What's On Deck for Alerts: Change In Default for Policy Creation

Hi folks!

This week, starting with a few accounts, we will be changing the default behavior when you create a new alert policy. The “Correlate and suppress noise” box will now be checked by default. We will gradually enable more accounts as we hear feedback.

This is only a default setting, so you will still be able to uncheck the box if you wish.

Leaving the box checked will connect the policy to the “decisions” feature (documented at this link). This feature will intelligently group your incidents and issues, so that noise is reduced.

If you are working from

  • an account in the EU datacenter who has not already consented to having your data stored in the US,
  • a HIPPAA-enabled account,
  • or a FedRamp account,

the behavior will not change, and the default will continue to be that this box is left unchecked.

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Hi @Fidelicatessen could you please share more info on what it actually does and how it works?
Thanks!

Hi @kevin.laureano

could you please share more info on what it actually does and how it works?

The documentation linked in my post goes into great detail on that. Here’s the link again: Change applied intelligence correlation logic with decisions | New Relic Documentation

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Ahh thanks, I missed the link. The link text in this new page format is not as obvious.

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