StackState is an open platform that can be extended to work with any other IT system in your landscape.
Choose from one of the available tutorials below to get started.
The easiest way to connect an external system is by pushing data to StackState. This type of extension can be used to:
send topology information from an external system to StackState
send telemetry information from an external system to StackState
set the state of a component in StackState based on information from an external system
This push-integration tutorial will show you how it works.
A mirror integration is a good fit if you want to retrieve telemetry data from an external system on-demand, while keeping the external system as the source of the data instead of StackState. A mirror can:
retrieve telemetry data from external systems on-demand
aggregate this data in various ways
send the data in a standard format to StackState where it can be mapped to a component
This mirror integration tutorial will show you how it works.
StackPacks are packaged extensions to StackState. If you want to extend StackState to connect to a new datasource or add configuration, you can distribute these changes in a StackPack.
This basic StackPack tutorial will show you how it works.