Picsellia offers you the possibility to define Alerts on a
Such Alerts are really useful to ensure you are well-notified if something is going wrong with your
These Alerts are defined on metrics that are available in the Dashboard. For instance, if the image sent for inferences are drifting or if the latency is abnormally high.
From a given
Deployment, you can create a new Alert by reaching the Settings tab and particularly the Alerts panel.
From this view, you can visualize the Alerts already defined in the frame of the current
Deployment, edit them, or create new ones.
The Alert creation can be done from the Create a new alert section, by selecting the metric to monitor through the dropdown as shown below:
Once the metric is selected, you can define the threshold that will, when triggered, generate a notification. Once defined, you just need to click on the blue + button to complete the Alert creation:
Once created the Alert is displayed as shown below:
Still from the Alerts section in the Settings of a given
Deployment, you can by clicking on the radio button deactivate or reactive an Alert. Obviously, once deactivated, an Alert can not be triggered.
You also modify the operator or the Threshold value of an existing Alert as shown below:
Do not forget to click on Save after each modification on an existing Alert:
Now that Alerts are properly configured according to your need, you can go back to the Dashboard tab.
In the Dashboard, you will see quickly if any Alert has been recently triggered.
Updated about 2 months ago