Health monitor notifications
What is changing and why?
Cloudflare’s account-level is now the centralized location for most Cloudflare services. This change promotes consistency and streamlined administration, as well as gives you more options for notification delivery such as configuring webhooks or associating multiple pools with the same notification. These new notifications will also be managed at the account level instead of the zone level.
We strongly encourage all customers to migrate existing Health Monitor notifications to Cloudflare’s centralized Notifications Service to avoid lapses in alerts.
You should use this guide to migrate over all your existing health monitor notifications.
Step 1 - Find existing notifications
First you should determine which pools are using notifications. It’s often easier if you use the Cloudflare API to list all your pools and look for the To find pools with existing notifications in the dashboard:
To find pools with existing notifications in the dashboard:
Step 2 - Create new notifications
In this step, you should create new notifications to replace all of your existing legacy notifications.
Step 3 - Remove deprecated notifications
As the final step in the migration process, you need to remove all emails from your legacy notifications to ensure that you no longer receive deprecation emails moving forward.
Though you can perform these steps in the dashboard, Cloudflare recommends you use our new API endpoint for added convenience. This API call supports the standard pagination query parameters, either
per_page/page, so by default it only updates the first 25 pools listed. To make sure you update all your pools, you may want to adjust your API call so it loops through various pages or includes a larger number of pools with each request.
This API call supports the standard pagination query parameters, either
If needed, you can remove legacy notifications by using the dashboard.
If you do not complete this step (removing all notification emails from all pools), your migration will not be considered complete and you will continue to receive additional emails about this deprecation.