Flyamynt is a SaaS service that allows customers to build, run and analyze cloud workflows securely for any cloud with little to no code.
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) teams can leverage Fylamynt’s Automation Platform to easily build automated workflows that respond to incidents 24X7.
Fylamynt have built an API integration with Humio that has two main use cases.
Fylamynt can now receive Humio alerts through an API call and can execute common, repetitive tasks such as restarting critical EC2 instances, remediating resource bottlenecks, maintaining resources and sending communications to key stakeholders. This enables faster response times to critical operational issues, reduces human error and increases productivity as DevOps teams can focus more time on adding value through innovation and new features.
Within the Flyamynt interface customers can now click to pull in the raw logs from Humio that are relevant to a particular issue and are needed for detailed analysis and investigation. This results in faster resolution of issues as engineers have all the data at their fingertips through a single interface.
To configure the integration a customer must have admin access to both a Humo instance and a Fylamynt service.
The integration is enabled through the Fylamynt product interface where the customer will configure the destination of their Humio service and enter a valid Humio API key.
In addition the customer will need an API key and service URL for their Fylamynt service. Once this initial step is completed the customer can create a new alert action in Humio that will use the webhook functionality to trigger corresponding automation actions that are configured within Fylamynt.
Customers can also configure Fylamynt to fetch relevant logs for a Fylamynt alert from Humio and specify the Humio query and a timeframe for the search within Humio. Fylamynt will then pull the matching events from Humio through an API call.
For detailed step by step instructions on how to enable and configure the integration please refer to the documentation provided by Fylamynt here.