The Monitoring tab in Lumen Edge Services portal gives you options for viewing and creating details for status, logs, apps, checks, groups, incidents, contacts, and alert rules.
The Status display includes information on AVAILABILITY, RESPONSE TIME, OPEN INCIDENTS, and RECENT ACTIVITIES.
The Edge Services portal retains logs of data transmission which you can view. These logs detail events over periods of time across applications and instances in accounts. The Edge Services portal automatically sets up and configures logging for standard catalog items provisioned through the Edge Services portal, including Docker containers and virtual machines. A chart displays above the logs showing log counts over a selected period of time.
You can use pattern searches (based on Lucene search syntax) to search for specific logs. Refer to the syntax guide for more information.
Lumen Edge Services portal uses app monitors to display failures or impact events. You can configure and edit app monitors by adding checks. Checks help define the app monitor process, including the type and run frequency.
Lumen Edge Services portal provides a strong out-of-the-box monitoring feature that is composed of individual checks. Anything provisioned within Edge Services portal automatically gets a check created in the monitoring service. There are also several built-in check types that can be selected during the provisioning of service or instance types. These checks are organized into Groups and Apps.
Lumen Edge Services portal provides incident monitoring to reduce recovery time and prevent potential customer-facing impacts. View and add incidents so you can notify your team about outages that require immediate attention.
Alert rules enable you to configure when notifications are automatically sent to individuals. You can configure automatic notifications for checks, groups, and apps for specified recipients. You can add recipients to multiple alert rules with different delivery methods depending on the rule.
For example, you can create an alert rule to notify a specified list of recipients through email when a group encounters a critical condition.