The alerts table is a configurable interface, available in our web UI, that allows you to view your alerts according to your preferences. It provides an overview of your aggregated alerts, helping you locate what you're looking for quickly and efficiently.
The alerts table is accessible via the Alerts tab in the navigation bar. This tab will only be visible on accounts with alerts and incidents enabled.
Alerts Table Columns
Your alerts may be filtered via the columns that appear in the alerts table. The type of filter (radio button or search) varies based on column data type.
The columns Severity, Summary, Source, Class, Component, and Group all map to PD-CEF fields, which can be easily included in your events with our new Events API v2. PD-CEF is currently available for Splunk, AWS CloudWatch, DataDog, Nagios, Sensu and Zabbix integrations.
Related Incident points to the incident your alerts are grouped under, and Service and Integration point to the service and integration your alerts are associated with.
Show and Hide columns
Using the Customize Columns button, users may show or hide the Related Incident, Service, Integration, Source, Class, Component and Group columns. Status, Severity, Summary and Created columns are automatically enabled, and cannot be removed from your view, which is why they appear in gray under the Customize Columns button.
Related Incident, Service, Integration and Source are automatically enabled, but can be hidden.
Interacting with your columns
Search filtering is enabled on the Summary, Related Incident, Integration, Source, Class, Component, and Group columns. Partial matches will be displayed, for example searching Prod will display prod04 and Prod03 in the results.
A majority of the columns in the table have sort capability. The default sort setting is by Status (Triggered, Triggered Suppressed, Resolved, Resolved Suppressed). Sortable columns will have a pair of arrows to the right of the column name. Click on the arrows to sort your alerts based on this column. Active sort filters will appear as a darker grey than the columns surrounding them.
Active Filters Bar
With the active filters bar you will never lose track of which filters are currently on. Column tags populate the bar, and filter icon highlight blue when filters are active. This bar appears at the top of your table.
Clearing Table Filters
Table filters can be cleared from within the Active Filters Bar by clicking the x next to each individual filter, or by clicking Clear all table filters. In the event that no results are found when a search filter is input, this may be removed by clicking the search icon a second time and clicking Clear filter.