# Events API

Baselime can ingest your events through our Events API. All requests should be made via HTTPS to events.baselime.io.

curl -X 'POST' 'https://events.baselime.io/v1/<dataset>/<namespace>' \
  -H 'x-api-key: $BASELIME_API_KEY' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  -d '[

# Request Format

Each request ingests a batch of events into Baselime. Events are part of the request body. Baselime supports Content-Type application/json.


Requests must be made to the /<dataset>/<namespace> route:

  • <dataset> is an existing dataset
  • <namespace> is created automatically for you when events are received, if it didn't exist beforehand

The request body must be an array of JSON objects. Any element of the array that cannot be parsed as valid JSON will be rejected.

# Authentication

The HTTP API requires a valid Baselime API key to be sent in the x-api-key request header.

You can get your API Key using the Baselime CLI.

baselime auth status

# Validation

The HTTP API validates the provided events and returns a 400 Bad Request status code if any of the events fail validation with a list of all the events that failed validation. If some events pass validation and others fail, we will ingest the events that pass validation. If you encounter a 400 Bad Request error when submitting events to the HTTP API, the events that failed validation will be listed in the body of the request under the invalid key.

# High-level requirements

  • Baselime accepts up to 6MB of uncompressed data per request
  • Each event must be a properly formatted JSON
  • Each event must be smaller than 32kb of uncompressed JSON

# Data types

Baselime supports basic data types for the value of each key or nested key of any event:

  • string
  • boolean
  • number

# API Response codes

The HTTP API will return the following response codes.

# Successfull responses

Status Code Body Meaning { class="compact" }
202 {"message": "Request Accepted"} All the events were successfully queued for ingestion

# Failure responses

Status Code Body Meaning { class="compact" }
405 {"message": "Method Not Allowed"} The HTTP method is now allowed
401 {"message": "Unauthorised"} Missing or invalid API Key
400 {"message": "Bad Request"} - Missing or invalid path parameters (v1, <dataset> or <namespace>)
- Unable to parse the request body as valid JSON
- Empty request body
- At least one of the events exceed the 32kb size limit
- At least one of the events could not be parsed as valid JSON