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Datadog Integration

When you connect Datadog and Tines you transform the mundane by extending and automating your responses to events, logs, and alerts. By creating fully automated workflows, you can enhance and enrich not just your work, but your focus and effectiveness. By interconnecting new sources of data and threat intelligence, you can automate a whole host of actions and continue to build on them as your situational awareness or needs change.

Use Cases

Track, record, and enrich Datadog high level API key administration::Detect API usage from high risk IP NETBLOCKS::Deduplicate and act on suspicious system authentication events::Threat hunting for IoCs due to anomalous host behaviour::Pivot through Tines stories to interconnect any other platform or API

Tines is built on stories. If you can tell the story of your current process (or a desired workflow) Tines can automate it. Using simple building blocks, any team member can build a Tines story across their teams, platforms, or business units. You can even chain stories together (using sub-stories) to build more complex modular and reusable workflows.

Start with the low-hanging fruit and then work your way up the tree! Which manual tasks, runbooks, playbooks, or SOPs do you or your team spend the most time on?

Agents and Actions

Just a sample of some of the prebuilt triggers, transforms, and actions ✓

Docs and Tutorials

Datadog + API

Datadog is a powerful cloud-based monitoring and instrumentation tool. It gathers metrics, performs synthetic tests, and aggregates log data across your fleet of applications, hosts, and infrastructure. Datadog can generate a lot of events and alerts but how do you spot the signal from the noise and go beyond departmental boundaries to automate across teams and systems? You can leverage turn-key Tines agents with Datadog and begin automating 'out-of-the-box'. We recommend creating dedicated Datadog API keys for use with Tines to ensure separation of duty.

Please note: you require 2x Datadog API keys, the main API Key called DD-API-KEY and an Application Key called DD-APPLICATION-KEY. They both get set in the Tines 'Headers' but are stored in the secure Tines Credentials store (the header keys, but not values, are already present in the prebuilt Datadog agents).

Visit Datadog Docs ( ) or check out the Datadog API ( ) to see what endpoints you can access.

Tines + API

Tines is the automation engine for all your workflows. It enables you and your team to automate away manual tasks and create consistency with repeatable and reliable automated processes. With just a few simple building blocks you can rapidly automate a whole host of everyday tasks and workflows. Not only can you create your own agents but you benefit from the ongoing shared contributions of our analysts, engineers, and customers. Whether you leverage our prebuilt blocks or roll your own, it's simple to create actionable and repeatable outcomes that save you time and stress. This frees you up to work on more valuable and creative challenges. Tines is more than just a SoaR(Security Orchestration Automation and Response) platform or API tool, it's an engine that powers a whole range of processes, people, and workflows.

If there's an endpoint with an API, Tines can query it securely and correctly without using any apps, plugins, modules, or applets. As there is no need for coding or fragile scraping, Tines accelerates and empowers you to work smarter and more strategically. Irrespective of size or volume, it only takes minutes to leverage the Tines cloud. You can even deploy dedicated instances on your own infrastructure.

Escape from alert fatigue, standardize your workflows, and take back control by automating your processes, playbooks, and SOPs(Standard Operating Procedures) with simple drag-and-drop actions.

Visit Tines Docs for more information on agents, events, stories, credentials, globals, or administration. Even though you work from inside the graphical storyboarding tool, you can still access the Tines API if so desired for even deeper integrations.

You can also use powerful Liquid Templates and Filters throughout Tines (including in URLs, headers, credentials, or payloads).

Deep Dives

Check out the Tines Blog for more in-depth deep dives and novel uses.

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