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Alarm Logging to Private Sites

Article ID: 92
Last updated: 09 Jan, 2015

CloudReady can distribute alarms and alarm resolutions to private sites that you have deployed behind the firewall. This feature can be used for integration with on-premise operations systems and consoles.

How to Enable

Private site alarm logging can be enabled by clicking on the Manage Private Sites link and then clicking 'Edit' for the site that you would like to enable logging for. In the edit page for a site, click the 'Log Alarms to this Site' checkbox. 

Alarms and alarm resolutions are distributed to as many sites that you enable. The alarm and resolution data is distributed to the sites in near real-time.

How to Integrate

Currently the alarm data, with URLs and meta-data about the alarm and sensor,  is written to an alarms.log file in the C:\ProgramData\Exoprise\ExoSvcShell directory. The alarm data is written using the JSON format.

The alarms.log file is managed carefully so as not to fill up a disk. The log file will not grow larger then 10mb and one backup copy will be kept.

NT Event Log Integration

You can also configure the alarm data to log to the local Application NT Event log where the private site is located. This can make integration with your on-premise alarm management systems very easy. Click 'Log Alarms to the Windows Event Log' to enable this feature.

Also read
document NT Event Log Format Description

Also listed in
folder CloudReady Monitor -> Data Export and Sharing

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