for the current billing period, a historical graph of API requests over the last 24 hours, and information about recent requests for troubleshooting.

The API Events tab is available on all DEPLOY nodes


The metrics boxes on the top of the API Events tab display an at-a-glance look at your API usage for the last month. These numbers are updated in near-real time and will represent the current usage on your node subscription.

Total Queries (month)

The Total Queries (month) metric indicates the total number of API queries performed during the current calendar month.

Total Queries (month)

Invalid Requests (month)

The Invalid Requests (month) metric indicates the number of API requests that didn't result in a success within the current calendar month. These could be requests that were malformed or that do not attempt to perform an unsupported action.

The Invalid Requests (month) metric

API Calls Graph

The API calls graph shows the total number of API calls in the previous 24 hours as well as a graph of API calls per hour. The x axis indicates the clock time of the request in your browser's local time, starts at now - 24 hours and ends at the current hour.

Hovering over a point in the API Calls graph will display the number of API calls in that hour.

Requests are counted toward the hour in which they occurred. For example a request at 07:49 would count toward the 07:00 count since it is between 07:00 and 07:59.

Recent Requests

In order to assist with debugging applications and to monitor usage, you can view the latest API requests in the Recent Requests section of the API Events tab.

This table lists the JSON-RPC methods called, the parameters passed, the time of the request, the time to response from the DEPLOY infrastructure, and the status code. The most recent API requests are at the top of the table and older requests are found further down on the table or on the subsequent pages. See Recent Requests for more information.