F5 Telemetry Streaming¶
Welcome to the F5 Telemetry Streaming User Guide. To provide feedback on this documentation, you can file a GitHub Issue, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This the documentation for the latest version of Telemetry Streaming, if you want to see the documentation for a long term support (LTS) version, use the version selector on the top left (for details, see Support information on GitHub).
Telemetry Streaming (TS) enables you to declaratively aggregate, normalize, and forward statistics and events from the BIG-IP to a consumer application. Telemetry Streaming is an iControl LX Extension delivered as a TMOS-independent RPM file, and uses a declarative model, meaning you provide a JSON declaration rather than a set of imperative commands. To use Telemetry Streaming, you POST a single JSON declaration to Telemetry Streaming’s declarative REST API endpoint.
See our Telemetry Streaming overview video:
This guide contains information on downloading, installing, and using the Telemetry Streaming Extension. Use the navigation panes, and/or the Next and Previous buttons to explore the documentation.
|Push Consumers||Supports System Poller||Supports Event Listener|
|Microsoft Azure Log Analytics||yes||yes|
|Microsoft Azure Application Insights||yes (metrics only)||no|
|AWS CloudWatch||yes (metrics only)||no|
|StatsD||yes (metrics only)||no|
|Google Cloud Operations Suite’s Cloud Monitoring||yes (metrics only)||no|
|Google Cloud Logging||yes||yes|
|OpenTelemetry Exporter||yes (metrics only)||partial (converts logs to metrics)|
|Pull Consumers||Supports System Poller||Supports Event Listener|
|Default Pull Consumer||yes||no|
|Prometheus Pull Consumer||yes (metrics only)||no|