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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
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- Event Suppression
- Stream-Based Event Correlation
- Topology-Based Event Correlation
Events are processed using event processing rules before being stored in the database, enabling you to change or enrich an incoming event or remove a new event if it is a duplicate of an existing event.
There are dedicated pipeline steps for specific tasks, for example:
CI, ETI, and user and group resolution. For more information, see CI Resolution.
Update of event using new state information and closing of related events. For more information, see Change the state of related events automatically.
Removal of duplicate events. For more information, see Duplicate Event Suppression.
Event correlation. For more information, see Topology-Based Event Correlation Overview.
- Events can be enriched with additional information from external data sources using Groovy scripts. EPI Script Execution is handled by the OPR Scripting Host which can execute scripts at various points in the event pipeline. For more information, see Event Processing Interface
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