As an operator, you can use the Situations page to monitor ML-based situations. Each situation is represented as a tile in the view and can be investigated individually to close the situation or take a remediate action.
To monitor situations
Click Situations to view all situations.
Situation details such as the situation name, time of the situation, related event count, type (Policy-based or ML-based), severity, priority, status, and the incident ID associated with the situation appears. You can click the Situation name or the related events count to view the situation details.
You can search for a situation based on the name (case-sensitive).
The following MP4 shows how to use the Situations page to view data based on your requirement.
Use the situation filter to view situations based on their status. By default, the filter is set to display open situations. You can change it to All Situations or Closed to view situations accordingly. If you are searching for a situation, the results appear based on the selected filter.
Sorting is available for the Occurred, Severity, Priority, and Status columns. To customize the columns that appear on the list view, clickand clear the columns that you do not want to appear. Only selected columns appear on the Situations page.
Alternatively, click(Tile view) to view the situations as tiles with the severity (color-coded), priority (color-coded), event count for situations, status, and an Investigate option for each situation for closing it or remediating open events.
You can configure the advanced settings to display policy-based situations along with ML-based situations. The following image shows various situations in a tile view:
Where to go from here
Click a policy-based or ML-based situation tile to investigate and remediate the situation: