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Supported integrations 🔗

This page provides a list of integrations supported by Splunk Observability Cloud.

Google Cloud Platform services 🔗

These Google Cloud Platform services send metrics to Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring:

  • GCP App Engine

  • GCP BigQuery

  • GCP Cloud Bigtable

  • GCP Cloud Datastore

  • GCP Cloud Functions

  • GCP Cloud Pub/Sub

  • GCP Cloud Router

  • GCP Cloud Spanner

  • GCP Cloud Storage

  • GCP Compute Engine

  • GCP Kubernetes Engine (GKE)

For details about how to get metrics from these Google Cloud Platform services into Infrastructure Monitoring, see Connect to GCP.

For details about the metrics provided by a Google Cloud Platform integration, see Metrics.

Microsoft Azure services 🔗

For details about how to get data from these Microsoft Azure services into Observability Cloud, see Connect to Azure.

For details about the metrics provided by a Microsoft Azure integration, see Splunk Observability Cloud Azure metrics.

Service

Provides metrics

Provides traces

Provides logs

Azure App Service

X

X

Azure Batch

X

Azure Event Hubs

X

Azure Functions

X

X

Azure Kubernetes Service

X

X

X

Azure Logic apps

X

X

Azure Redis Cache

X

Azure Storage

X

Azure SQL Database

X

Azure SQL Elastic Pools

X

X

Azure Virtual Machines

X

X

Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets

X

Platforms 🔗

Install the Splunk Distribution of OpenTelemetry Collector on your infrastructure to start sending data to Splunk Observability Cloud.

Data source

Provides metrics

Provides traces

Provides logs

Kubernetes

X

X

X

Linux

X

X

Microsoft Windows

X

X

APM instrumentation 🔗

Instrument your applications to send metrics and traces to Observability Cloud.

Language

Provides metrics

Provides traces

Provides logs

C++

X

Java

X

X

Microsoft .NET

X

Node.js

X

PHP

X

Python

X

Ruby

X

Metric instrumentation 🔗

Instrument your applications to send metrics to Infrastructure Monitoring.

RUM instrumentation 🔗

Instrument your web and mobile applications to send metrics, web vitals, errors, and other forms of data to Splunk Real User Monitoring.

For more information, see Set up Splunk RUM for Browser.

Application receivers 🔗

An application receiver gathers metrics from its associated application and the host the application is running on and sends them to Infrastructure Monitoring.

Data source

Provides metrics

Provides traces

Provides logs

Amazon AppMesh Envoy Proxy

X

X

Apache ActiveMQ

X

Apache Kafka

X

Apache Spark

X

Apache Tomcat

X

Apache web server

X

X

X

Apache Zookeeper

X

ASP.NET

X

X

Cassandra

X

X

Chrony NTP

X

Cloud Foundry Loggregator Firehose

X

Collectd plugin

X

Consul datastore

X

Conviva Real-Time/Live video play

X

CoreDNS

X

Couchbase server

X

CPU

X

Disk and partition

X

DNS

X

Docker API server container

X

X

ECS Task metadata endpoint

X

Elasticsearch

X

etcd server

X

X

Exec Input

X

Expvar (Go)

X

Free disk space

X

GenericJMX

X

GitLab performance

X

Hadoop

X

HAProxy

X

Health Checker

X

Heroku

X

Host metadata properties

X

Host process

X

Host process list

X

Host process load

X

Interface traffic

X

Jenkins

X

JMX

X

Kong

X

Kubernetes API server

X

X

Kubernetes cluster

X

X

Kubernetes controller manager

X

Kubernetes network stats

X

Logparser

X

Logstash

X

Memcached

X

X

Memory usage

X

Mesos Marathon

X

Microsoft .NET runtime

X

Microsoft SQL Server

X

Microsoft Windows IIS

X

MongoDB

X

MongoDB Atlas cluster

X

X

MySQL

X

X

Nagios

X

Network interface I/O

X

Network protocols

X

NGINX

X

X

NTPQ

X

OPcache

X

OpenStack

X

PostgreSQL

X

X

procstat

X

Prometheus Exporter

X

Prometheus Node Exporter

X

Prometheus Velero

X

RabbitMQ

X

X

Redis

X

X

SignalFx Tracing Library for Go

X

SNMP agent

X

SolrCloud

X

SQL

X

Statsd

X

Supervisor

X

systemd

X

Telegraf Varnish

X

Traefik

X

VMware vSphere

X

Community integrations 🔗

  • Istio

  • Jaeger

  • Linkerd

  • Micrometer

  • Prometheus

  • Spring Boot

  • Telegraf Agent

  • Zipkin

For information about these integrations, access Splunk Observability Cloud, open the navigation menu and go to Data Setup > Community Integrations.

Notification services 🔗

These integrations enable you to send Observability Cloud alert notifications to the following third-party notification services:

  • Amazon EventBridge

  • BigPanda

  • Jira

  • Microsoft Teams

  • Opsgenie

  • PagerDuty

  • ServiceNow

  • Slack

  • Splunk On-Call

  • Webhook

  • xMatters

For more information about integrating with notification services, see Send alert notifications to third-party services using Splunk Observability Cloud.

Login services 🔗

These login service integrations enable your users to single sign-on (SSO) to Observability Cloud using a third-party identity provider (IdP) that uses SAML SSO or a custom URL that you specify.

  • Active Directory FS

  • Azure Active Directory

  • Google Cloud Identity

  • Google Sign-In

  • Okta

  • OneLogin

  • PingOne

  • SAML

For more information about configuring an SSO integration, see Configure SSO integrations.