VMware Aria Operations for Applications (formerly known as Tanzu Observability by Wavefront) continuously adds new integrations to the existing set, and improves available integrations. We update our complete list of all integrations each time we add new integrations.
Starting July 3, 2023, VMware Aria Operations for Applications is a service on the VMware Cloud services platform. After this date, we support two types of subscriptions: Operations for Applications subscriptions onboarded to the VMware Cloud services platform and original subscriptions. Original subscriptions are the existing ones and they remain as is until onboarded to VMware Cloud services. We are in the process of incrementally onboarding all original subscriptions to VMware Cloud services.
For details about the two subscription types and how they differ, see Subscription Types.
If your Operations for Applications service is onboarded to VMware Cloud services, most of the integrations authenticate with VMware Cloud services access tokens. Only a limited list of integrations still authenticate with Operations for Applications API tokens. For details, see How Integration Authentication Works.
During the process of onboarding an original Operations for Applications service to VMware Cloud services, all of the existing integrations are preserved and continue to operate using Operations for Applications API tokens. You should incrementally switch to integration authentication with the more secure VMware Cloud services access tokens. See What Happens with the Integrations?.
We improved the following integration in January 2024:
- Amazon Web Services - You can now disable the ingestion of support service limit metrics (also known as service quotas), that is, the metrics with the namespace
aws.limits.*. To do so, when you register or edit your AWS Metrics+ integration, deselect the Service Limit Metrics check box.
All 2019 - 2023 Integrations Release Notes
We have separate pages for: