Queens Series Release Notes¶
Aodh now support policy in code, which means if users didn’t modify any of policy rules, they can leave policy file (in json or yaml format) empty or not deploy it at all. Because from now, Aodh keeps all default policies under aodh/api/policies module. Users can still modify/generate policy.yaml file which will override policy rules in code if those rules show in policy.yaml file.
The deprecated ‘threshold’ alarm type has been removed.
Default policy.json file is now removed as Aodh now generate the default policies from code. Please be aware that when using that file in your environment.