Governance

Event Based Action (Remediation)

The CloudOps dashboard offers increased cloud observability across different clouds. It offers a bird’s eye view of operations and brings to notice important issues which can have an impact on smooth cloud operations.

Information Section has a Threshold Alerts field which shows the number for Threshold and on extending the field it shows the details of the Alert.

Alerts that indicate that a metric is trespassing its preset threshold limit. An alert metric could be a spike in CPU usage or VM downtime.

Click on an alert for a more detailed view, analysis and methods of resolution.

Resolve threshold alerts, using the Resolve button provided next to each of the alerts.

There are three resolution actions available for Virtual Machines. The resolution actions will vary based on the resource types for which monitoring threshold is detected.Confidence level is calculated based on the previous actions performed by the users:

  1. Stop the virtual machine
  2. Start the virtual machine
  3. Resize the virtual machine

You can choose either of the actions and apply from here to resolve the alert.

Machine Learning Based Prediction:

The CloudOps dashboard offers increased cloud observability across different clouds. It offers a bird’s eye view of operations and brings to notice important issues which can have an impact on smooth cloud operations.

Threshold Alert:

Alerts that indicate that a metric is trespassing its preset threshold limit. An alert metric could be a spike in CPU usage or VM downtime.

Click on an alert for a more detailed view, analysis and methods of resolution.

Click the graph icon to view the utilization trend of a specific metric for which alert is received.

Metric utilization trends can be viewed for a day or over a week or over a month. Also, CoreStack’s machine learning capabilities forecasts the utilization trend for the next 15 days. This helps you to plan and take informed decisions.

The Utilization Trend is split into three sections: Observation, Prediction and Prescribe.

Observation:

This section showcases the deviations in the metric. There is a comparison of the average threshold of a given metric versus the recorded deviation. This list shows the top three deviations noted by the system.

Prediction:

This section determines the variation that the utilization of the metric will display in the next 24 hours and the next 7 days.

Prescribe:

In this section, you can rewrite the threshold condition, based on the usage. Depending on the average trend, the buffer value can be increased by say 20%, thereby changing the threshold limit. To change the threshold limit:

1. View the weekly average value, highlighted in the blue box. This is the base value on top of which the buffer limit is set. In this example it is 91.30

2. Next, use the drop-down menu to set the buffer value. Let’s choose 20%

3. As is seen, the recommended value is now 109.56, as provided in the red box. Click apply to set the new threshold limit.