Application Real-Time Monitoring Service (ARMS) allows you to view all alert events and filter alert events based on the filter conditions that you specify on the Events page.

Go to the Events page

  1. Log on to the ARMS console .
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Alert Management > Alert Event History.

Events

The Events page displays all alert events, regardless of the resolution status of the alerts. You can view details of an alert event such as the name, the notification policy, the time when the alert event is generated, the number of events with the same name, the status of the alert event, the object for which the alert event is generated, and the type of the object.

Events

On the Events page, you can perform the following operations:

  • Search for a specific alert event: Specify filter conditions and click Search.
    Note To specify more filter conditions, turn on More.
    Parameter Description
    Event name The name of the alert rule based on which the alert is triggered.
    Integration Name The name of the service integration that reports the alert event.
    • ARMS-DEFAULT
    Event status The status of the alert event. Valid values:
    • Not recovered: An alert is generated every time the alert event is detected.
    • Silent: Within the specified time range, an alert is generated only when the alert event is detected for the first time.
    • Restored: Within the specified time range, alerts are not generated when the alert event is detected.
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    Event object The name of the object that is involved in the alert event. The object can be a monitoring task or a cluster.
    Object Type The type of the object that is involved in the alert event, such as browser monitoring, application monitoring, or Prometheus monitoring.
    Integration Type The type of the service integration that reports the alert event. Valid values:
    • Prometheus: self-managed Prometheus instances.
    • ARMS: the alert events that are reported by all features of ARMS.
    • Log Service: the alert events that are reported by Log Service.
    • Cloudmonitor: the alert events that are reported by CloudMonitor.
    • Custom Integration: the alert events that are reported by custom service integrations.
    • ARMS Browser Monitoring: the alert events that are reported by the browser monitoring feature of ARMS.
    • ARMS-Application Monitoring: the alert events that are reported by the application monitoring feature of ARMS.
    • ARMS-Prometheus monitoring: the alert events that are reported by Prometheus Service.
    • ARMS-Custom monitoring: the alert events that are reported by the custom monitoring feature of ARMS.
    • ARMS-tracing: the alert events that are reported by Tracing Analysis.
  • View details of a specific alert event: Click the alert event that you want to view. For more information, see View details of an alert event.
  • Send an alert event to a specified service integration: Click Send test events. In the dialog box that appears, configure Integration Name and Event Content and click OK.

View details of an alert event

You can view the basic information, monitoring data, and extended fields of an alert event on the Event Details page.

Event Details
In the Monitoring data section of the Event Details page, you can perform the following operations:
  • From the drop-down list in the Monitoring data section, select a specific period of time to display data before and after an alert is triggered. You can select six hours, twelve hours, or one day from the drop-down list.
  • Use the mouse to select a time range to view the specific statistics in the specified time range. To view the monitoring data that is generated within the original time range, click Reset.