About Integrations...

Integrations are what enable Sleuth to communicate with the CD/CI tools in your DevOps arsenal. Sleuth is then able collect the information it needs to provide a comprehensive view of your deployments, ensuring that you always know what is happening with your code—commits, PRs, deploys, issues, errors, metrics, feature flags, authors, and so much more—and communicating successful—or failed—deployments through a chat ops integration.

Sleuth acts as a control panel so that you can have a single place to monitor your deployed applications, and know instantly when something goes wrong and where you need to go to fix it.

You can even have Sleuth track a manual change, which can be anything you can give a name and description to.

Sleuth Integrations

Integration

Type

Additional info...

AWS

Infrastructure

Can be used a change source. Coming soon

Bitbucket

Code Deployment

Code deployments as a change source

CircleCI

Builds

Track your builds

Clubhouse

Issue Tracker

Automatically associate issues with deploys

Datadog

Metric Tracker

GitHub

Change Source

Code deployments as a change source

GitLab

Change Source

Contact us for more information

Honeybadger

Error Tracker

Jira

Issue Tracker

Automatically associate issues with deploys

LaunchDarkly

Change Source

Feature flags as a change source

New Relic

Impact Metrics

Contact us for more information

Rollbar

Error Tracker

Sentry

Error Tracker

SignalFx

Metric Tracker

Slack

Chat Ops

Notify your entire team or specific individuals

Terraform Cloud

Infrastructure

Can be used as a change source. Coming soon

Manual Changes

Manual changes allow you to enter just about anything into the Sleuth Dashboard as a change source. Read more about it.