Cloud Observability integrates with leading cloud-native technologies, metrics providers, service meshes for microservices, and enterprise data visualization and collaboration tools. These turnkey integrations make it easy to deploy Cloud Observability across large-scale production systems so users get the unrivaled performance insights it provides when they need it and as part of their standard, established workflows.
Send logs to Cloud Observability with tools such as Logstash, OpenTelemetry Collector, and Vector.
Visit Log integrations for setup instructions, sample configurations, and more.
Cloud Observability supports metric data from many different sources. Read our integration guides to get started on a platform then search for specific metric integrations for detailed instructions, examples, and more.
- OpenTelemetry: OpenTelemetry is the unified initiative that takes the best of both OpenTracing and OpenCensus forward.
- Datadog: Ingest traces from Datadog.
- Chisel: A tooling library that comes with Cloud Observability and OpenTracing built in, that works with Pedestal (popular Clojure libraries for building APIs).
These service mesh providers support Cloud Observability tracers to create, collect, and send span data to Cloud Observability.
- Envoy: Envoy supports pluggable external tracers that report to Cloud Observability.
- NGINX: You can enable OpenTracing and Cloud Observability tracers for requests served by NGINX.
- AWS App Mesh: App Mesh supports third-party tools that work with Envoy, including Cloud Observability tracers.
- Terraform: Use Terraform to create dashboards and alerts, including pre-built dashboards for AWS alerts and managed services, GCP managed services, and Kubernetes.
- Grafana: View Cloud Observability data in Grafana.
- ServiceNow: Send Cloud Observability alerts to ServiceNow.
- PagerDuty: Forward Cloud Observability alerts to PagerDuty.
- Slack: Send Cloud Observability alerts to Slack channels or workspaces.
- BigPanda: Forward Cloud Observability alerts to BigPanda.
- Webhooks: Cloud Observability offers a number of prebuilt payload templates for popular apps that you can use out of the box or edit to fit your workflow. Or you can build your own from scratch.
- Nobl9: You can use Streams as the source for setting up threshold, ratio, or error-based metrics for your SLOs.
- Okta: Allow Okta to handle user authentication, authorization, and management.
- OneLogin: Allow OneLogin to handle user authentication.
- Slack: You can share interactive previews of pages in Cloud Observability in Slack workspace channels.
Updated Sep 11, 2023