Edge Delta Visual Pipelines

Engage with observability pipelines.

Visual Pipelines is a single, point-and-click interface for you to collect, process, and route observability data. After Beta, it will be the primary way you engage with observability pipelines within Edge Delta.

You can use Visual Pipelines to manage your data:

  • Build pipelines, including the data source, data processing functions, and streaming destinations.
  • Monitor pipeline health and ensure every component is working as expected.
  • Test and iterate upon pipelines without having to deploy (and redeploy) into production.

Key Concepts

  • Edit Mode: When enabled, users can add, remove, test, and deploy components to their observability pipeline.
  • View Mode: When enabled, users can monitor key throughput and I/O metrics regarding each of the nodes on the pipeline (i.e. bytes processed), as well as view the configuration of each of the pipeline components.
  • Input: Inputs define the data sources the Edge Delta agent should connect to.
  • Processors: Data processing functions that transform, enrich, analyze, optimize, or filter your data.
  • Output: Outputs define the destinations where Edge Delta streams processed data. Destinations include observability/analytics platforms, archive storage targets, alerting platforms, the Edge Delta SaaS, and more.

Visual Pipelines Beta

To deliver the best experience, we wanted our users to start using the Visual Pipelines as soon as possible. Bear in mind, however, that some functionality is still in Beta.

This means it:

  • is actively being developed
  • may have bugs
  • may be changed, deprecated, or removed
  • may not be explicitly supported by the Support team
  • may have documentation; however, the documentation may not be complete, and
  • may not be available to every customer in every environment.

Please see the agent and configuration version Requirements for more information about the Paid version of Visual Pipelines.

Try Visual Pipelines

Create a new agent or open a new agent’s configuration to use Visual Pipelines: