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

Rule Configuration Tab

The Rule Configuration tab of the Cloud Manager dashboard contains links to rules and alarms tasks that you can use to manage Azure rules and alarms.

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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 in the actions bar.

For more information, see the following topics:

Rules view

By default, the following columns are displayed in the Rules view:

Enabled: Indicates if the rule is enabled or disabled . You can sort the list of rules by state, by clicking the Enabled column.
Rule: Contains the rule name. Click the rule name to start the workflow for viewing and editing rule details.
Alarms: Contains the number of alarms (multiple-severity rules only) generated by the rule. Clicking that column shows a list of alarms indicating for each alarm its severity, when the alarm was generated, and the alarm message.
Applies to: Shows the object name that is applied to this custom rule.
Description: Contains the rule description.

Enabling/Disabling 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 Enable Rule and Disable Rule buttons to activate or deactivate one or multiple rules at once.

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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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On the Rules list, select one or more check boxes in the left-most column, and then click Enable Rule.
The Enable Rules dialog box opens.
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In the Enable Rules dialog box, click Yes.
The Rules list refreshes with the rules’ status updated automatically.
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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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On the Rules list, select one or more check boxes in the left-most column, and then click Disable Rule.
The Disable Rules dialog box opens.
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In the Disable Rules dialog box, click Yes.
The Rules list refreshes with the rules’ status updated automatically.

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.
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