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Dynatrace v0.10.0 published on Friday, Jun 7, 2024 by Pulumiverse

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Dynatrace v0.10.0 published on Friday, Jun 7, 2024 by Pulumiverse

    Create DatabaseAnomalies Resource

    Resources are created with functions called constructors. To learn more about declaring and configuring resources, see Resources.

    Constructor syntax

    new DatabaseAnomalies(name: string, args?: DatabaseAnomaliesArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def DatabaseAnomalies(resource_name: str,
                          args: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesArgs] = None,
                          opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    
    @overload
    def DatabaseAnomalies(resource_name: str,
                          opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                          db_connect_failures: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs] = None,
                          failure_rate: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs] = None,
                          load: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs] = None,
                          response_time: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs] = None)
    func NewDatabaseAnomalies(ctx *Context, name string, args *DatabaseAnomaliesArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*DatabaseAnomalies, error)
    public DatabaseAnomalies(string name, DatabaseAnomaliesArgs? args = null, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public DatabaseAnomalies(String name, DatabaseAnomaliesArgs args)
    public DatabaseAnomalies(String name, DatabaseAnomaliesArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: dynatrace:DatabaseAnomalies
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    

    Parameters

    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DatabaseAnomaliesArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DatabaseAnomaliesArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DatabaseAnomaliesArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DatabaseAnomaliesArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DatabaseAnomaliesArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    Example

    The following reference example uses placeholder values for all input properties.

    var databaseAnomaliesResource = new Dynatrace.DatabaseAnomalies("databaseAnomaliesResource", new()
    {
        DbConnectFailures = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs
        {
            ConnectionFailsCount = 0,
            EvalPeriod = 0,
        },
        FailureRate = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs
        {
            Auto = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAutoArgs
            {
                Absolute = 0,
                Relative = 0,
                Unknowns = "string",
            },
            Thresholds = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholdsArgs
            {
                Sensitivity = "string",
                Threshold = 0,
                Unknowns = "string",
            },
        },
        Load = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs
        {
            Drops = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDropsArgs
            {
                Minutes = 0,
                Percent = 0,
            },
            Spikes = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikesArgs
            {
                Minutes = 0,
                Percent = 0,
                Unknowns = "string",
            },
        },
        ResponseTime = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs
        {
            Auto = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAutoArgs
            {
                Load = "string",
                Milliseconds = 0,
                Percent = 0,
                SlowestMilliseconds = 0,
                SlowestPercent = 0,
                Unknowns = "string",
            },
            Thresholds = new Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholdsArgs
            {
                Load = "string",
                Milliseconds = 0,
                Sensitivity = "string",
                SlowestMilliseconds = 0,
                Unknowns = "string",
            },
        },
    });
    
    example, err := dynatrace.NewDatabaseAnomalies(ctx, "databaseAnomaliesResource", &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesArgs{
    	DbConnectFailures: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs{
    		ConnectionFailsCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    		EvalPeriod:           pulumi.Int(0),
    	},
    	FailureRate: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs{
    		Auto: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAutoArgs{
    			Absolute: pulumi.Int(0),
    			Relative: pulumi.Int(0),
    			Unknowns: pulumi.String("string"),
    		},
    		Thresholds: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholdsArgs{
    			Sensitivity: pulumi.String("string"),
    			Threshold:   pulumi.Int(0),
    			Unknowns:    pulumi.String("string"),
    		},
    	},
    	Load: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs{
    		Drops: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDropsArgs{
    			Minutes: pulumi.Int(0),
    			Percent: pulumi.Int(0),
    		},
    		Spikes: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikesArgs{
    			Minutes:  pulumi.Int(0),
    			Percent:  pulumi.Int(0),
    			Unknowns: pulumi.String("string"),
    		},
    	},
    	ResponseTime: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs{
    		Auto: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAutoArgs{
    			Load:                pulumi.String("string"),
    			Milliseconds:        pulumi.Int(0),
    			Percent:             pulumi.Int(0),
    			SlowestMilliseconds: pulumi.Int(0),
    			SlowestPercent:      pulumi.Int(0),
    			Unknowns:            pulumi.String("string"),
    		},
    		Thresholds: &dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholdsArgs{
    			Load:                pulumi.String("string"),
    			Milliseconds:        pulumi.Int(0),
    			Sensitivity:         pulumi.String("string"),
    			SlowestMilliseconds: pulumi.Int(0),
    			Unknowns:            pulumi.String("string"),
    		},
    	},
    })
    
