Step up your cloud automation game with Fylamynt and Humio

We teamed up with Humio, a live observability platform empowering data aggregation, exploration, reporting, and analysis to create a new API integration for both platforms.

Rebecca Auguste
December 21, 2021

Have you ever had something so good you can’t imagine your life without it? What if we told you there was a way to automate your cloud operations and get what you need from both Humio and Fylamynt all within a single platform? It’s true. 

We teamed up with Humio, a live observability platform empowering data aggregation, exploration, reporting, and analysis to create a new API integration for both platforms. By working together, Humio and Fylamynt can enable:

  • faster response times when dealing with critical operational issues.
  • Reduced opportunities for human error.
  • Increased productivity so DevOps teams can focus on innovation.

So how does it work?


This new two-way integration gives customers the ability to pull raw logs from Humio while within the Fylamynt interface. Say you need to pull logs from Humio that are relevant to a particular issue or needed for analysis – you can do so in Fylamynt. All it takes is one easy click.


Through an API call, Fylamynt receives Humio alerts and can automate everyday activities such as:


  • Restarting critical EC2 occurrences
  • Amending resource bottlenecks
  • Maintaining resources
  • Sending communications to key stakeholders


By automating repetitive manual operations, this two-way integration improves the efficiency of customer’s cloud operations and results. Now that engineers have what they need to respond to outages in a single platform, issues can be resolved much quicker than before.

Why do you need it?

Automation is essential for cloud operations. More specifically, cloud automation does three things:


  1. Reduces operational costs and errors

Cloud automation workflows with Fylamynt and Humio reduce the amount of hands-on effort needed to manage cloud operations. By automating and scheduling routine processes, users can free up operational resources, reduce errors and time spent debugging. Ultimately offering engineers more time in their workflow.


  1. Drives innovation

No more focusing on performing routine fixes and pesky housekeeping. Cloud automation lets engineers spend more time on what matters most: innovation. By streamlining and minimizing time spent on repetitive everyday tasks, engineers can build new features, improve the old ones, and solve their most pressing problems – without sweating about the small stuff. 


  1. Assists with timely risk management

By calculating the risk associated with an incident or resource in Fylamynt, you can make sure SREs correctly prioritize incidents. Don’t let risks get out of hand – deal with them at the start. Cloud automation helps avoid future incidents by containing and managing risks more efficiently. 



How can you get started?


Implementing this integration is simple and most importantly, it’s free to use. With only a few configuration steps in both Humio and Fylamynt, you can be on your way to stepping up your cloud automation game in no time. 


To learn more about setting up the integration and to configure Humio in Fylamynt, click here. To learn about Humio, you can click here



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