Blueshift uses Amazon S3 buckets to store data, reports (campaign activity, segment, template), audit trail logs, and so on. You can import this data for your own custom workflows or data warehouse applications.
If you don't want to use the S3 bucket provided by Blueshift and want to export campaign activity and automatic campaign reports to your own Amazon S3 bucket, contact email@example.com to set up data replication.
You can find the details for the S3 bucket and the credentials in the Account Settings > API keys tab. The account Admin role can access the S3 folder credentials from the Account settings page.
The following table lists the various folders and the information that is available in the folders in the S3 bucket.
Audit trail records. Generated once a day.
CSV files in .gz format:
Daily campaign detail summary statistics at trigger or experiment level.
Note: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enable automatic campaign reports for your account.
|Campaign activity data. This data can be accessed by using webhooks. Error data for any errors that occur when you access this folder using webhooks is also stored in a sub-folder. Frequency is daily.
User campaign activity reports. Blueshift captures and archives all campaign activity (sends, clicks, opens, delivered, and so on) to your S3 bucket. The data is batched and written to the folder every 5 mins.
|Daily exports of statistics at a campaign level. This is no longer recommended. Please use automatic_campaign_reports going forward.
|Contains execution statistics, rendered templates for debugging/test campaigns, precomputed campaign segments, holdout users for automatic winner selection, data to be exported for segment reports and so on.
Catalogs exported from Blueshift.
The catalog is exported in CSV format and the filename is <catalog name>_<date>.csv. If all catalogs are exported, the filename is export_catalog_<date>.csv.
|Contains catalog file imports and error reports (in sub-folder).
|Blueshift generated events like price_change, back_in_stock, and so on.
Contains the click reports for creatives.
Sub-folder click_reports: click reports by date.
Sub-folder raw_clicks: click data.
|Any custom list files that are imported.
Any user import files that are processed.
The user_updates sub-folder contains logs for user updates made using APIs.
Blueshift generated derived events. For example, price drop, back in stock, and so on.
|Backend processing errors that might occur during user processing.
|Any events that are sent to Blueshift using file upload or the API.
|Processed file uploads for recommendations or events.
|Upload file imports for recommendations or events.
|Campaign reports that are exported from the Dashboard on demand.
|File imports related to promotions.
|Contains data for segments that are exported.
|Scheduled segment exports.
File uploaded to various syndication destinations.
Also contains intermediate files that are aggregated by syndications.
|User campaign interaction raw data.