SquaredUp brings together data from your existing platforms and tools on-demand, creating interactive, consistent dashboards and drilldowns for real-time insights and better decision making.
It's not just about data from SCOM, but from a whole range of data sources:
Web API for data from any REST API
PowerShell to visualise and combine data from virtually any source
SQL for data from SQL databases
This is made easy using native data integrations in the form of dedicated tiles for popular providers:
Dashboards can be further enriched by embedding web page content, custom HTML and images:
The Web API tile allows you to pull data from external web sources and display this data using a variety of visualisations.
What kinds of APIs are supported?
The Web API tile works with any REST API that returns JSON.
How do I connect to the API I want to use?
The connection details are not stored in the tile, but in the provider. You need to create a provider before you can use the Web API tile.
How do I get data from the API into the tile?
The Web API tile supports
POST requests. For the format of those requests, you need to refer to the API documentation of the service you want to integrate with.
Before you use the Web API tile with an API you may need to add that API as a provider in SquaredUp. Adding an API provider is a one-time configuration task to be carried out by a SquaredUp administrator.
Once a provider has been configured for a particular API provider it can be used in multiple tiles.
Using the PowerShell tile you can transform and visualise data from external tools and data stores and even combine data from several sources.
The SQL tile can show many visualisations using SQL queries.
Native Data Integrations
Query Log Analytics data from Azure Monitor and display the information on your dashboard using a range of visualisations.
Query App Insights and display grid and scalar data in SquaredUp.
The SquaredUp Elasticsearch integration allows you to easily show data from your Elasticsearch instance.
The ServiceNow integrations allows you to quickly and easily show incidents and change requests in SquaredUp.
Visualise your Splunk queries using the easy to use dedicated Splunk tile.
The Web Content tile can be used to add HTML or to embed web pages.
HTML can be used to add text, for example a title, or hyperlinks, so example a link to another website.
Webpages can be embedded in your dashboard, as an iframe, for example to show web content from another site alongside the data in other tiles on the dashboard.
The Image tile allows you to add any image to your dashboard.