# Moogsoft Docs

### ExtraHop

You can configure the ExtraHop integration to post data to Moogsoft AIOps when an alert occurs in ExtraHop.

Refer to the LAM and Integration Reference to see the integration's default properties. When you use the integrations UI, you can only configure the visible properties.

If you want to implement a more complex ExtraHop LAM with custom settings, see Configure the ExtraHop LAM.

See the ExtraHop documentation for details on ExtraHop components.

#### Before You Begin

The ExtraHop integration has been validated with ExtraHop v7.4. Before you start to set up your ExtraHop integration, ensure you have met the following requirements:

• You have an active ExtraHop account.

• You have the necessary permissions to access system configuration and add data stream targets in ExtraHop.

• ExtraHop can make requests to external endpoints over port 443.

#### Configure the ExtraHop Integration

To configure the ExtraHop integration:

1. Navigate to the Integrations tab.

2. Click ExtraHop in the Monitoring section.

3. Provide a unique integration name. You can use the default name or customize the name according to your needs.

#### Configure ExtraHop

Log in to ExtraHop to configure a data stream target and trigger to send alert data to your system. For more help, see the ExtraHop documentation.

1. Create a new data stream target connection in ExtraHop with the following details:

Field

Value

Name

Moogsoft AIOps

Host

Copy the URL and paste into ExtraHop without https://, for example:

https://examplehost.com becomes examplehost.com.

Port

443

Type

HTTPS

Authentication

Basic

<Username that Moogsoft AIOps generates in the UI>

<Password that Moogsoft AIOps generates in the UI>

2. Test the target configuration with the following details:

Field

Value

Method

GET

Options

{
"path": "/",
}
3. Ensure the new configuration has been saved and is running.

4. Create an ExtraHop trigger with the following details:

Field

Value

Name

Moogsoft AIOps

Events

5. Add the following trigger script. The value of REST_DEST must match the name of your data stream target.

// The name of the HTTP destination defined in the ODS config
var REST_DEST = "Moogsoft AIOps";

var headers = { "Content-Type": "application/json" };

var msg = {
JSON.stringify(msg) } );