Last updated：2020-06-18 12:04:54
To detect the change in the state of a service, create an alarm policy to trigger the alarm to promptly notify the change.
The alarm policy contains the following parts:
Alarm policy type: This includes the cloud product type, for example: KEC or EIP.
Alarm rules: Configure rules for the selected cloud product. For example, the disk utilization is greater than 80%, and the memory utilization is greater than 50% for the KEC.
Associated instance: Configure the associated instance. The alarm will be given when the instance triggers the alarm rule.
Alarm recipient: The alarm recipient defines the recipient of the alarm meeting the alert policy and receives the notification (email or SMS) after the rule is triggered.
Default policy: The default policy is to simplify the user operation. A policy is specified as the default policy, and the product purchased newly will be associated with this default policy automatically without having to configure it again.
|Alarm policy||The alarm policy includes the alarm rule, alarm instance and alarm recipient.|
|Product type||Naming of Kingsoft Cloud products, such as KEC and EIP.|
|Alarm rule||The associated instance and alarm rule are an “or” relationship, and if any instance meets a rule, the alarm will be sent.|
|Alarm object||An alarm policy can be associated with multiple instances, and when any instance triggers the alarm rule, the alarm will be sent to the alarm recipient|
|Alarm recipient||Multiple groups and individuals can be configured to receive the alarm simultaneously|
|Default policy||Each cloud product has and only has one default policy, which can be modified but cannot be removed.|
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