A StackPack is a complete configuration package for StackState that simplifies the setup of deep integrations with various external services. It can be easily installed and uninstalled.
StackPacks are plugins for StackState which extend the functionality of StackState. For now all StackPack’s provide a way to configure StackState in an automated way to integrate with specific systems.
For an overview of the available StackPacks, see
Choose the desired StackPack or Integration and proceed to its page. There you can see the overview of the StackPack or an Integration, list of already installed Instances (if any) and helpful resources and FAQs. Integrations are provided by a StackPack. To install a specific Integration you will need to install the StackPack that provides it.
Before installation of a StackPack or an Integration please make sure you meet all prerequisites listed on the page.
To install an instance of a StackPack:
There are a few standard StackPacks available in StackState that you can install.
This StackPack contains everything you need to manually create topology (components and relations) in StackState.
Use the Manual Topology StackPack if you want to create topology in StackState via the GUI.
This StackPack contains everything you need to automatically synchronize topology information from an external topology source.
Use the Custom Synchronization StackPack if you want to connect an external topology source that is not listed as a standard StackPack.
The StackState Agent StackPack installs the StackState Agent. The agent instruments physical or virtual machines and sends telemetry and topology information to StackState.
The StackState Agent is supported on the following platforms:
|Debian||Wheezy (7)||64bit||-||-||Needs glibc upgrade to 2.17|
|CentOS||6||64bit||-||-||Needs glibc upgrade to 2.17|