ZUIDs Unique Identifiers
A ZUID ( Unique Identifier) is a unique hash that is assign to every resource created by the API. A ZUID is used to access resources through API, control permissions, and identified resource types.
  • A ZUID is a string
  • A ZUID is typically 15-20 characters in length, but may be up to 50 characters
  • A ZUID contains 3 components, separated by hyphens/dashes
A ZUID is made of three parts separated by hyphens. See this example:
  1. 1.
    An Integer that identifies the resource type. Types documented here)
  2. 2.
    Time Encoded as a String
  3. 3.
    A Random Alphanumeric String