In Oracle, the configuration for Email (SMTP) and webhook is configured in the same Alert rule. Hence, this section will explain both methods in the same configuration.

In the Left Menu, Administration select Alert Rules > Services (select Monitoring) and Create Alert Rule and you will see the interface to configure the rule as below.

Provide a Rule Name and Enable the Rule. Then you can alert based on entity types or individual entities, In this example, we are configuring based on Individual Entity. Choose the entity that you are monitoring to send alerts. This is shown below

You can select the Add Condition, and set the condition for the alert or threshold. Set the relevant value (eg, Warning and Critical) as seen below.

Next select the Use Custom Message and insert the formatted text in all the three message box (Warning, Critical and Clear). This will ensure the data values are sent over to sendQuick when the event happens. This is shown below and the text is display below as well.

{“metric”:”CPUUtilization”,”actualValue”:”%{sys.value}%”,”operator”:”%{sys.operator}%”,”warningThreshold”:”%{sys.warningThreshold}%”,”criticalThreshold”:”%{sys.criticalThreshold}%”}

Use Custom Message Configuration

Then, select Notifications and you can choose to send using Email or Integration (webhook). Since we had configured the various Notification Channels earlier, the item are ready for selection in the next two Figures below.

Once this is completed, select Save at the top right corner and you will see a summary of Alert Rules as displayed below.

Alert Rules Summary

You can create more rules, as desired and use either Email or webhook to send the notifications to sendQuick.

Upon completion, you can start using sendQuick onCloud and configure all the filter/policies and user roster to receive the alerts on their phones. For more sendQuick onCloud configuration, refer to sendQuick onCloud User Manual or Video Tutorial.