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newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition

Use this resource to create and manage NRQL alert conditions in New Relic.

NRQL

The nrql block supports the following arguments:

  • query - (Required) The NRQL query to execute for the condition.
  • evaluation_offset - (Optional) DEPRECATED: Use aggregation_method instead. Represented in minutes and must be within 1-20 minutes (inclusive). NRQL queries are evaluated based on their aggregation_window size. The start time depends on this value. It’s recommended to set this to 3 windows. An offset of less than 3 windows will trigger incidents sooner, but you may see more false positives and negatives due to data latency. With evaluation_offset set to 3 windows and an aggregation_window of 60 seconds, the NRQL time window applied to your query will be: SINCE 3 minutes ago UNTIL 2 minutes ago. evaluation_offset cannot be set with aggregation_method, aggregation_delay, or aggregation_timer.
  • since_value - (Optional) DEPRECATED: Use aggregation_method instead. The value to be used in the SINCE <X> minutes ago clause for the NRQL query. Must be between 1-20 (inclusive).

Terms

NOTE: The direct use of the term has been deprecated, and users should use critical and warning instead. What follows now applies to the named priority attributes for critical and warning, but for those attributes the priority is not allowed.

NRQL alert conditions support up to two terms. At least one term must have priority set to critical and the second optional term must have priority set to warning.

The term block supports the following arguments:

  • operator - (Optional) Valid values are above, above_or_equals, below, below_or_equals, equals, or not_equals (case insensitive). Defaults to equals. Note that when using a type of baseline, the only valid option here is above.

  • priority - (Optional) critical or warning. Defaults to critical.

  • threshold - (Required) The value which will trigger an incident.
    For baseline NRQL alert conditions, the value must be in the range [1, 1000]. The value is the number of standard deviations from the baseline that the metric must exceed in order to create an incident.

  • threshold_duration - (Optional) The duration, in seconds, that the threshold must violate in order to create an incident. Value must be a multiple of the aggregation_window (which has a default of 60 seconds).
    For baseline NRQL alert conditions, the value must be within 120-3600 seconds (inclusive).
    For static NRQL alert conditions, the value must be within 60-7200 seconds (inclusive).

  • threshold_occurrences - (Optional) The criteria for how many data points must be in violation for the specified threshold duration. Valid values are: all or at_least_once (case insensitive).

  • duration - (Optional) DEPRECATED: Use threshold_duration instead. The duration of time, in minutes, that the threshold must violate for in order to create an incident. Must be within 1-120 (inclusive).

  • time_function - (Optional) DEPRECATED: Use threshold_occurrences instead. The criteria for how many data points must be in violation for the specified threshold duration. Valid values are: all or any.

Additional Examples

Type: baseline

Baseline NRQL alert conditions are dynamic in nature and adjust to the behavior of your data. The example below demonstrates a baseline NRQL alert condition for alerting when transaction durations are above a specified threshold and dynamically adjusts based on data trends.

import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
import * as newrelic from "@pulumi/newrelic";

const fooAlertPolicy = new newrelic.AlertPolicy("fooAlertPolicy", {});
const fooIndex_alertPolicyAlertPolicy = new newrelic.AlertPolicy("fooIndex/alertPolicyAlertPolicy", {});
const fooNrqlAlertCondition = new newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition("fooNrqlAlertCondition", {
    accountId: "your_account_id",
    policyId: fooAlertPolicy.id,
    type: "static",
    description: "Alert when transactions are taking too long",
    runbookUrl: "https://www.example.com",
    enabled: true,
    violationTimeLimitSeconds: 3600,
    fillOption: "static",
    fillValue: 1,
    aggregationWindow: 60,
    aggregationMethod: "event_flow",
    aggregationDelay: "120",
    expirationDuration: 120,
    openViolationOnExpiration: true,
    closeViolationsOnExpiration: true,
    slideBy: 30,
    nrql: {
        query: "SELECT average(duration) FROM Transaction where appName = 'Your App'",
    },
    critical: {
        operator: "above",
        threshold: 5.5,
        thresholdDuration: 300,
        thresholdOccurrences: "ALL",
    },
    warning: {
        operator: "above",
        threshold: 3.5,
        thresholdDuration: 600,
        thresholdOccurrences: "ALL",
    },
});
import pulumi
import pulumi_newrelic as newrelic

