The recommended way to connect your Agent check and visualize the data within StackState is to install the Custom Synchronization StackPack. Note that the Custom Synchronization StackPack only supports a single instance, to synchronize multiple instances you will need to create a multi-tenant StackPack.
Install the Custom Synchronization StackPack from the StackState UI StackPacks > Integrations screen. You will need to provide the following parameters: * Instance type (source identifier) - TopologyInstance * Instance URL
These are directly mapped to the TopologyInstance supplied in the get_instance_key function of your agent check.
In the example Agent check below StackState, the Custom Synchronization StackPack Instance type would be example and the Instance URL would be instance_url.
def get_instance_key(self, instance):
if 'url' not in instance:
raise ConfigurationError('Missing url in topology instance configuration.')
instance_url = instance['url']
return TopologyInstance("example", instance_url)
When the StackPack has been installed, the Custom Synchronization should become enabled and you should start to see the topology coming in for your Agent Check.