Supported OS Windows Mac OS Linux


SentinelOne is an Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution to discover, protect, and respond to endpoint threats. SentinelOne Singularity Endpoint uses static and behavioral detections to identify and contain both known and unknown threats across the enterprise. It is compatible with Windows, MacOS, and Linux operating systems.

Use this integration to collect activity logs, alerts, and threats directly from the SentinelOne Management API. Combining SentinelOne and Datadog Cloud SIEM gives you full visibility across your cloud infrastructure and your endpoints. The out-of-the-box detection rule shows your SentinelOne built-in alerts and any custom threats alongside the rest of your Cloud SIEM signals for a single pane of glass view across all your systems.

You may also configure SentinelOne Cloud Funnel to forward SentinelOne raw telemetry from an Amazon S3 bucket to Datadog. Customers with Cloud SIEM may use this EDR telemetry data for long term storage, custom detections, investigations, and reporting.

All log data collected will be parsed and normalized for easy searching and dashboarding.


SentinelOne customers can collect alerts, threats, and activity logs as well as Cloud Funnel telemetry. Follow the instructions below to set up your data collection:

Collect alerts, threats and activity logs

  1. Log in to your SentinelOne Cloud console, then click Settings
  2. Select the Users tab.
  3. Select Service Users.
  4. Click Actions, then select Create New Service User.
  5. In the Create New Service User pop-up window that opens, enter a Name and Description, then select a custom Expiration Date in 10 years.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Select Site, then select Viewer for your site.
  8. Click Create User.
  9. In the pop-up window that opens, click Copy API Token to copy the new token.

Collect SentinelOne Cloud Funnel telemetry

Note: Log in to your SentinelOne Customer Portal account to access SentinelOne’s documentation.

  1. Create and configure an Amazon S3 bucket. For instructions, follow How to Configure Your Amazon S3 Bucket in SentinelOne’s documentation.

  2. Set up Cloud Funnel streaming in your SentinelOne Management Console. For instructions, follow How to Enable Cloud Funnel Streaming in SentinelOne’s documentation.

    On the Cloud Funnel configuration page, use the following values:

    • Cloud Provider: AWS (Amazon Web Services)
    • S3 Bucket Name: the name of the S3 bucket you created in the first step
  3. In S3, verify that your Cloud Funnel logs are going to your S3 bucket.

  4. Deploy the Datadog Forwarder CloudFormation stack by clicking Launch Stack on the Datadog Forwarder > CloudFormation page.

    Set the following parameters:

    • DdApiKey: your Datadog API key
    • DdSite: your Datadog site
    • DdTags: source:sentinelone,service:sentinelone,endpoint:EDR_Telemetry
  5. In the AWS console, open your Datadog Forwarder Lambda function. Go to the Triggers tab and select Add trigger.

    • Select S3 as your trigger type.
    • Under Bucket, enter your S3 bucket.
    • Under Event types, select All object create events.


In the AWS console, check your Lambda function’s Monitor tab for errors.

In Datadog’s Log Explorer, look for your SentinelOne S3 logs.

Data Collected


SentinelOne does not include any metrics.


Logs originate from the following sources:

  • Activity Logs record data for management activities in the SentinelOne Console. For example, when a user is added, deleted, or authentication rules (2FA) change, an event records the activity. Likewise, when a threat is mitigated or stays unmitigated, an event is generated. These events can be used for investigations and threat hunting.
  • Threats involve detecting certain malicious activities, risky practices, and attacks such as brute-force and password spray attempts. Logs include creations and updates of threats.
  • Alerts let you generate and distribute alert events when their conditions are met. The condition typically involves a metric that moves above or below a threshold value, the occurrence of an event, or the occurrence of multiple events in a period of time.


The SentinelOne integration does not include any events.

Service Checks


Need help? Contact Datadog support.