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Supported integrations in Splunk Observability Cloud 🔗

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

Cloud services

See the available services for each Cloud services provider at:

Infrastructure monitoring

See Collect infrastructure metrics and logs for information on how to collect data for:

APM instrumentation

See Available APM instrumentation, including:

You can also instrument your applications to send metrics to Infrastructure Monitoring.

RUM instrumentation

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

For more information, see Introduction to Splunk RUM.

OpenTelemetry receivers

Learn more at OpenTelemetry receivers.

These are the available OTel receivers:

Application and host integrations

Note

The SignalFx Smart Agent has reached End of Support. While the agent can capture and export telemetry to Splunk Observability Cloud, Splunk no longer provides any support, feature updates, security, or bug fixes. Such requests are not bound by any SLAs.

Smart Agent integrations and application receivers are available and supported through the Splunk Distribution of the OpenTelemetry Collector. For more information, see Use Smart Agent monitors with the Collector.

Browse available monitors by category:

These are the available Smart Agent monitors:

Data source

Provides metrics

Provides traces

Amazon ECS Task Metadata

X

Apache ActiveMQ

X

Apache CouchDB

X

Apache HTTP Server

X

Apache Kafka

X

Apache Spark

X

Apache Tomcat

X

Apache Zookeeper

X

ASP.NET

X

AWS AppMesh Envoy Proxy

X

cAdvisor

X

Cassandra

X

cgroups

X

Chrony NTP

X

Cloud Foundry Loggregator Firehose

X

Collectd plugin

X

Collectd df plugin

X

Collectd uptime

X

Consul datastore

X

Conviva Real-Time/Live video play

X

CoreDNS

X

Couchbase server

X

CPU

X

CPUFreq

X

Disk and partition

X

DNS Query Input

X

Docker Containers

X

Elasticsearch

X

Elasticsearch query

X

etcd server

X

Exec Input

X

Expvar (Go)

X

Free disk space (filesystems)

X

GenericJMX

X

GitLab

X

Hadoop

X

Hadoop JMX

X

HAProxy

X

Health Checker

X

Heroku

X

Host metadata properties

X

Host process

X

Host process list

Host process load

X

HTTP

X

Interface traffic

X

X

Istio

X

X

Jaeger gRPC

X

Java metrics

X

Jenkins

X

JMX

X

Kafka consumer

X

Kafka producer

X

Kong Gateway

X

Kubernetes API server

X

Kubernetes cluster

X

Kubernetes controller manager

X

Kubernetes events

X

Kubernetes network stats

X

Kubernetes proxy

X

Kubernetes scheduler

X

Logparser

Logstash

X

Logstash TCP

X

Memcached

X

Memory usage

X

Microsoft .NET

X

Microsoft .NET runtime

X

Microsoft SQL Server

X

Microsoft Windows IIS

X

MongoDB

X

MongoDB Atlas cluster

X

MySQL

X

Nagios

X

Network interface I/O

X

Network protocols

X

NGINX

X

NTPQ

X

NTP server

X

OPcache

X

OpenShift Cluster

X

OpenStack

X

PHP FPM

X

PostgreSQL

X

procstat

X

Prometheus - any app exposing Prometheus metrics

X

Prometheus exporter

X

Prometheus Go

X

Prometheus NGINX Ingress

X

Prometheus NGINX VTS

X

Prometheus Node exporter

X

Prometheus Velero

X

RabbitMQ

X

Redis

X

SAP HANA

X

SignalFx Forwarder (deprecated)

X

X

SNMP agent

X

SolrCloud

X

SQL

X

Statsd

X

Supervisor

X

systemd

X

Traefik

X

Varnish

X

VMware vSphere

X

Windows Performance Counters

X

Windows services

X

Notification services

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

  • Microsoft ADFS

  • Microsoft Entra ID (formerly Azure Directory)

  • Google Cloud Identity

  • Google Sign-In

  • Okta

  • OneLogin

  • PingOne

  • SAML

For more information about configuring an SSO integration, see Configure SSO integrations for Splunk Observability Cloud.

Data link destinations

Data links let you link metadata to the following destinations outside of Splunk Observability Cloud:

  • Splunk Cloud Platform

  • Splunk Enterprise

  • Kibana

For more information about creating data links, see Link metadata to related resources using global data links.

Community and other integrations

The following Community integrations are available:

  • Istio

  • Jaeger

  • Linkerd

  • Micrometer

  • Prometheus

  • Spring Boot

  • Telegraf Agent

  • Zipkin

Other integrations

Other integrations include: