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Notifications on Runtime Manager

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Overview

Notifications are standard messages that appear in the Runtime Manager console to provide status information about your applications. You can access them via the bell icon on the top-right corner of the console. When you have new notifications, the bell turns red.

You can also set up email Alerts that can be sent to any email address to warn whenever a certain event has occurred. Notifications are currently only produced by applications deployed to CloudHub, for applications deployed on-premises, you should use Alerts.

Managing Notifications

Each notification has a priority level and a message associated with it. If the notification is associated with a specific application, the application name is also provided.

AlertMessage

Click Show All Notifications to view all notifications including those that have already been read.

Standard Notifications

For applications deployed to CloudHub, certain events that may occur to one of your applications will automatically produce a notification:

Event Message

Worker will restart

A worker <ip> has become unresponsive. Restarting the worker.

Worker has restarted

Restart SUCCEEDED for worker <ip>.

Worker restart failed

Restart FAILED for worker <ip>.

Maximum Restarts attempted for a worker

We’ve reached the maximum amount of restart attempts.

Worker needs restarting, but restarts are disabled

A worker <ip> has become unresponsive. Restarts are disabled.

Custom Notifications

On applications that are deployed to CloudHub, you can create custom notifictions using the CloudHub connector that must priorly exist in your application.

  1. Download the CloudHub connector from the Anypoint Exchange

    cloudhub connector

  2. Place an instance of the CloudHub connector in one of your project’s flows, to be triggered when something meaningful happens

  3. Configure the connector. In the Operation field select Create Notification and then set the Domain, Message and Priority for it.

    You should now be receiving notifications from here

  4. You may also want to set up email alerts to inform you when one of these custom events occurs. For setting up these alerts, see Alerts on Runtime Manager. You must create an alert of type Custom Notification Alert that matches your custom notification.

See the Custom Application Alerts tutorial.