In this article, we'll show you exactly how to view and edit configuration settings for the large number of service integrations that exist in OpsClarity. These are general instructions that apply to every service integration - for service specific details, please consult the Intergration Reference portion of our help center to find respective article(s) for the service(s) you are working with.
Start by locating the service you wish to configure on the topology map. Double click on the service icon , then look for the Configure link  to the right:
Under the General tab, you will see the service's name  that is used throughout the OpsClarity platform. You will also see an option to set a service to invisible :
Under the Configure Data Sources tab, you'll find the current data sources for the service. You can add  or edit  data sources here. The default settings  will vary on a service-to-service basis. Again, please refer to our service integration reference section for additional service specific details about Data sources (or Configuring Monitors - the next tab):
Under the Configure Monitors tab are expandable / collapsible portions covering Service Health  and any other monitors  which exist for that service. In the screenshot below you can see what the defaults are for the Service Health monitor. You may wish to click on edit  in order to select which alert notifications  to generate:
Also under the Configure Monitors tab you'll see the option to Add a Monitor . There are five monitors that can be added to any service :
Those five monitors are:
- Availability (Port)
- Availability (Http)
- Violation (Threshold)
- Violation (Moving Average)
- Statistical Anomaly
Please refer to our support article on the topic of Configuring New Monitors for more information, or head over to the Service Integration section for service specific details about the metrics and defaults available for each service.
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