Context Hub: Data Sources Tab

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This topic describes the features of Data Sources tab in Services Config view of Context Hub service.

The Context Hub Services Config view > Data Sources tab is used to configure data sources for Context Hub service.

To access this tab:

  1. In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
    The services view is displayed.
  2. In the Services panel, select the Context Hub service and click settings.png > View > Config.
    The Services Config view of Context Hub is displayed with the Data Sources tab selected.


The following table describes the features of Data Sources tab.

ic-add.png Opens the Add Data Source dialog so that you can add a data source. You can add only one data source of each type. For detailed instructions to add a data source, see Step 2. Configure Data Sources for Context Hub.
ic-delete.png Delete a data source. 
If you delete a data source, Context Hub does not consider the deleted service as a data source. All contextual information fetched previously will not be available.
ic-edit.png Opens the Edit Data Source dialog. For description of each field in Edit Data Source panel, see Step 2. Configure Data Sources for Context Hub.
ic-actns2.png Opens the Configure Responses dialog. You can view and edit the responses for the data sources.
For example, alerts and incidents are responses that can be retrieved when context information is fetched from Incident Management data source. For description of each field in Configure Responses dialog, see Step 2. Configure Data Sources for Context Hub.
EnabledIndicates whether the data source is enabled or disabled. A solid colored green circle indicates that data source is enabled (). An blank white circle indicates that data source is disabled.
TypeThe type of data source. For example, Incident Management or ECAT.
NameThe unique name to identify the data source. For example, Incident Management.
AddressThe IP address or hostname of the data source. 
PortThe connection port for the data source. 
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