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Moving Beyond Dynamic Baselines: Abnormality & Event Definition

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This webinar was held originally on July 18th, 2018. The recording can be found here. Documentation for the topics covered can be found here.


Webinar details:

For a number of releases now, TrueSight Operations Mgmt  has come with dynamic baselining turned on 'out of the box' for a set of pre-defined TrueSight Infrastructure Mgmt metric KPIs collected by Patrol agents. Dynamic baselining is a feature of performance monitoring where TrueSight uses analytics and machine learning on the past performance of an individual metric to create an expected performance profile for the future. As this is done continuously and the system adapts to changes, the forecasted performance increases in accuracy over time with more data and updates as metric behavior changes. TrueSight can then use the baseline to determine when a metric is outside of its 'normal' behavior (an abnormality) and alert you accordingly (create an event).


Dynamic baselining makes it possible to move away from manually setting alerts based on static thresholds. Users don't need to do anything to set or adjust dynamic baselines. However, there are a number of options available when configuring what will count as an abnormality and configuring what, if any, kind of event should be generated. In this webinar, Thad White, Technical Marketing Lead, will show:

  • How to turn on abnormalities for dynamic baselines
  • Simple configuration options for abnormalities
  • Creating events from abnormalities
  • Compound abnormality criteria


Users of all skill levels and familiarity with TrueSight are welcome. The session will be short, have a hands-on demo instead of slides, and be interactive. Ample time will be provided for attendees to ask questions and/or share their own best practices with other customers.


This webinar is intended to be the first in a series of 'best practice' sessions to help you get more value out of your TrueSight investment. A calendar of future topics will be posted shortly.

We look forward to sharing as well as learning from you!

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    Jul 18, 2018 10:00 AM CDT (America/Chicago)
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    Jul 18, 2018 10:30 AM CDT (America/Chicago)
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