COMMERCIAL FEATURE: Access the Sensu Catalog in the packaged Sensu Go distribution. For more information, read Get started with commercial features.
NOTE: The Sensu Catalog is in public preview and is subject to change.
The Sensu Catalog is a collection of Sensu integrations that provide reference implementations for monitoring and observability and help you integrate Sensu with the platforms and tools you’re already using. Catalog integrations are self-service and designed to help you scale up with fewer barriers.
Use the official Sensu Catalog in the web UI
In the official Sensu Catalog in the web UI, users install integrations by following prompts and providing custom information. Sensu then applies any customizations to the integration’s resource definitions and deploys the integration configuration to agents in real time.
No external configuration management is required, and users can deploy effective monitoring and observability resources even if they aren’t familiar with the Sensu APIs, sensuctl, or the monitoring-as-code workflow.
Read Configure integrations in the Sensu Catalog to learn about the official Sensu Catalog in the web UI.
Create your own catalog of integrations
Instead of using the official Sensu Catalog, you can create a private catalog of custom integrations and make it available to you users within the Sensu web UI.
Read the Catalog integrations reference to learn how to structure your catalog repository, create integration definitions, and use the catalog-api command line interface tool to convert integration files into static API content.
Follow Build a private catalog of Sensu integrations to create your own catalog.
Read the Catalog API documentation to learn more about the requests the catalog-api tool makes to generate the files to display in the Sensu Catalog.