    var databaseAnomaliesResource = new DatabaseAnomalies("databaseAnomaliesResource", DatabaseAnomaliesArgs.builder()
        .dbConnectFailures(DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs.builder()
            .connectionFailsCount(0)
            .evalPeriod(0)
            .build())
        .failureRate(DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs.builder()
            .auto(DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAutoArgs.builder()
                .absolute(0)
                .relative(0)
                .unknowns("string")
                .build())
            .thresholds(DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholdsArgs.builder()
                .sensitivity("string")
                .threshold(0)
                .unknowns("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .load(DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs.builder()
            .drops(DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDropsArgs.builder()
                .minutes(0)
                .percent(0)
                .build())
            .spikes(DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikesArgs.builder()
                .minutes(0)
                .percent(0)
                .unknowns("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .responseTime(DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs.builder()
            .auto(DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAutoArgs.builder()
                .load("string")
                .milliseconds(0)
                .percent(0)
                .slowestMilliseconds(0)
                .slowestPercent(0)
                .unknowns("string")
                .build())
            .thresholds(DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholdsArgs.builder()
                .load("string")
                .milliseconds(0)
                .sensitivity("string")
                .slowestMilliseconds(0)
                .unknowns("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .build());
    
    database_anomalies_resource = dynatrace.DatabaseAnomalies("databaseAnomaliesResource",
        db_connect_failures=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs(
            connection_fails_count=0,
            eval_period=0,
        ),
        failure_rate=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs(
            auto=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAutoArgs(
                absolute=0,
                relative=0,
                unknowns="string",
            ),
            thresholds=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholdsArgs(
                sensitivity="string",
                threshold=0,
                unknowns="string",
            ),
        ),
        load=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs(
            drops=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDropsArgs(
                minutes=0,
                percent=0,
            ),
            spikes=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikesArgs(
                minutes=0,
                percent=0,
                unknowns="string",
            ),
        ),
        response_time=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs(
            auto=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAutoArgs(
                load="string",
                milliseconds=0,
                percent=0,
                slowest_milliseconds=0,
                slowest_percent=0,
                unknowns="string",
            ),
            thresholds=dynatrace.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholdsArgs(
                load="string",
                milliseconds=0,
                sensitivity="string",
                slowest_milliseconds=0,
                unknowns="string",
            ),
        ))
    
    const databaseAnomaliesResource = new dynatrace.DatabaseAnomalies("databaseAnomaliesResource", {
        dbConnectFailures: {
            connectionFailsCount: 0,
            evalPeriod: 0,
        },
        failureRate: {
            auto: {
                absolute: 0,
                relative: 0,
                unknowns: "string",
            },
            thresholds: {
                sensitivity: "string",
                threshold: 0,
                unknowns: "string",
            },
        },
        load: {
            drops: {
                minutes: 0,
                percent: 0,
            },
            spikes: {
                minutes: 0,
                percent: 0,
                unknowns: "string",
            },
        },
        responseTime: {
            auto: {
                load: "string",
                milliseconds: 0,
                percent: 0,
                slowestMilliseconds: 0,
                slowestPercent: 0,
                unknowns: "string",
            },
            thresholds: {
                load: "string",
                milliseconds: 0,
                sensitivity: "string",
                slowestMilliseconds: 0,
                unknowns: "string",
            },
        },
    });
    
    type: dynatrace:DatabaseAnomalies
    properties:
        dbConnectFailures:
            connectionFailsCount: 0
            evalPeriod: 0
        failureRate:
            auto:
                absolute: 0
                relative: 0
                unknowns: string
            thresholds:
                sensitivity: string
                threshold: 0
                unknowns: string
        load:
            drops:
                minutes: 0
                percent: 0
            spikes:
                minutes: 0
                percent: 0
                unknowns: string
        responseTime:
            auto:
                load: string
                milliseconds: 0
                percent: 0
                slowestMilliseconds: 0
                slowestPercent: 0
                unknowns: string
            thresholds:
                load: string
                milliseconds: 0
                sensitivity: string
                slowestMilliseconds: 0
                unknowns: string
    