foo_alert_policy = newrelic.AlertPolicy("fooAlertPolicy")
foo_index_alert_policy_alert_policy = newrelic.AlertPolicy("fooIndex/alertPolicyAlertPolicy")
foo_nrql_alert_condition = newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition("fooNrqlAlertCondition",
    account_id="your_account_id",
    policy_id=foo_alert_policy.id,
    type="static",
    description="Alert when transactions are taking too long",
    runbook_url="https://www.example.com",
    enabled=True,
    violation_time_limit_seconds=3600,
    fill_option="static",
    fill_value=1,
    aggregation_window=60,
    aggregation_method="event_flow",
    aggregation_delay="120",
    expiration_duration=120,
    open_violation_on_expiration=True,
    close_violations_on_expiration=True,
    slide_by=30,
    nrql=newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs(
        query="SELECT average(duration) FROM Transaction where appName = 'Your App'",
    ),
    critical=newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs(
        operator="above",
        threshold=5.5,
        threshold_duration=300,
        threshold_occurrences="ALL",
    ),
    warning=newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs(
        operator="above",
        threshold=3.5,
        threshold_duration=600,
        threshold_occurrences="ALL",
    ))
using System.Collections.Generic;
using Pulumi;
using NewRelic = Pulumi.NewRelic;

return await Deployment.RunAsync(() => 
{
    var fooAlertPolicy = new NewRelic.AlertPolicy("fooAlertPolicy");

    var fooIndex_alertPolicyAlertPolicy = new NewRelic.AlertPolicy("fooIndex/alertPolicyAlertPolicy");

    var fooNrqlAlertCondition = new NewRelic.NrqlAlertCondition("fooNrqlAlertCondition", new()
    {
        AccountId = "your_account_id",
        PolicyId = fooAlertPolicy.Id,
        Type = "static",
        Description = "Alert when transactions are taking too long",
        RunbookUrl = "https://www.example.com",
        Enabled = true,
        ViolationTimeLimitSeconds = 3600,
        FillOption = "static",
        FillValue = 1,
        AggregationWindow = 60,
        AggregationMethod = "event_flow",
        AggregationDelay = "120",
        ExpirationDuration = 120,
        OpenViolationOnExpiration = true,
        CloseViolationsOnExpiration = true,
        SlideBy = 30,
        Nrql = new NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs
        {
            Query = "SELECT average(duration) FROM Transaction where appName = 'Your App'",
        },
        Critical = new NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs
        {
            Operator = "above",
            Threshold = 5.5,
            ThresholdDuration = 300,
            ThresholdOccurrences = "ALL",
        },
        Warning = new NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs
        {
            Operator = "above",
            Threshold = 3.5,
            ThresholdDuration = 600,
            ThresholdOccurrences = "ALL",
        },
    });

});
package main

import (
	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi-newrelic/sdk/v5/go/newrelic"
	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
)

