Splunk® Supported Add-ons

Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics

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About the Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics

Version 4.2.2
Vendor Products VMware vCenter Server versions 6.5, 6.7, 7.0

The Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics is a collection of add-ons that collect Performance, Inventory, Tasks, and Events data from VMware vCenters, ESXi Hosts, and Virtual Machines. The performance data of vCenter Server, Clusters, ESXi hosts, and Virtual Machines is ingested into Splunk in the form of metrics. The add-on provides deep operational visibility into granular performance metrics, logs, tasks and events, and topology from hosts, virtual machines, and virtual centers for use with the Splunk App for Infrastructure and IT Service Intelligence (ITSI).

Download the Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics from Splunkbase.

For version 4.2.1

The below packages have been removed from the add-on and published as apps on Splunkbase:

Package New Splunkbase name Version
Splunk_TA_esxilogs Splunk Add-on for VMware ESXi Logs 4.2.1
Splunk_TA_vcenter Splunk Add-on for vCenter Logs 4.2.1
SA-VMWIndex-inframon Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics Indexes 4.2.1

For version 4.2.0 or below

The Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics version 4.2.0 or below contains multiple packages that are installed at different locations in the VMware Splunk deployment. The packages are listed below:

  • Splunk_TA_vmware_inframon
  • SA-Hydra-inframon
  • Splunk_TA_vcenter
  • Splunk_TA_esxilogs
  • SA-VMWIndex-inframon
Last modified on 20 October, 2021
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Release notes for Splunk Add-on for VMware Metrics

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Supported Add-ons: released


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