Configuration rules for docker

What actions can be performed on docker containers using configuration rules?

Configuration rules can be used to associate various monitor configurations to newly added docker containers. The following rules can be applied to docker containers:
  1. Mute container termination alerts
  2. Auto-discover docker containers
  3. Automatically remove terminated containers
To add these, please follow the below steps:
  1. Log in to Site24x7.
  2. Go to Admin > Inventory > Configuration Rules. Click on Add Rule.
  3. Select the Monitor Type as Docker.
  4. Select the desired action(s) to be performed on your docker containers. 
  5. Save your changes.


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