func main() {
	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
		fooAlertPolicy, err := newrelic.NewAlertPolicy(ctx, "fooAlertPolicy", nil)
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		_, err = newrelic.NewAlertPolicy(ctx, "fooIndex/alertPolicyAlertPolicy", nil)
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		_, err = newrelic.NewNrqlAlertCondition(ctx, "fooNrqlAlertCondition", &newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionArgs{
			AccountId:                   pulumi.Int("your_account_id"),
			PolicyId:                    fooAlertPolicy.ID(),
			Type:                        pulumi.String("static"),
			Description:                 pulumi.String("Alert when transactions are taking too long"),
			RunbookUrl:                  pulumi.String("https://www.example.com"),
			Enabled:                     pulumi.Bool(true),
			ViolationTimeLimitSeconds:   pulumi.Int(3600),
			FillOption:                  pulumi.String("static"),
			FillValue:                   pulumi.Float64(1),
			AggregationWindow:           pulumi.Int(60),
			AggregationMethod:           pulumi.String("event_flow"),
			AggregationDelay:            pulumi.String("120"),
			ExpirationDuration:          pulumi.Int(120),
			OpenViolationOnExpiration:   pulumi.Bool(true),
			CloseViolationsOnExpiration: pulumi.Bool(true),
			SlideBy:                     pulumi.Int(30),
			Nrql: &newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs{
				Query: pulumi.String("SELECT average(duration) FROM Transaction where appName = 'Your App'"),
			},
			Critical: &newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs{
				Operator:             pulumi.String("above"),
				Threshold:            pulumi.Float64(5.5),
				ThresholdDuration:    pulumi.Int(300),
				ThresholdOccurrences: pulumi.String("ALL"),
			},
			Warning: &newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs{
				Operator:             pulumi.String("above"),
				Threshold:            pulumi.Float64(3.5),
				ThresholdDuration:    pulumi.Int(600),
				ThresholdOccurrences: pulumi.String("ALL"),
			},
		})
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		return nil
	})
}
package generated_program;

import com.pulumi.Context;
import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
import com.pulumi.core.Output;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.AlertPolicy;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Map;
import java.io.File;
import java.nio.file.Files;
import java.nio.file.Paths;

public class App {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Pulumi.run(App::stack);
    }

    public static void stack(Context ctx) {
        var fooAlertPolicy = new AlertPolicy("fooAlertPolicy");

        var fooIndex_alertPolicyAlertPolicy = new AlertPolicy("fooIndex/alertPolicyAlertPolicy");

        var fooNrqlAlertCondition = new NrqlAlertCondition("fooNrqlAlertCondition", NrqlAlertConditionArgs.builder()        
            .accountId("your_account_id")
            .policyId(fooAlertPolicy.id())
            .type("static")
            .description("Alert when transactions are taking too long")
            .runbookUrl("https://www.example.com")
            .enabled(true)
            .violationTimeLimitSeconds(3600)
            .fillOption("static")
            .fillValue(1)
            .aggregationWindow(60)
            .aggregationMethod("event_flow")
            .aggregationDelay(120)
            .expirationDuration(120)
            .openViolationOnExpiration(true)
            .closeViolationsOnExpiration(true)
            .slideBy(30)
            .nrql(NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs.builder()
                .query("SELECT average(duration) FROM Transaction where appName = 'Your App'")
                .build())
            .critical(NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs.builder()
                .operator("above")
                .threshold(5.5)
                .thresholdDuration(300)
                .thresholdOccurrences("ALL")
                .build())
            .warning(NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs.builder()
                .operator("above")
                .threshold(3.5)
                .thresholdDuration(600)
                .thresholdOccurrences("ALL")
                .build())
            .build());

    }
}
resources:
  fooAlertPolicy:
    type: newrelic:AlertPolicy
  fooIndex/alertPolicyAlertPolicy:
    type: newrelic:AlertPolicy
  fooNrqlAlertCondition:
    type: newrelic:NrqlAlertCondition
    properties:
      accountId: your_account_id
      policyId: ${fooAlertPolicy.id}
      type: static
      description: Alert when transactions are taking too long
      runbookUrl: https://www.example.com
      enabled: true
      violationTimeLimitSeconds: 3600
      fillOption: static
      fillValue: 1
      aggregationWindow: 60
      aggregationMethod: event_flow
      aggregationDelay: 120
      expirationDuration: 120
      openViolationOnExpiration: true
      closeViolationsOnExpiration: true
      slideBy: 30
      nrql:
        query: SELECT average(duration) FROM Transaction where appName = 'Your App'
      critical:
        operator: above
        threshold: 5.5
        thresholdDuration: 300
        thresholdOccurrences: ALL
      warning:
        operator: above
        threshold: 3.5
        thresholdDuration: 600
        thresholdOccurrences: ALL

Upgrade from 1.x to 2.x

There have been several deprecations in the newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition resource. Users will need to make some updates in order to have a smooth upgrade.

An example resource from 1.x might look like the following.

package generated_program;

import com.pulumi.Context;
import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
import com.pulumi.core.Output;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Map;
import java.io.File;
import java.nio.file.Files;
import java.nio.file.Paths;

public class App {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Pulumi.run(App::stack);
    }

    public static void stack(Context ctx) {
        var nrqlAlertCondition = new NrqlAlertCondition("nrqlAlertCondition", NrqlAlertConditionArgs.builder()        
            .policyId(newrelic_alert_policy.z().id())
            .type("static")
            .runbookUrl("https://localhost")
            .enabled(true)
            .valueFunction("sum")
            .violationTimeLimit("TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS")
            .critical(NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs.builder()
                .operator("above")
                .thresholdDuration(120)
                .threshold(3)
                .thresholdOccurrences("AT_LEAST_ONCE")
                .build())
            .nrql(NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs.builder()
                .query("SELECT count(*) FROM TransactionError WHERE appName like '%Dummy App%' FACET appName")
                .build())
            .build());

    }
}
resources:
  nrqlAlertCondition:
    type: newrelic:NrqlAlertCondition
    properties:
      policyId: ${newrelic_alert_policy.z.id}
      type: static
      runbookUrl: https://localhost
      enabled: true
      valueFunction: sum
      violationTimeLimit: TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS
      critical:
        operator: above
        thresholdDuration: 120
        threshold: 3
        thresholdOccurrences: AT_LEAST_ONCE
      nrql:
        query: SELECT count(*) FROM TransactionError WHERE appName like '%Dummy App%' FACET appName

After making the appropriate adjustments mentioned in the deprecation warnings, the resource now looks like the following.

package generated_program;

import com.pulumi.Context;
import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
import com.pulumi.core.Output;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.NrqlAlertCondition;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.NrqlAlertConditionArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs;
import com.pulumi.newrelic.inputs.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Map;
import java.io.File;
import java.nio.file.Files;
import java.nio.file.Paths;

public class App {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Pulumi.run(App::stack);
    }

    public static void stack(Context ctx) {
        var nrqlAlertCondition = new NrqlAlertCondition("nrqlAlertCondition", NrqlAlertConditionArgs.builder()        
            .policyId(newrelic_alert_policy.z().id())
            .type("static")
            .runbookUrl("https://localhost")
            .enabled(true)
            .valueFunction("sum")
            .violationTimeLimitSeconds(86400)
            .terms(NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs.builder()
                .priority("critical")
                .operator("above")
                .threshold(3)
                .duration(5)
                .timeFunction("any")
                .build())
            .nrql(NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs.builder()
                .query("SELECT count(*) FROM TransactionError WHERE appName like '%Dummy App%' FACET appName")
                .build())
            .build());

    }
}
resources:
  nrqlAlertCondition:
    type: newrelic:NrqlAlertCondition
    properties:
      policyId: ${newrelic_alert_policy.z.id}
      type: static
      runbookUrl: https://localhost
      enabled: true
      valueFunction: sum
      violationTimeLimitSeconds: 86400
      terms:
        - priority: critical
          operator: above
          threshold: 3
          duration: 5
          timeFunction: any
      nrql:
        query: SELECT count(*) FROM TransactionError WHERE appName like '%Dummy App%' FACET appName