    DatabaseAnomalies Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The DatabaseAnomalies resource accepts the following input properties:

    DbConnectFailures Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    FailureRate Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    Load Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoad
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    ResponseTime Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    DbConnectFailures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    FailureRate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    Load DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    ResponseTime DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    dbConnectFailures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failureRate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load DatabaseAnomaliesLoad
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    responseTime DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    dbConnectFailures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failureRate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load DatabaseAnomaliesLoad
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    responseTime DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    db_connect_failures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failure_rate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    response_time DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    dbConnectFailures Property Map
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failureRate Property Map
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load Property Map
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    responseTime Property Map
    Configuration of response time degradation detection

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the DatabaseAnomalies resource produces the following output properties:

    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    Look up Existing DatabaseAnomalies Resource

    Get an existing DatabaseAnomalies resource’s state with the given name, ID, and optional extra properties used to qualify the lookup.

    public static get(name: string, id: Input<ID>, state?: DatabaseAnomaliesState, opts?: CustomResourceOptions): DatabaseAnomalies
    @staticmethod
    def get(resource_name: str,
            id: str,
            opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
            db_connect_failures: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs] = None,
            failure_rate: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs] = None,
            load: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs] = None,
            response_time: Optional[DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs] = None) -> DatabaseAnomalies
    func GetDatabaseAnomalies(ctx *Context, name string, id IDInput, state *DatabaseAnomaliesState, opts ...ResourceOption) (*DatabaseAnomalies, error)
    public static DatabaseAnomalies Get(string name, Input<string> id, DatabaseAnomaliesState? state, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public static DatabaseAnomalies get(String name, Output<String> id, DatabaseAnomaliesState state, CustomResourceOptions options)
    Resource lookup is not supported in YAML
    name
    The unique name of the resulting resource.
    id
    The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
    state
    Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
    opts
    A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
    resource_name
    The unique name of the resulting resource.
    id
    The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
    name
    The unique name of the resulting resource.
    id
    The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
    state
    Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
    opts
    A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
    name
    The unique name of the resulting resource.
    id
    The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
    state
    Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
    opts
    A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
    name
    The unique name of the resulting resource.
    id
    The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
    state
    Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
    opts
    A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
    The following state arguments are supported:
    DbConnectFailures Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    FailureRate Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    Load Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoad
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    ResponseTime Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    DbConnectFailures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    FailureRate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    Load DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    ResponseTime DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    dbConnectFailures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failureRate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load DatabaseAnomaliesLoad
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    responseTime DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    dbConnectFailures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failureRate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load DatabaseAnomaliesLoad
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    responseTime DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    db_connect_failures DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failure_rate DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    response_time DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs
    Configuration of response time degradation detection
    dbConnectFailures Property Map
    Parameters of the failed database connections detection. The alert is triggered when failed connections number exceeds connectionFailsCount during any timePeriodMinutes minutes period
    failureRate Property Map
    Configuration of failure rate increase detection
    load Property Map
    Configuration for anomalies regarding load drops and spikes
    responseTime Property Map
    Configuration of response time degradation detection

    Supporting Types

    DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailures, DatabaseAnomaliesDbConnectFailuresArgs

    ConnectionFailsCount int
    Number of failed database connections during any eval_period minutes period to trigger an alert
    EvalPeriod int
    The X minutes time period during which the connectionfailscount is evaluated
    ConnectionFailsCount int
    Number of failed database connections during any eval_period minutes period to trigger an alert
    EvalPeriod int
    The X minutes time period during which the connectionfailscount is evaluated
    connectionFailsCount Integer
    Number of failed database connections during any eval_period minutes period to trigger an alert
    evalPeriod Integer
    The X minutes time period during which the connectionfailscount is evaluated
    connectionFailsCount number
    Number of failed database connections during any eval_period minutes period to trigger an alert
    evalPeriod number
    The X minutes time period during which the connectionfailscount is evaluated
    connection_fails_count int
    Number of failed database connections during any eval_period minutes period to trigger an alert
    eval_period int
    The X minutes time period during which the connectionfailscount is evaluated
    connectionFailsCount Number
    Number of failed database connections during any eval_period minutes period to trigger an alert
    evalPeriod Number
    The X minutes time period during which the connectionfailscount is evaluated

    DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRate, DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateArgs

