This is the exact time the alarm was detected. These times can then be correlated to other events that may be occurring on the web site (such as content updates or the modification of a server configuration).
This is the name given to the alarm when it was defined. When using the Alarm Definitions > Edit page to create alarms (discussed later in this chapter), the system automatically creates a name that includes descriptive information about the metric and statistic that triggers the alarm. The administrator may wish to assign a different name that represents the specific type of problem they are trying to identify. This name appears in all alarm reports.
This is the name of the resource that is the source of the alarm. For instance, if a server's response time has exceeded the maximum allowed response time, then that server's IP would appear as the resource name. If a page end-to-end time for a specific web page exceeded a seven second threshold, then the web page URL would appear as the resource name.