» avi_alertconfig

This data source is used to to get avi_alertconfig objects.

» Example Usage

data "avi_alertconfig" "foo_alertconfig" {
    uuid = "alertconfig-f9cf6b3e-a411-436f-95e2-2982ba2b217b"
    name = "foo"
}

» Argument Reference

  • name - (Optional) Search AlertConfig by name.
  • uuid - (Optional) Search AlertConfig by uuid.

» Attributes Reference

In addition to all arguments above, the following attributes are exported:

  • action_group_ref - The alert config will trigger the selected alert action, which can send notifications and execute a controlscript.
  • alert_rule - List of filters matching on events or client logs used for triggering alerts.
  • autoscale_alert - This alert config applies to auto scale alerts.
  • category - Determines whether an alert is raised immediately when event occurs (realtime) or after specified number of events occurs within rolling time window.
  • description - A custom description field.
  • enabled - Enable or disable this alert config from generating new alerts.
  • expiry_time - An alert is expired and deleted after the expiry time has elapsed.
  • name - Name of the alert configuration.
  • obj_uuid - Uuid of the resource for which alert was raised.
  • object_type - The object type to which the alert config is associated with.
  • recommendation - Placeholder for description of property recommendation of obj type alertconfig field type string type str.
  • rolling_window - Only if the number of events is reached or exceeded within the time window will an alert be generated.
  • source - Signifies system events or the type of client logsused in this alert configuration.
  • summary - Summary of reason why alert is generated.
  • tenant_ref - It is a reference to an object of type tenant.
  • threshold - An alert is created only when the number of events meets or exceeds this number within the chosen time frame.
  • throttle - Alerts are suppressed (throttled) for this duration of time since the last alert was raised for this alert config.
  • uuid - Unique object identifier of the object.