Integrations as data sources

Data sources for most of our supported services are auto configured with ports, installation directory, and so forth.  It's these integrated services that can be added in the configuration menu to provide even more data than is available through the default monitors.

We are always adding more integrated services as new developments in distributed app technology arise to ensure our customers continue to achieve the absolute lowest mean time to resolution in response to app performance issues.

After making a selection in the Topology or Hostmap views, you'll see the details panel menu populated with information.  Look for the "Configure" link:

 

This configuration menu will let you edit and add Data Sources and Monitors.  Click on the Source Type button to see a list of available integrated services:



Naturally every data source / service is going to have a different set of required and optional fields [1].  Fill them out and be sure to save your changes [2] before closing the module:

 

This includes services of the following kind and their relationships.

  1. Infrastructure such as modern open source frameworks (such as Kafka/Elasticsearch/Redis etc.)
  2. Application custom code (such as those written in Java/Python etc)
  3. Managed cloud services from AWS (such as ELB, DynamoDB, SQS ​etc.)
     

Next read about several more important pieces of the of the OpsClarity user interface: event log, histogram, and area graphs.

 

If you have any questions or comments about this article, feel free to contact us at support@opsclarity.com.

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