After learning about datasources in Learn about Datasources, we are going to see how to add and configure them. We already discovered that these components are in charge of securely connect our instance with the tools and services where we will be mining our data from. Check Dashboard Integrations: Datasources to discover the full catalog of apps and tools that Dashboard Hub can be integrated with.
The default datasource is the instance where the app is installed, which needs no configuration. You can select it right after installing the app.
Access to the dashboard actions in the “…” menu, in the right top navigation bar. Select Manage datasources and you’ll access to all the datasources available to the whole organization and your private datasources.
Access to the dashboard actions in the “…” menu, in the right top navigation bar. Select Add datasource and you’ll be able to select among all the available source products.
The instructions to connect with the different products are detailed in the next screen. See Dashboard Integrations: Datasources to see the upcoming source products, and contact us if you are interested in any other product.
Dashboard Hub Connector Apps — A connector app is a special app to integrate with external Jira instances, Confluence or Bitbucket
Dashboard Integrations: Supported Products — Discover what products can be integrated now and what will be soon
Add and Manage Datasources — Learn how to add and configure datasources
Learn about Datasources — Learn what datasources are, what types there are and why are they one of the key assets in dashboards
Hybrid Dashboards: Data from Server, Data Center and Cloud in the same Dashboard — Find out everything about Hybrid Dashboards: Data from server, data center and/or cloud in the same dashboard