Send Signal Sciences metrics and events to Datadog to monitor real-time attacks and abuse against your applications, APIs, and microservices, and to ensure Signal Sciences is functioning and inspecting traffic as expected.
Get metrics and events from Signal Sciences in real-time to:
See metrics from the WAF related to:
See IPs that Signal Sciences has blocked and/or flagged as malicious from any of the following activities:
See alerts on Signal Sciences agent status
To use the Signal Sciences-Datadog integration, you must be a customer of Signal Sciences. For more information about Signal Sciences, visit us at https://www.signalsciences.com.
Install the Signal Sciences agent.
Configure the Signal Sciences agent to use DogStatsD:
Add the following line to each agent’s agent.config file:
statsd-type = "dogstatsd"
When this is done the agent’s StatsD client has tagging enabled and metrics such as
sigsci.agent.signal.<SIGNAL_TYPE> are sent as
sigsci.agent.signal and tagged with
sigsci.agent.signal with tag
If using Kubernetes to run the Datadog Agent, make sure to enable DogStatsD non local traffic as described in the Kubernetes DogStatsD documentation.
Configure the SigSci agent to send metrics to the Datadog Agent:
Add the following line to each agent’s
Click the button to install the integration.
In Datadog, verify that the “Signal Sciences - Overview” dashboard is created and starting to capture metrics.
Within Datadog, create an API key.
In your Signal Sciences Dashboard on the Site navigation bar, click Manage > Integrations and click Add next to the Datadog Event integration.
Enter the API Key in the API Key field.
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sigsci.agent.waf.total sigsci.agent.waf.error sigsci.agent.waf.allow sigsci.agent.waf.block sigsci.agent.waf.perf.decision_time sigsci.agent.waf.perf.queue_time sigsci.agent.rpc.connections.open sigsci.agent.runtime.cpu_pct sigsci.agent.runtime.mem.sys_bytes sigsci.agent.runtime.uptime sigsci.agent.signal
All Signal Sciences events are sent to your Datadog Event Stream
The Signal Sciences integration does not include any service checks.
Need help? Contact Datadog support.
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