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- Event Processing
- User Group Assignments
- Time-Based Event Automation
- Automatic Run Book Execution
- Event Processing Customizations
- Event Forwarding
- Downtime Behavior
- Indicator Mappings
- Event Storm Surpression
- Event Suppression
- Stream-Based Event Correlation
- Topology-Based Event Correlation
- Topology-Based Event Correlation Overview
- Correlation Rules
- Cross-Domain Event Correlation
- Event Correlation Rule topology
- Correlation Rule symptoms and causes
- Correlation Rule weighting
- Configure Topology-based Event Correlation Rules
- Create Event Correlation Rules
- Select Topology Views
- Define the Rule Topology
- Specify Correlation Rule Symptoms
- Specify Correlation Rule Causes
- Set the Correlation Time Limit
- Set the Correlation Auto-Extend Time
- Correlation Rules User Interface
The Correlation Rules manager enables you to define and deploy rules that use indicators to correlate the events occurring in the different domains throughout the managed IT environment. You can use the Correlation Rules manager to perform the following tasks:
Define and manage correlation rules
Visualize the topology of correlation rules
View cause and symptoms events
Manage indicators and their states
Browse the hierarchy of cross-domain correlation rules
To access the Correlation Rules manager, select the following menu option:
Administration > Event Processing > Correlation > Topology-Based Event Correlation
Alternatively, click Topology-Based Event Correlation.
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