Conditions are the clauses that you may use to create DMF policies on a management facet. Examples of conditions are usernames, account creation dates and password complexity policies. In this example, we will create a DMF condition that enforces a stored procedure naming policy that requires all stored procedures begin with the "sp_" prefix. You may choose to create any DMF condition that enforces your organization's business requirements.
If you're new to DMF, you may wish to begin by reading Declarative Management Framework in Microsoft SQL Server.