Create NrqlAlertCondition Resource

new NrqlAlertCondition(name: string, args: NrqlAlertConditionArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
@overload
def NrqlAlertCondition(resource_name: str,
                       opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                       account_id: Optional[int] = None,
                       aggregation_delay: Optional[str] = None,
                       aggregation_method: Optional[str] = None,
                       aggregation_timer: Optional[str] = None,
                       aggregation_window: Optional[int] = None,
                       baseline_direction: Optional[str] = None,
                       close_violations_on_expiration: Optional[bool] = None,
                       critical: Optional[NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs] = None,
                       description: Optional[str] = None,
                       enabled: Optional[bool] = None,
                       expiration_duration: Optional[int] = None,
                       fill_option: Optional[str] = None,
                       fill_value: Optional[float] = None,
                       name: Optional[str] = None,
                       nrql: Optional[NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs] = None,
                       open_violation_on_expiration: Optional[bool] = None,
                       policy_id: Optional[int] = None,
                       runbook_url: Optional[str] = None,
                       slide_by: Optional[int] = None,
                       terms: Optional[Sequence[NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs]] = None,
                       type: Optional[str] = None,
                       violation_time_limit: Optional[str] = None,
                       violation_time_limit_seconds: Optional[int] = None,
                       warning: Optional[NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs] = None)
@overload
def NrqlAlertCondition(resource_name: str,
                       args: NrqlAlertConditionArgs,
                       opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
func NewNrqlAlertCondition(ctx *Context, name string, args NrqlAlertConditionArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*NrqlAlertCondition, error)
public NrqlAlertCondition(string name, NrqlAlertConditionArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public NrqlAlertCondition(String name, NrqlAlertConditionArgs args)
public NrqlAlertCondition(String name, NrqlAlertConditionArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
type: newrelic:NrqlAlertCondition
properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

name string
The unique name of the resource.
args NrqlAlertConditionArgs
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 NrqlAlertConditionArgs
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 NrqlAlertConditionArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOption
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args NrqlAlertConditionArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name String
The unique name of the resource.
args NrqlAlertConditionArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
options CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

NrqlAlertCondition 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 NrqlAlertCondition resource accepts the following input properties:

Nrql Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

PolicyId int

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

AccountId int

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

AggregationDelay string

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationMethod string

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationTimer string

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationWindow int

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

BaselineDirection string

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

CloseViolationsOnExpiration bool

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

Critical Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Description string

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

Enabled bool

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

ExpirationDuration int

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

FillOption string

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

FillValue double

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

Name string

The title of the condition.

OpenViolationOnExpiration bool

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

RunbookUrl string

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

SlideBy int

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

Terms List<Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs>

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

Type string

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

ViolationTimeLimit string

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

ViolationTimeLimitSeconds int

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Warning Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

PolicyId int

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

AccountId int

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

AggregationDelay string

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationMethod string

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationTimer string

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationWindow int

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

BaselineDirection string

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

CloseViolationsOnExpiration bool

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

Critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Description string

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

Enabled bool

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

ExpirationDuration int

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

FillOption string

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

FillValue float64

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

Name string

The title of the condition.

OpenViolationOnExpiration bool

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

RunbookUrl string

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

SlideBy int

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

Terms []NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

Type string

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

ViolationTimeLimit string

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

ViolationTimeLimitSeconds int

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

policyId Integer

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

accountId Integer

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregationDelay String

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationMethod String

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationTimer String

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationWindow Integer

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baselineDirection String

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

closeViolationsOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description String

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled Boolean

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

expirationDuration Integer

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fillOption String

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fillValue Double

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name String

The title of the condition.

openViolationOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

runbookUrl String

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slideBy Integer

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms List<NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs>

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type String

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violationTimeLimit String

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violationTimeLimitSeconds Integer

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

policyId number

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

accountId number

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregationDelay string

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationMethod string

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationTimer string

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationWindow number

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baselineDirection string

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

closeViolationsOnExpiration boolean

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description string

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled boolean

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

expirationDuration number

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fillOption string

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fillValue number

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name string

The title of the condition.

openViolationOnExpiration boolean

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

runbookUrl string

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slideBy number

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs[]

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type string

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violationTimeLimit string

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violationTimeLimitSeconds number

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

policy_id int

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

account_id int

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregation_delay str

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregation_method str

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregation_timer str

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregation_window int

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baseline_direction str

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

close_violations_on_expiration bool

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description str

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled bool

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

expiration_duration int

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fill_option str

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fill_value float

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name str

The title of the condition.

open_violation_on_expiration bool

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

runbook_url str

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slide_by int

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms Sequence[NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs]

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type str

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violation_time_limit str

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violation_time_limit_seconds int

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

nrql Property Map

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

policyId Number

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

accountId Number

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregationDelay String

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationMethod String

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationTimer String

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationWindow Number

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baselineDirection String

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

closeViolationsOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical Property Map

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description String

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled Boolean

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

expirationDuration Number

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fillOption String

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fillValue Number

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name String

The title of the condition.

openViolationOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

runbookUrl String

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slideBy Number

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms List<Property Map>

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type String

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violationTimeLimit String

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violationTimeLimitSeconds Number

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning Property Map

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Outputs

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

EntityGuid string

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

EntityGuid string

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

entityGuid String

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

entityGuid string

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

entity_guid str

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

id str

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

entityGuid String

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Look up Existing NrqlAlertCondition Resource

Get an existing NrqlAlertCondition 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?: NrqlAlertConditionState, opts?: CustomResourceOptions): NrqlAlertCondition
@staticmethod
def get(resource_name: str,
        id: str,
        opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
        account_id: Optional[int] = None,
        aggregation_delay: Optional[str] = None,
        aggregation_method: Optional[str] = None,
        aggregation_timer: Optional[str] = None,
        aggregation_window: Optional[int] = None,
        baseline_direction: Optional[str] = None,
        close_violations_on_expiration: Optional[bool] = None,
        critical: Optional[NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs] = None,
        description: Optional[str] = None,
        enabled: Optional[bool] = None,
        entity_guid: Optional[str] = None,
        expiration_duration: Optional[int] = None,
        fill_option: Optional[str] = None,
        fill_value: Optional[float] = None,
        name: Optional[str] = None,
        nrql: Optional[NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs] = None,
        open_violation_on_expiration: Optional[bool] = None,
        policy_id: Optional[int] = None,
        runbook_url: Optional[str] = None,
        slide_by: Optional[int] = None,
        terms: Optional[Sequence[NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs]] = None,
        type: Optional[str] = None,
        violation_time_limit: Optional[str] = None,
        violation_time_limit_seconds: Optional[int] = None,
        warning: Optional[NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs] = None) -> NrqlAlertCondition
func GetNrqlAlertCondition(ctx *Context, name string, id IDInput, state *NrqlAlertConditionState, opts ...ResourceOption) (*NrqlAlertCondition, error)
public static NrqlAlertCondition Get(string name, Input<string> id, NrqlAlertConditionState? state, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public static NrqlAlertCondition get(String name, Output<String> id, NrqlAlertConditionState 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:
AccountId int

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

AggregationDelay string

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationMethod string

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationTimer string

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationWindow int

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

BaselineDirection string

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

CloseViolationsOnExpiration bool

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

Critical Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Description string

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

Enabled bool

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

EntityGuid string

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

ExpirationDuration int

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

FillOption string

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

FillValue double

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

Name string

The title of the condition.

Nrql Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

OpenViolationOnExpiration bool

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

PolicyId int

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

RunbookUrl string

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

SlideBy int

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

Terms List<Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs>

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

Type string

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

ViolationTimeLimit string

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

ViolationTimeLimitSeconds int

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Warning Pulumi.NewRelic.Inputs.NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

AccountId int

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

AggregationDelay string

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationMethod string

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationTimer string

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

AggregationWindow int

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

BaselineDirection string

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

CloseViolationsOnExpiration bool

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

Critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Description string

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

Enabled bool

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

EntityGuid string

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

ExpirationDuration int

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

FillOption string

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

FillValue float64

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

Name string

The title of the condition.

Nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

OpenViolationOnExpiration bool

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

PolicyId int

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

RunbookUrl string

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

SlideBy int

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

Terms []NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

Type string

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

ViolationTimeLimit string

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

ViolationTimeLimitSeconds int

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

accountId Integer

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregationDelay String

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationMethod String

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationTimer String

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationWindow Integer

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baselineDirection String

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

closeViolationsOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description String

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled Boolean

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

entityGuid String

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

expirationDuration Integer

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fillOption String

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fillValue Double

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name String

The title of the condition.

nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

openViolationOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

policyId Integer

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

runbookUrl String

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slideBy Integer

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms List<NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs>

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type String

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violationTimeLimit String

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violationTimeLimitSeconds Integer

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

accountId number

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregationDelay string

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationMethod string

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationTimer string

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationWindow number

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baselineDirection string

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

closeViolationsOnExpiration boolean

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description string

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled boolean

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

entityGuid string

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

expirationDuration number

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fillOption string

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fillValue number

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name string

The title of the condition.

nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

openViolationOnExpiration boolean

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

policyId number

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

runbookUrl string

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slideBy number

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs[]

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type string

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violationTimeLimit string

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violationTimeLimitSeconds number

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

account_id int

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregation_delay str

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregation_method str

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregation_timer str

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregation_window int

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baseline_direction str

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

close_violations_on_expiration bool

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical NrqlAlertConditionCriticalArgs

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description str

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled bool

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

entity_guid str

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

expiration_duration int

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fill_option str

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fill_value float

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name str

The title of the condition.

nrql NrqlAlertConditionNrqlArgs

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

open_violation_on_expiration bool

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

policy_id int

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

runbook_url str

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slide_by int

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms Sequence[NrqlAlertConditionTermArgs]

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type str

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violation_time_limit str

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violation_time_limit_seconds int

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning NrqlAlertConditionWarningArgs

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

accountId Number

The New Relic account ID of the account you wish to create the condition. Defaults to the account ID set in your environment variable NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID.

aggregationDelay String

How long we wait for data that belongs in each aggregation window. Depending on your data, a longer delay may increase accuracy but delay notifications. Use aggregation_delay with the event_flow and cadence methods. The maximum delay is 1200 seconds (20 minutes) when using event_flow and 3600 seconds (60 minutes) when using cadence. In both cases, the minimum delay is 0 seconds and the default is 120 seconds. aggregation_delay cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationMethod String

Determines when we consider an aggregation window to be complete so that we can evaluate the signal for incidents. Possible values are cadence, event_flow or event_timer. Default is event_flow. aggregation_method cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationTimer String

How long we wait after each data point arrives to make sure we've processed the whole batch. Use aggregation_timer with the event_timer method. The timer value can range from 0 seconds to 1200 seconds (20 minutes); the default is 60 seconds. aggregation_timer cannot be set with nrql.evaluation_offset.

aggregationWindow Number

The duration of the time window used to evaluate the NRQL query, in seconds. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 900 seconds (15 minutes). Default is 60 seconds.

baselineDirection String

The baseline direction of a baseline NRQL alert condition. Valid values are: lower_only, upper_and_lower, upper_only (case insensitive).

closeViolationsOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to close all open incidents when the signal expires.

critical Property Map

A list containing the critical threshold values. See Terms below for details.

description String

The description of the NRQL alert condition.

enabled Boolean

Whether to enable the alert condition. Valid values are true and false. Defaults to true.

entityGuid String

The unique entity identifier of the NRQL Condition in New Relic.

expirationDuration Number

The amount of time (in seconds) to wait before considering the signal expired. The value must be at least 30 seconds, and no more than 172800 seconds (48 hours).

fillOption String

Which strategy to use when filling gaps in the signal. Possible values are none, last_value or static. If static, the fill_value field will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

fillValue Number

This value will be used for filling gaps in the signal.

name String

The title of the condition.

nrql Property Map

A NRQL query. See NRQL below for details.

openViolationOnExpiration Boolean

Whether to create a new incident to capture that the signal expired.

policyId Number

The ID of the policy where this condition should be used.

runbookUrl String

Runbook URL to display in notifications.

slideBy Number

Gathers data in overlapping time windows to smooth the chart line, making it easier to spot trends. The slide_by value is specified in seconds and must be smaller than and a factor of the aggregation_window.

terms List<Property Map>

DEPRECATED Use critical, and warning instead. A list of terms for this condition. See Terms below for details.

