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Monitoring power up

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Monitoring power-up allows the creation of a set of custom alerts to control sGTM and server-side tag performance. Alert will send a notification when specified conditions are met. 

The most common use cases for monitoring power-up are tracking the frequency of 4xx and 5xx status codes, and observing fluctuations in event numbers on specific platforms.

Monitoring power-up is available for Business and above plans. Here's a breakdown of the custom alert limits per subscription tier:

  • Business and Business+: 5 alerts.
  • Enterprise and Enterprise+: 10 alerts.
  • Custom: 20 alerts.

 

Create an alert.

1. Log in to your stape.io account. 

2. Navigate to the required sGTM container. 

3. Open the Monitoring tab.

4. Click +Create alert

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5. Configure alert. 

General settings

Alert name: Enter a name for the alert.

Log type: select Access, Request, Response, or Other logs. Request and Response logs are available only if you use Stape's sGTM tags and enable the option to log requests. Response logs are available if you use the Logger tag

Domain: select from the list of custom domains. 

Period: Select the frequency at which the alert can be generated (1 hour, 2 hours, 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 week).

 

Alert conditions: 

Applies to: Select the dimension to which the alert applies.
Alert me when: Select the metric to which the alert applies, the condition that generates the alerts (e.g., Is less than, Is greater than), and enter the value for the condition (e.g., Is less than 20).

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6. To modify the notification settings, go to the settings tab within the monitoring section and add and remove emails that need to receive notifications. 

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Monitoring dashboard

Monitoring dashboard can be used to see the status of the alert, the number of times it was triggered, activate/deactivate the alert. 

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Status: defines if the alert was resolved or not in the alert period that was specified in the alert settings.

Detected: the number of times when the alert was triggered. 

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