StackState Agent V2 will retrieve data from the Fedora host it is running on and push this to StackState.
To set up the StackState Fedora integration, you need to have:
StackState Agent V2 installed on a Fedora host that is able to connect to StackState.
The StackState Agent V2 StackPack installed in StackState.
The Fedora integration is part of the StackState Agent V2 StackPack.
StackState Agent V2 will synchronize the following data from the host it is running on with StackState:
Hosts, processes and containers.
Telemetry for hosts, processes and containers.
Network connections between processes and containers.
Network traffic telemetry.
See the supported Linux versions for details.