Firefly's Cloud Asset Management solution enables DevOps, SREs, and platform engineering teams to control their entire cloud footprint and manage it more efficiently and consistently using Infrastructure-as-Code. You can use a webhook in the Firefly platform to forward events to the Sumo Logic HTTP endpoint. Using these logs, you can monitor the system for various events including drift detection, unmanaged resource detection, ghost resource detection, and policy violations in Sumo Logic. For more details, refer to the Firefly Documentation.
The Sumo Logic integration for Firefly ingests events into Sumo Logic through an outgoing webhook available in Firefly. The following event types are ingested through the Firefly webhook:
- Drift Detection
- Unmanaged resource detection
- Ghost resource detection
- Policy Violation
This section has instructions for collecting logs for the Sumo Logic Firefly webhook collection.
Follow the below steps to configure the Hosted Collector to receive Firefly events:
- In the Sumo Logic portal, create a new Hosted Collector or use an existing one. Then add an HTTP Logs and Metrics Source.
- Configure Source Category in the HTTP Source - for example,
webhook/firefly- for the Firefly integration.
- Copy and save the endpoint URL of the source.
Configure the webhook integration in Firefly to send events to the Sumo Logic HTTP source. Once configured, it will be triggered each time the events occur within your Firefly account.
Follow the below steps to configure the Firefly webhook.
- Sign in to the Firefly account.
- Go to Settings, and select Integrations.
- Click Add New.
- Under Notifications section, select Webhooks. The webhook form appears.
- Enter webhook form data as follows:
- Nickname. Provide a name for your webhook.
- Webhook URL. Enter the Sumo Logic HTTP endpoint URL (source address) created above.
- Click Next, and select Done.
- Go to Notifications, and click Add New.
- Enter notification form data as follows:
- Event Type. Select for which event type to receive a notification.
- Under Criteria, select the Data source.
- Destination. Select the webhook name created above.
- Click Create.
- Verify Firefly events are getting ingested in Sumo Logic by executing the following query on Sumo Logic's Log Search panel.