Autonomous Scoring

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Autonomous scoring works even if there is no baseline. It can work on a single file, i.e., only on v2 log files. Autonomous scoring works based on the following factors:

  • Autonomous scoring is ideal for scenarios where you only have the v2 log files but it will also work if you have both v1 and v2 logs.

  • Hence, Autonomous scoring will also work if no v1 log file is provided.

  • Score reduction is done only on clusters that are unique to v2 logs.

  • Clusters belonging to v1 logs are ignored for score reduction.

  • Score reduction is normalized by the total number of unexpected clusters in v2 and v1v2.

  • Score Reduction is higher at higher sensitivity levels.

  • Score Reduction is higher for clusters with higher criticality.

  • By default, autonomous scoring will give a score of 0 (fail) whenever there is a critical error.

To set the Autonomous Scoring algorithm follow the steps below:

  1. Click System Setup in the navigation menu as shown below:

2. The following screen appears:

3. Add/Edit an application. Click Add Application and Edit Application to know more.

a. After entering the application details you need to add a service.

b. Enter the Service Name in the text box and click Save. Refer to the image below:

4. Next, you get the option to select the type of service you want to add. The options are:

  • ‌Deployment Verification

  • Visibility

  • Release Management

Select Deployment Verification. The following options appear:

Click the + icon to add a log template.

5. The create Template screen appears as shown below:

6. Click Log Tags. Select Autonomous Scoring from the drop-down as shown below:

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