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As an Alerts User, I would like to be able to control the content in the subject and body of my alerts that are generated when using NRQL Alerting. Currently if we implement an alert using NRQL, there is no way to control what the alert actually says.
Example: In the event we create a NRQL Alert that selects process sample data:
SELECT percentage(uniquecount(hostname), WHERE processDisplayName like '%calico-node%' ) FROM ProcessSample WHERE `ec2Tag_FARM_ROLE` = 'kubernetes-worker' and ec2Tag_FARM = 'paas-kubernetes-production-east' SINCE 3 minutes ago UNTIL 2 minutes ago
If we title the alert - Calico running on Workers, the alert’s title is automatically generated saying:
ProcessSample query result is < 100 for 5 minutes in Calico running on Workers
We would like the ability to control the title as well as the body of the Alert so that we can provide a configurable message to the person on call.
Ideally we’d also have access to pre-defined variables we could also reference in the body / title for specific data/host information.
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