Add an integration
JupiterOne loves data, and the more data you provide, the more powerful JupiterOne's capabilities become. One of the main ways for JupiterOne to ingest data is by enabling integrations with your organizations tooling and infrastructure.
Configuring your integrations within JupiterOne will allow you regularly pull in relevant data points from the enabled integrations—allowing you to monitor, query, and review the data ingested by JupiterOne.
Integrations support the ability to have several instances of an integration configured simultaneously. This allows for segmenting data that is ingested from an integration between instance Ids.
Aside from ingesting data from integrations, JupiterOne also support the ability to upload data directly (like via CSV or API). See our nifty guide for importing your data into JupiterOne.
Adding an integration instance
Once you're ready to begin integrating JupiterOne with your tools of choice, you will need to create an integration instance for whichever integration you wish to configure.
Along with pre-configured integration solutions, you have the ability to create custom integrations. You can find more info about custom integrations here.
To create an integration instance:
Navigate to the Integrations tab from the JupiterOne dashboard.
Select your integration of choice.
From within the integration-view, click to Add instance.
Provide the necessary credentials for the integration.info
All integrations share a set of common configuration fields in addition to integration-specific fields. Read more about the shared configuration fields.
Alternatively, refer to our integration-specific installation guides within the integration directory for more info on integration-specific fields.
Click Create at the bottom of the page once all the necessary fields have been provided.
Now that your integration instance has been configured, it will begin running on the polling interval you provided, populating data within JupiterOne. Continue on to our Instance management guide to learn more about working with and editing integration instances.