In Red Hat CloudForms, Policy profiles are groupings of policies that you can apply to entities within CloudForms. Compliance policies check for a certain state in a host or VM. Control policies control a host or VM depending on certain criteria.
Select Control → Explorer.
Select the Policy Profiles accordion.
Policy Profile Accordion
Select All Policy Profiles → Linux Compliance Check → VM and Instance Compliance: Shell-Shock Vulnerability → Vulnerable bash Package (ShellShock).
On the right, observe the Expression used for this policy.
Select the Events accordion.
Select All Events → Container Image Discovered.
Container Image Discovered
Observe that the imported policy shows up as assigned.
Select the Conditions accordion.
Select All Conditions → All VM and Instance Conditions → Vulnerable bash Package (ShellShock)
Examine the Expression.
Select the Actions accordion.
Select All Actions → Send Email to Security Team.
Observe what this action does and the policies to which it is assigned.
Examine other actions and results.
Select the Alerts accordion.
Select All Alerts → VM Memory was decreased.
VM Memory Alerts
Review the Hardware Reconfigured Parameters section to see what this alert monitors.
Select the Alert Profiles accordion.
Alerts Profile Accordion
Select All Alert Profiles → VM and Instance Alert Profiles.
All VM and Instance Alert Profiles
Add an alert profile:
Add Alert Profile
Assign your alert profile:
Assign Alert Profile
You have now assigned this alert to any VM in the Raleigh cluster.