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Hello, In the Capacity Monitoring settings, we can set thresholds But when a threshold il exceeded, it appears in red in the interface but no alert is sent by email. We would like to be able to receive this alert by email Cordialy François Maliverney
Power Enterprise Pools 2.0 - Metered Usage Enhancements
Power Enterprise Pools 2.0 resource sharing and metered usage is a step-change for Power Systems private cloud adoption. To improve it further, more granular control and visibility is required at the host partition level. I'd like to request an en...
When sending email updates on support cases, can you include the current case status (maybe former too)? I ask because, often I create cases and your team will update it in the portal to say they are researching or something similar. I then get an...
- Today PEP2.0 delivers capability to allow flexible usage of system resources (core, ram, OS) across frames. - Client evaluating PEP2.0 have expressed concern that with PEP induced flexibility, they lose control over DB/App software license usage...
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