Alerts can be created in Understand.io to automatically send a variety of notifications when something important takes place in your application. For example, you can create an alert to notify you if the number of 404 errors rises above 10 in any 30 minute period. Alternatively, if you are expecting a Laravel command to run once per hour, then you can configure an alert to immediately notify you if a ping from the command is not received on time.
Alerts are very flexible and can accommodate a variety of scenarios, which will help you to identify and fix problems in your application as soon as possible.
Alert notifications can be delivered to a variety of services, including Slack, an email address or to any HTTP endpoint. You can specify multiple notification channels for each alert to help ensure that you don’t miss anything important.
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