    Auto Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAuto
    Parameters of failure rate increase auto-detection. Example: If the expected error rate is 1.5%, and you set an absolute increase of 1%, and a relative increase of 50%, the thresholds will be: Absolute: 1.5% + 1% = 2.5% Relative: 1.5% + 1.5% * 50% = 2.25%
    Thresholds Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for failure rate increase detection
    Auto DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAuto
    Parameters of failure rate increase auto-detection. Example: If the expected error rate is 1.5%, and you set an absolute increase of 1%, and a relative increase of 50%, the thresholds will be: Absolute: 1.5% + 1% = 2.5% Relative: 1.5% + 1.5% * 50% = 2.25%
    Thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for failure rate increase detection
    auto DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAuto
    Parameters of failure rate increase auto-detection. Example: If the expected error rate is 1.5%, and you set an absolute increase of 1%, and a relative increase of 50%, the thresholds will be: Absolute: 1.5% + 1% = 2.5% Relative: 1.5% + 1.5% * 50% = 2.25%
    thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for failure rate increase detection
    auto DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAuto
    Parameters of failure rate increase auto-detection. Example: If the expected error rate is 1.5%, and you set an absolute increase of 1%, and a relative increase of 50%, the thresholds will be: Absolute: 1.5% + 1% = 2.5% Relative: 1.5% + 1.5% * 50% = 2.25%
    thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for failure rate increase detection
    auto DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAuto
    Parameters of failure rate increase auto-detection. Example: If the expected error rate is 1.5%, and you set an absolute increase of 1%, and a relative increase of 50%, the thresholds will be: Absolute: 1.5% + 1% = 2.5% Relative: 1.5% + 1.5% * 50% = 2.25%
    thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for failure rate increase detection
    auto Property Map
    Parameters of failure rate increase auto-detection. Example: If the expected error rate is 1.5%, and you set an absolute increase of 1%, and a relative increase of 50%, the thresholds will be: Absolute: 1.5% + 1% = 2.5% Relative: 1.5% + 1.5% * 50% = 2.25%
    thresholds Property Map
    Fixed thresholds for failure rate increase detection

    DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAuto, DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateAutoArgs

    Absolute int
    Absolute increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    Relative int
    Relative increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    Absolute int
    Absolute increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    Relative int
    Relative increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    absolute Integer
    Absolute increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    relative Integer
    Relative increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    absolute number
    Absolute increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    relative number
    Relative increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    absolute int
    Absolute increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    relative int
    Relative increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns str
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    absolute Number
    Absolute increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    relative Number
    Relative increase of failing service calls to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider

    DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholds, DatabaseAnomaliesFailureRateThresholdsArgs

    Sensitivity string
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers alert
    Threshold int
    Failure rate during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, %
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    Sensitivity string
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers alert
    Threshold int
    Failure rate during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, %
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    sensitivity String
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers alert
    threshold Integer
    Failure rate during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    sensitivity string
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers alert
    threshold number
    Failure rate during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    sensitivity str
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers alert
    threshold int
    Failure rate during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns str
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    sensitivity String
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers alert
    threshold Number
    Failure rate during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, %
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider

    DatabaseAnomaliesLoad, DatabaseAnomaliesLoadArgs

    Drops Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDrops
    The configuration of traffic drops detection
    Spikes Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikes
    The configuration of traffic spikes detection
    Drops DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDrops
    The configuration of traffic drops detection
    Spikes DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikes
    The configuration of traffic spikes detection
    drops DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDrops
    The configuration of traffic drops detection
    spikes DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikes
    The configuration of traffic spikes detection
    drops DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDrops
    The configuration of traffic drops detection
    spikes DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikes
    The configuration of traffic spikes detection
    drops DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDrops
    The configuration of traffic drops detection
    spikes DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikes
    The configuration of traffic spikes detection
    drops Property Map
    The configuration of traffic drops detection
    spikes Property Map
    The configuration of traffic spikes detection

    DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDrops, DatabaseAnomaliesLoadDropsArgs

    Minutes int
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    Percent int
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    Minutes int
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    Percent int
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    minutes Integer
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent Integer
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    minutes number
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent number
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    minutes int
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent int
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    minutes Number
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent Number
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value

    DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikes, DatabaseAnomaliesLoadSpikesArgs

    Minutes int
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    Percent int
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    Minutes int
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    Percent int
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    minutes Integer
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent Integer
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    minutes number
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent number
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    minutes int
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent int
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    unknowns str
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    minutes Number
    Alert if the service stays in abnormal state for at least X minutes
    percent Number
    Alert if the observed load is more than X % of the expected value
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider

    DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTime, DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeArgs

    Auto Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAuto
    Parameters of the response time degradation auto-detection. Violation of any criterion triggers an alert
    Thresholds Pulumiverse.Dynatrace.Inputs.DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for response time degradation detection
    Auto DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAuto
    Parameters of the response time degradation auto-detection. Violation of any criterion triggers an alert
    Thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for response time degradation detection
    auto DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAuto
    Parameters of the response time degradation auto-detection. Violation of any criterion triggers an alert
    thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for response time degradation detection
    auto DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAuto
    Parameters of the response time degradation auto-detection. Violation of any criterion triggers an alert
    thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for response time degradation detection
    auto DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAuto
    Parameters of the response time degradation auto-detection. Violation of any criterion triggers an alert
    thresholds DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholds
    Fixed thresholds for response time degradation detection
    auto Property Map
    Parameters of the response time degradation auto-detection. Violation of any criterion triggers an alert
    thresholds Property Map
    Fixed thresholds for response time degradation detection

    DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAuto, DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeAutoArgs

    Load string
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    Milliseconds int
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X milliseconds
    Percent int
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X %
    SlowestMilliseconds int
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    SlowestPercent int
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    Load string
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    Milliseconds int
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X milliseconds
    Percent int
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X %
    SlowestMilliseconds int
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    SlowestPercent int
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load String
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds Integer
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X milliseconds
    percent Integer
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X %
    slowestMilliseconds Integer
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    slowestPercent Integer
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load string
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds number
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X milliseconds
    percent number
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X %
    slowestMilliseconds number
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    slowestPercent number
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load str
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds int
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X milliseconds
    percent int
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X %
    slowest_milliseconds int
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    slowest_percent int
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    unknowns str
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load String
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds Number
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X milliseconds
    percent Number
    Alert if the response time degrades by more than X %
    slowestMilliseconds Number
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    slowestPercent Number
    Alert if the response time of the slowest 10% degrades by more than X milliseconds
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider

    DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholds, DatabaseAnomaliesResponseTimeThresholdsArgs

    Load string
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    Milliseconds int
    Response time during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    Sensitivity string
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers an alert
    SlowestMilliseconds int
    Response time of the 10% slowest during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    Load string
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    Milliseconds int
    Response time during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    Sensitivity string
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers an alert
    SlowestMilliseconds int
    Response time of the 10% slowest during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    Unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load String
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds Integer
    Response time during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    sensitivity String
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers an alert
    slowestMilliseconds Integer
    Response time of the 10% slowest during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load string
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds number
    Response time during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    sensitivity string
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers an alert
    slowestMilliseconds number
    Response time of the 10% slowest during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    unknowns string
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load str
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds int
    Response time during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    sensitivity str
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers an alert
    slowest_milliseconds int
    Response time of the 10% slowest during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    unknowns str
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider
    load String
    Minimal service load to detect response time degradation. Response time degradation of services with smaller load won't trigger alerts. Possible values are FIFTEEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, FIVE_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE, ONE_REQUEST_PER_MINUTE and TEN_REQUESTS_PER_MINUTE
    milliseconds Number
    Response time during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    sensitivity String
    Sensitivity of the threshold. With low sensitivity, high statistical confidence is used. Brief violations (for example, due to a surge in load) won't trigger alerts. With high sensitivity, no statistical confidence is used. Each violation triggers an alert
    slowestMilliseconds Number
    Response time of the 10% slowest during any 5-minute period to trigger an alert, in milliseconds
    unknowns String
    allows for configuring properties that are not explicitly supported by the current version of this provider

    Package Details

    Repository
    dynatrace pulumiverse/pulumi-dynatrace
    License
    Apache-2.0
    Notes
    This Pulumi package is based on the dynatrace Terraform Provider.
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    Dynatrace v0.10.0 published on Friday, Jun 7, 2024 by Pulumiverse