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Integrations

An integration is a system from which Netuitive collects data.

Tip   The New Integration page defaults to showing all integrations. You can filter the list down by typing into the "Search Integrations..." box.

Integrations List

Netuitive offers integrations with collectors, agents, and automation software. Click one of the cards below to jump to the setup documentation:

Packages

A package is a mechanism by which Netuitive delivers out-of-the-box- setup for a particular integration. Packages are maintained in repositories in the Netuitive Community Packages Github project. Packages consist of computed metrics, dashboards, and policies and are distributed when you enable a new integration in Netuitive. You can read more about packages here.

Java Integration Options

We have several different options for monitoring Java applications. Each method varies in terms of setup difficulty and the amount / type of information it collects. See the table below for more information.

Method Description
Ananke

Java library you can use to push metrics to the StatsD listener embedded in our Linux agent.

Important   This approach requires that you integrate the StatsDReporter into your applications.
Dropwizard

Integrate the dropwizard-metrics library into your Dropwizard application and either configure it to send metrics to the StatsD listener embedded in our Linux agent or directly to Netuitive's REST API.

Iris Java library you can use to push metrics directly to Netuitive's REST API.
Java Agent Open-source and open-license Java agent the does the byte-code instrumentation for you. No changes to source code required.
JMX Integration that relies on our Linux agent to collect JVM metrics (e.g., heap size, garbage collection, etc.) without code-level instrumentation.

Enabling or Disabling Integrations

When an integration is disabled, it does not collect new data. However, historical data collected on a disabled integration will continue to be displayed in Netuitive for up to two weeks after the integration was disabled.

Important    After an integration has been disabled for two weeks, all data collected on that integration will no longer be available. You can enable a integration anytime after disabling it to begin collecting data on that integration again.