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Event Management with Dynatrace APM

1)  Find rules that were applied to events or alerts:

https://docs.servicenow.com/bundle/quebec-it-operations-management/page/product/event-management/task/t_EMViewRuleApply.html

Find rules that apply to an event
  1. Navigate to Event Management > All Events, and then click an event number.
  2. Under Related Links, click Check process of event.
  3. Review the information that appears above the Source field, and review all Processing Notes.
Find rules that apply to an alert
  1. Navigate to Event Management > All Alerts, and then click an alert number.
  2. In the processing notes, review information about the applied event rule.

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