Adding an alert to your policy allows you to stay informed of any issues that may arise. You can configure an alert to when you add an alert, you need to configure the conditions for which that alert will be triggered and what actions should be taken to resolve the issue. You can also escalate the alert if it is not resolved.
Condition, Action, and Escalation Options for Alerts
You can set the performance thresholds for monitors which determines when an alert is triggered. Set a condition for all monitors.
NOTE: A condition will only work if the associated monitor is enabled for a device. For example, the CPU monitor must be enabled for an alert to work on CPU over 90%.
Foglight NMS can take action on a device if the conditions are met.
You can set up a notification to be sent when an alert has not been reset or addressed for a specific period of time. For example, if an alert is not reset after 30 minutes, Foglight NMS will send another notification to the entire IT Department.
New Reset Condition
You can set the performance thresholds that need to be met in order for an alert to be reset. This option ensures that the device returns to optimal performance.