You can set the following types of conditions in alerts.
Use Equal To or Not Equal To to create an alert based on a specific string of text or numbers.
Use Contains or Not Contains to create an alert based on the inclusion or exclusion of specified text or numbers.
Use Is Empty or Not Empty to create an alert based on whether or not there is a string of text.
For example, to create an alert for the CommCell named "North America West," configure CommCell Name Equal To North America West, or CommCell Name Contains North America.
Use Less Than, More Than, Equal To, or Not Equal To to create an alert based on particular numeric values. For example, to create an alert for changes in Application Size, specify Application Size More Than 12 GB, or Application Size Less Than 1 TB.
Date and Time
Use In Last, Beyond Last, In Next, and Beyond Next to create an alert based on a particular time frame. For example, to create an alert for data collection during a date range, specify Collection Time In Last 30 days, or Collection Time Beyond Last 1 month.
Use Contains or Equal To to create a Date and Time alert based on a string of text. For example, to create an alert for the last job on a client ending in a particular month, specify Last Job End Time Contains Jul.
Value-based in Health Report
Use values to create an alert based on a provided condition, such as "30 Day SLA is," and then enter an appropriate value. For example, to create an alert for a low SLA percentage, specify 30 Day SLA is Less Than 90%.
Status in Health Report
Use Status Is to create an alert based on the configured status types, such as Critical, Warning or Good. For example, to create an alert for a critical SLA percentage, specify 30 day SLA's status is Critical.
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