Splunk® ITSI Module for Application Performance Monitoring

Install and Configure the Splunk ITSI Module for Application Performance Monitoring

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The Splunk® ITSI Module for Application Performance Monitoring will reach its End of Life on February 26, 2021.
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Install the supported add-ons that collect APM data for the ITSI APM Module

Install and verify one or more of the supported add-ons for the ITSI APM Module, and configure indexes:

  1. Install and configure the supported add-ons
  2. Verify data ingestion
  3. Add new indexes to the ITSI admin role

Install and configure the supported add-ons

The table lists the add-on versions that are supported for integration with Splunk IT Service Intelligence.

Follow the instructions in the add-on documentation to install and configure the add-ons that apply to your deployment. Open the add-on-specific documentation in a new tab, then return to this page when you are finished with the installation and configuration of the data inputs.

Add-on Link to installation and configuration instructions
Splunk Add-on for AppDynamics version 1.6.0 or later Splunk Add-on for AppDynamics

Verify data ingestion

After you have configured the add-on, verify that data is ingested successfully with these searches.

Add-on Data verification search
Splunk Add-on for AppDynamics

index=<index specified in the add-on input configuration> tag=apm

Add new indexes to the ITSI admin role

The administrator role for Splunk IT Service Intelligence is itoa_admin. This role needs access to indexes with data that you want to monitor in ITSI. Make this configuration change on each search head running Splunk IT Service Intelligence. If you have a search head cluster, perform these steps on one node and the Splunk platform replicates the configuration change to all nodes in the cluster.

  1. Go to Settings > Access controls, then click Roles.
  2. Click itoa_admin to edit it.
  3. Scroll down to Indexes searched by default.
  4. Click the names of the indexes that contain data collected by the Splunk Add-on for New Relic and the Splunk Add-on for AppDynamics to move them into the list of indexes searched by default.
  5. Click Save.
Last modified on 08 February, 2021
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® ITSI Module for Application Performance Monitoring: 1.0.0


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