Alert logging

Alert logging lets you keep track of when your alerts were triggered and when you were notified about it. The logs includes the following details:

  • Date: The date of the alert notification. The frequency varies according to your alert configuration.
  • Notification: The status of the notification.
  • Report: A link to the static report for that alert notification. See Static reports to learn more.

Here is a list of notification statuses available:

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Static reports

Having a dedicated log for static reports allows you to visualize, analyze, and understand the results of your alert. Here are some advantages of consulting static reports:

  • Comprehensive insights: Provide a detailed record of the alert's behavior over time. The data presented can drive deeper analysis
  • Historical context: Offers a historical perspective on changes, incidents, or trends in data, allowing you to spot patterns over different time periods.
  • Decision-making: You can refer to the information in the report to ensure the alert's logic meets your needs.
  • Communication and collaboration: Your team members can refer to the same source of information.

A static report contains your alert's data at a particular moment. The content of a static report depends on your choice of data to check and defined logic, and your alert's frequency selection defines its availabilty. For example, if you set a daily check at 06:00 UTC, a daily static report is available for you containing the data that triggered your alert and the number of times.

You can't open a static report if there is no information to show for a particular date.

To view a static report, select Open static report on the report column.

Use the filter () button to modify the rule condition and narrow down data visualization.