Coralogix’s ‘New Value’ alert is triggered by the first occurrence of a value within a time interval. All values are tested against a list that is being created while the alert is active. The alert trigger is set by a specific query defined for the key of choice and the interval.
In many use cases, this alert enables you to detect a possible abnormal behavior within your system, automatically.
Few use cases examples for this alerts type will be:
Monitoring: Alert will be triggered by a new application error code. Many applications send an ‘error_code’ field. A new value for this field indicates a new issue with the Application.
Go to the Alerts tab, open a new alert, and name it. Then, select the ‘New Value’ alert type. Enter a query that will identify the subsets of logs that will be tracked. Select the time frame (between 12H and 3 months) and the actual key that will be tracked for new values. It is good practice to verify that the selected field exists in the logs you are matching with the query filter.
Snooze alerts was made for those cases where the alert was triggered and handled and there’s no need for further notifications while you are focused in resolving the issue
Snooze or disable snooze
Snoozed alert tooltip:
If you are already a Coralogix customer and have any questions please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If not, you can try this feature for free by signing up for a free trial.