What variables can be used in Alarm Policies \ Enhanced Profiles

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What variables are available for use with alarm policies or enhanced profiles

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Available variables

${metric_name} - The name of a metric.
${metric_value} - The current sample value for a metric.
${metric_unit} - The localized unit of measure for a metric value. For example, 50 MHz.
${metric_baseline} - The computed baseline value.
${device_name} - The name of a device being monitored.
${component_name} - The name of the component being monitored. For example: C:/ or CPU-0.
${alarm_level} - The numeric level of an alarm. The levels are: 5 (critical), 4 (major), 3 (minor), 2 (warning), 1 (information), 0 (clear).
${alarm_severity} - The localized alarm severity. The severities are: critical, major, minor, warning, information, clear.
${threshold_type} - The localized threshold type: static or dynamic %.
${threshold_operator} - <, <=, >, >=, ==, or !=
${threshold_value} - For static alarms, it is the configured threshold value. For dynamic alarms, it is the calculate threshold. For example, if the threshold is 5 percent of a baseline of 10, then the evaluated threshold value is 0.5.
${qos_name} - The name of the QoS metric.
${device_target} - The target of the QoS metric that generated an alarm.