The integration between Humio and Fylamynt provides users with the ability to automate and streamline cloud log management.


Humio is powerful and extremely useful for system administrators. It provides a fast, but flexible platform for logs and server metrics. With Humio Cloud, your log entries and other metrics are sent to your own private, secure repository. You’ll then use the Humio web interface to analyze your data, and to create alerts to let you know when events occur or parameters are exceeded.

The alerts can be later ingested by Fylamynt with this integration and relevant information can be retrieved actively in the middle of any investigation from Fylamynt.

Use Cases

The integration between Fylamynt and Humio lets you:

Ingest alert as a trigger to Fylamynt workflows.

  • In Humio, you can create Alerts to be triggered when specific events happen that you designate, when some parameters are exceeded that you determine. When an Alert is triggered, it can initiate an Action, which could include sending a message to someone, logging it to another system, or performing some other action.

Search logs/metrics stored in Humio.

  • This is the main endpoint for executing queries in Humio. You are able to query a repository and then see the results back in S3. Please see the details below.

Configure Humio in Fylamynt

  • Navigate to Settings > Integrations > Humio

  • Click Add integration to create and configure a new integration instance

Details needed to set up Humio instance in Fylamynt:




Humio API Token

API Token obtained from Humio


Humio URL

Humio Cloud URL, e.g.


Webhook API Key Name

Fylamynt API Key Name for webhook authentication


Webhook URL

Fylamynt Webhook URL to be used by Humio


Follow the steps listed below in your Humio Account to complete the configuration

  1. Add Humio Cloud URL to Humio URL in Authorize Fylamynt panel. e.g.

  2. In your Humio account, go to Manage Your Account --> Account Settings, and copy API Token. Add the copied API Token to Humio API Token field in Authorize Fylamynt panel.

  3. Configure Fylamynt webhook in selected Humio repository.

    Go to a Humio repository --> Alerts --> Actions and create a New Action

    • Select Action Type as Webhook

    • Add Name

    • Copy the Fylamynt Webhook URL from Authorize Fylamynt panel and add in Endpoint URL

    • Select POST Method

    • Http Headers

      Header Name: Content-Type Header Value: application/json

      Header Name: x-api-key Header Value: add Webhook API Key value from Authorize Fylamynt panel.

      Instructions to get Fylamynt Webhook API Key value: Under Authorize Fylamynt, choose one of the Webhook API Key Name from the dropdown, and the corresponding Webhook API Key Value should be shown. If no options are available for the Webhook API Key Name, first go to Settings --> API Keys --> Manage Keys to Create a New API Key.

    • Use the Default Message Body Template

    • Click on Create Action

  4. Configure a Humio Alert to use Webhook Action Go to a Humio repository --> Alerts -> Create Alert or Edit Alert -> In Alert "Action" select newly created Webhook "Action"

Integration Actions

You can add these actions in Fylamynt workflow builder, as part of your workflow.

Integration node to run Humio search query in a Humio repository


Parameter Name




The start date and time. This parameter tells Humio not to return results from before this date and time.



The end date and time. This parameter tells Humio not to return results from after this date and time.



Humio repository to search



The actual query. See Query language for details.



Target AWS S3 bucket to store search result



Parameter Name





Query result



Boolean value which denotes if the result is truncated or not



S3 bucket key path of search result



Name of the bucket


  • AWS SSM automation has restriction on size of response object (~100 KB). If query has a result greater than this value then truncated result would be returned, and if S3 Bucket Name is provided then whole result would be written to the bucket.

Action Example

  • Add start_time and end_time

  • Select Humio repository from dropdown, Humio search query and AWS S3 bucket name (optional)