Suspend Alerts
  • 25 Sep 2020
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Serverless360 brings in a smart way to suspend the alerts triggered from a Composite Application. Consider a scenario in which a Service Bus Queue receives more than 100 messages every minute from an inventory system of an enterprise, now due to a known maintenance issue the inventory system stops sending messages for certain time period. Now monitoring such an resource for 100 messages every minute will start triggering alert. Now imagine what if a more number of resources are monitored using different monitors. It will result in triggering a more number of alerts.

To address this pain point Serverless360 has come up with the capability to suspend alerts from the Composite Application at one click. This operation can even be scheduled.

Suspending Alerts

All the alerts triggered from the composite application comprising of different azure resources can be suspended at one click. Below is the illustration of suspending the alerts from composite application.

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Scheduling Alert Suspension

The process of suspending the alerts can also be scheduled. The alerts triggered from the composite application will be suspended at the scheduled alert suspension time and will resume at the alert resume time. Below is the illustration of scheduling the suspension of the alerts from composite application.

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