The Tines connector uses Tines’s Webhook actions to send events via POST request.
Create connectors in Kibanaedit
You can create connectors in Stack Management > Connectors or as needed when you’re creating a rule. For example:
Tines connectors have the following configuration properties:
You can test connectors with the run connector API or as you’re creating or editing the connector in Kibana. For example:
If you create a rule action that uses the Tines connector, you can likewise configure the POST request that is sent to the Tines webhook action when the rule conditions are met.
Webhook URL fallbackedit
It is possible that requests to the Tines API to get the stories and webhooks for the selectors hit the 500 results limit. In this scenario, the webhook URL fallback text field will be displayed. You can still use the selectors if the story or webhook exists in the 500 options loaded. Otherwise, you can paste the webhook URL in the test input field; it can be copied from the Tines webhook configuration.
When the webhook URL is defined, the connector will use it directly when an action runs, and the story and webhook selectors will be disabled and ignored. To re-enable the story and webhook selectors, remove the webhook URL value.
Tines story libraryedit
In order to simplify the integration with Elastic, Tines offers a set of pre-defined Elastic stories in the Story library. They can be found by searching for "Elastic" in the Tines Story library:
They can be imported directly into your Tines tenant.
Tines connector will send the data in JSON format.
The message contains fields such as
kibanaBaseUrl, along with the
The number of alerts (signals) can be found at
The alerts (signals) data is stored in the
context.alerts array, following the ECS format.