Deprecated:

use critical and warning attributes instead

type String

The type of the condition. Valid values are static or baseline. Defaults to static.

violationTimeLimit String

DEPRECATED: Use violation_time_limit_seconds instead. Sets a time limit, in hours, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. Possible values are ONE_HOUR, TWO_HOURS, FOUR_HOURS, EIGHT_HOURS, TWELVE_HOURS, TWENTY_FOUR_HOURS, THIRTY_DAYS (case insensitive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

Deprecated:

use violation_time_limit_seconds attribute instead

violationTimeLimitSeconds Number

Sets a time limit, in seconds, that will automatically force-close a long-lasting incident after the time limit you select. The value must be between 300 seconds (5 minutes) to 2592000 seconds (30 days) (inclusive). *Note: One of violation_time_limit or violation_time_limit_seconds must be set, but not both.

warning Property Map

A list containing the warning threshold values. See Terms below for details.

Supporting Types

NrqlAlertConditionCritical

Threshold double
Duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

Operator string
ThresholdDuration int
ThresholdOccurrences string
TimeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

Threshold float64
Duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

Operator string
ThresholdDuration int
ThresholdOccurrences string
TimeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold Double
duration Integer

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator String
thresholdDuration Integer
thresholdOccurrences String
timeFunction String

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold number
duration number

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator string
thresholdDuration number
thresholdOccurrences string
timeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold float
duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator str
threshold_duration int
threshold_occurrences str
time_function str

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold Number
duration Number

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator String
thresholdDuration Number
thresholdOccurrences String
timeFunction String

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

NrqlAlertConditionNrql

Query string
EvaluationOffset int

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

SinceValue string

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

Query string
EvaluationOffset int

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

SinceValue string

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

query String
evaluationOffset Integer

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

sinceValue String

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

query string
evaluationOffset number

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

sinceValue string

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

query str
evaluation_offset int

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

since_value str

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

query String
evaluationOffset Number

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

sinceValue String

Deprecated:

use aggregation_method attribute instead

NrqlAlertConditionTerm

Threshold double
Duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

Operator string
Priority string
ThresholdDuration int
ThresholdOccurrences string
TimeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

Threshold float64
Duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

Operator string
Priority string
ThresholdDuration int
ThresholdOccurrences string
TimeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold Double
duration Integer

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator String
priority String
thresholdDuration Integer
thresholdOccurrences String
timeFunction String

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold number
duration number

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator string
priority string
thresholdDuration number
thresholdOccurrences string
timeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold float
duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator str
priority str
threshold_duration int
threshold_occurrences str
time_function str

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold Number
duration Number

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator String
priority String
thresholdDuration Number
thresholdOccurrences String
timeFunction String

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

NrqlAlertConditionWarning

Threshold double
Duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

Operator string
ThresholdDuration int
ThresholdOccurrences string
TimeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

Threshold float64
Duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

Operator string
ThresholdDuration int
ThresholdOccurrences string
TimeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold Double
duration Integer

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator String
thresholdDuration Integer
thresholdOccurrences String
timeFunction String

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold number
duration number

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator string
thresholdDuration number
thresholdOccurrences string
timeFunction string

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold float
duration int

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator str
threshold_duration int
threshold_occurrences str
time_function str

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

threshold Number
duration Number

Deprecated:

use threshold_duration attribute instead

operator String
thresholdDuration Number
thresholdOccurrences String
timeFunction String

Deprecated:

use threshold_occurrences attribute instead

Import

NRQL alert conditions can be imported using a composite ID of <policy_id>:<condition_id>:<conditionType>, e.g. // For baseline conditions

 $ pulumi import newrelic:index/nrqlAlertCondition:NrqlAlertCondition foo 538291:6789035:baseline

// For static conditions

 $ pulumi import newrelic:index/nrqlAlertCondition:NrqlAlertCondition foo 538291:6789035:static

Package Details

Repository
New Relic pulumi/pulumi-newrelic
License
Apache-2.0
Notes

This Pulumi package is based on the newrelic Terraform Provider.