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Sources

Nobl9 collects and normalizes service level indicators (SLIs) from various systems using each source's native query language. Events are triggered by intuitive error budget policies at appropriate attention level. You can export your data for deeper analysis or external dashboards.

Click any of the cards below to learn:

  • What credentials are required to connect to a source.
  • How to set up a direct or agent configuration for the source.
  • How to set up your SLOs, using Nobl9 App and sloctl.
  • How to construct your queries for the threshold and ratio metrics.
  • How often Nobl9 calls source's server.
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Check out the table in the Overview of the available features section containing data source's overview and information on supporting main Nobl9 features.

Overview of the sources

Amazon CloudWatch
Agent access: AWS credentials required
Direct support: Yes
Amazon Prometheus
Agent access: AWS credentials required
Direct support: No
Amazon Redshift
Agent access: AWS credentials required
Direct support: Yes
Appdynamics
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Azure Monitor
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Google Big Query
Agent access: JSON credentials file required
Direct support: Yes
Datadog
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Dynatrace
Agent access: Dynatrace API token required
Direct support: Yes
Elasticsearch
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: No
Google Cloud Monitoring
Agent access: JSON credentials file required
Direct support: Yes
Grafana Loki
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: No
Graphite
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: No
InfluxDB
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Instana
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
ServiceNow Cloud Observability
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
LogicMonitor
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Only with sloctl
New Relic
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
OpenTSDB
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: No
Pingdom
Agent access: Pingdom API Token required
Direct support: Yes
Prometheus
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: No
Splunk
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Splunk Observability
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
Available on demand
Sumo Logic
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes
ThousandEyes
Agent access: Direct access to the instance
Direct support: Yes

Overview of the available features

The following table presents the list of all supported data sources along with information on the available connection methods and information on supporting the main Nobl9 features:

Select a source from the drop-down menu to see features it supports: