When we disable the filter events, it disables the highlighted filter alongwith. Will this impact Davis's analysis? (When problems with applications, microservices, or infrastructure are detected, Davis performs root cause analysis on all important Kubernetes events for nodes, namespaces, workloads, and pods.)
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Hi - disabling "filter events" will give you all k8s events in Dynatrace and Davis will look at critical k8s events for root cause analysis.
If you enable "filter events" and "include important events", you'll only ingest the K8s events which are considered for Davis root cause analysis.
Hope this answers your questions 🙂