Instrumentation with Splunk
Monitoring and Reporting for Oracle Applications
Splunk is probably best known along with other Security, Information, and Event Monitoring software for its use in intrusion detection, W/Lan traffic monitoring, and more. But unlike other software systems which rely on modules and add-ons, Splunk offers a robust real-time big data collection and reporting framework complete with its own Search Processing Languages and ready to use point and click reporting tools. This makes Splunk the perfect tool for every Oracle Applications DBA and Manager to have in their shop.
If monitoring your Oracle Applications/EBS Systems is taking up too many cycles or you’re tired of getting caught off guard with what could have been preventable system outages, take some time to attend this webinar where Datavail will illustrate 2 ways Splunk can be used to mine your KPI data.
The first example will be how to use Splunk to monitor JVM logs in real-time on custom Oracle BI Application. The second will show how to use scheduled scripted inputs to collect a capacity management report for RMAN database backups.
Below is a preview of the webinar transcript.
What does Splunk do? Well, Splunk is a cross platform performance monitoring framework that can, when properly implemented, forward log data from multiple to a central index … I’ll go over more of these in detail as we go forward in this demo … execute commands to pull and forward live performance data from multiple apps to a central index, provide a cross web reporting, analysis, and alerting tool, be trained to recognize key metrics, and provides quick and easy ad-hoc mining tool.
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