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Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager 1.2 - User Guide (for AWS environments)

Adding a custom rule

The Rule Configuration dashboard shows a list of existing rules and a set of rule management commands at the top of the list. Use the Add Custom Rule button to create a new rule as needed.

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Rule Configuration.
The Rule Configuration dashboard opens.
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Click Add Custom Rule on the Rules table.
The Create Custom Rule dialog box opens.
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In the Create Custom Rule dialog box, specify the following:
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Select an Object Type, and then select a metric from the Metric drop-down list. The value of Metric varies from the Object Type.
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Select either Threshold or % Change, and then specify the following values as needed.
Threshold: Specify Condition, Time Period, Severity, and then specify whether or not fire actions if the specified data attempts are reached. The value of Condition cannot be negative.
% Change: Specify Condition, Time Period, and Severity Label. The value of Condition cannot be negative.
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(Optional) Notifications: Click Add New, then the Edit Notification Config - Dialog box appears. In this dialog box, type the E-mail Address and Description as needed, and then click Add.
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Click Save.
The Rules table refreshes automatically to show the newly added rule.

Removing custom rule(s)

The Rule Configuration dashboard shows a list of existing rules and a set of rule management commands at the top of the list. Use the Remove Custom Rule button to delete existing custom rule(s) as needed.

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Rule Configuration.
The Rule Configuration dashboard opens.
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Click Remove Custom Rule on the Rules table.
The Remove dialog box opens.
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Click Yes.
The Rules table refreshes automatically and removes the selected rule.

 

Administration Tab

The Administration tab of the Cloud Manager dashboard contains links to agent administration tasks that you can use to manage AWS performance agents.

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Administration in the actions bar.

For more information, see the following topics:

Tasks view

The Tasks view allows you to create an AWS agent, to create instance credentials, to assign AWS instances credentials, and to review license usage. For more information about how to create an AWS agent, refer to Creating an AWS Agent .

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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Administration.
The Administration dashboard opens.
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On the Tasks view, click Create Instance Credential, and then click User Name and Password from the prompted dialog box.
The Add a New “User Name and Password” Credential dialog box opens.
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In the Credential Properties view, type User Name and Password, confirm the password, and then click Next.
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In the Credential Name and Lockbox view, select a lockbox, and then click Next.
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In the Resource Mapping view, confirm the source mapping, and then click Next or Finish.
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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Administration.
The Administration dashboard opens.
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On the Tasks view, click Create Instance Credential, and then click RSA Key from the prompted dialog box.
The Add a New “RSA Key” Credential dialog box opens.
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In the Credential Properties view, type Private Key, Pass Phase, and User Name, then click Next.
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In the Credential Name and Lockbox view, select a lockbox, and then click Next.
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In the Resource Mapping view, confirm the source mapping, and then click Next or Finish.
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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Administration.
The Administration dashboard opens.
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On the Tasks view, click Assign AWS Instances Credentials.
The Credentials dialog box opens.
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In the Credentials dialog box, select a lockbox or credential, and then click the button.
The Assign Credential dialog box opens.
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In the Assign Credential dialog box, click Add.
The Choose Instance Dialog box opens, select an instance, and then click Select.
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The Choose Instance Dialog box closes, and the selected instance appears on the EC2 Instances table. Click save.
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On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
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Click Administration.
The Administration dashboard opens.
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On the Tasks view, click Review License Usage.
The Review License Usage dialog box opens.
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Click AWS in the Review License Usage dialog box to review the current AWS license information.
The AWS license table shows the Account, Monitoring Agent, and Monitored Instance Count of your license.
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Click the number in the Monitored Instance Count column.
The Instances dialog box opens and shows the detailed information about all monitored instances.
If the number of monitored instance goes beyond your valid license, the following message will shows on the Cloud Manager dashboard: “Caution: Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager is over-deployed by <number> monitored virtual machines. Please contact Quest to purchase additional licenses.
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