Get Alerts

JFrog Connect sends alerts about your devices. For a device resource or process, you just need to configure an alert channel, such as email or webhook, and define the alert threshold.


In JFrog Connect, you can create alerts that will inform you about various states and resource usage of your devices. For example, you can set a trigger to send you an alert whenever a device has used more than 80% of its disk space.

Creating an alert trigger requires the following procedures:

  1. Prepare Channel Type: Create an email account or a webhook URL that will be used in your channel configuration.

  2. Create Channel: Configure the channel in which you will receive alerts.

  3. Create Alert: Define the type of alert and a threshold for triggering the alert. This procedure is described below.

Create Alert

To create an alert, go to Alerts in the left navigation tree and click Create Alert.

Complete the following information:

  • Alert Name: Enter a name to help you remember what this alert is for.

  • Alert Channels: Choose an alert channel from the list and click Apply. You can add multiple channels. If there are no channels in the list, click Create Channel and define one.

  • Alert Type: You can receive alerts about the device resources or about processes on the device.

  • Trigger when: Define the threshold that will trigger an alert. For example, CPU > 80%.

  • Applied on: Choose the devices the alert will be applied to. If you do not specify anything in the active filter, the criteria in the passive filter will be applied.

View Configured Alerts

To view a list of the alerts that have been configured, go to Alerts and click the Configuration tab.

The table shows a summary of the alert configurations. To edit an alert configuration, click the edit pencil.

View Triggered Alerts

To view the list of alerts that have been triggered, go to the Alerts page and click the Triggered Alerts tab.

The Triggered Alerts table shows information about each alert.

Alert Behavior

  • Each device can trigger a configured alert only once every 10 minutes.

  • Alerts are automatically indicated when they trigger and finish, and they are observable in the Triggered Alerts tab. Finished indicates that the alert is out of the defined measurement.

Filter Alerts Displayed

There are different tools available to filter the alerts displayed.

  • Filter: Filter according to Alert Type or Alert State.

  • Search: In the Search box, you can filter by any string in the Device Name.

  • Time Period: You can specify the time period from which to display the alerts, for example, the last five minutes, the last hour, the day, the last three days, or the last week.

End Alert

To change the state of an ongoing alert, click the check mark and click Finish Alert.

Delete Alert

To delete an alert completely from the system, go to Alerts in the left navigation tree.

  1. In the Configuration tab, click the Edit pencil.

  1. Click Delete Alert.

What’s Next?

Learn how to create a channel on which you will receive alerts.

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