Splunk® User Behavior Analytics Monitoring App

Splunk UBA Monitoring App

Acrobat logo Download manual as PDF


Acrobat logo Download topic as PDF

Examine Splunk UBA system health with the Splunk UBA Monitoring App

In Splunk Web, click Apps > Monitoring UBA to view the home page of the Splunk UBA Monitoring App:

This screen image shows the Splunk UBA Monitoring App home page. The panels and information in each panel are summarized in the text immediately below this image.

The following table summarizes the panels you see on the home page:

Panel Description
Overall Health A summary of the overall health of your Splunk UBA system, services, and modules. Possible statuses are OK, WARN, or BAD.
KPIs A summary of the key performance indicators (KPIs) for important Splunk UBA components such as data sources, output connectors, and streaming models. Possible statuses are OK, WARN, or BAD.
UBA Info The version of Splunk UBA that is running.
UBA Nodes System information such as IP address, OS information and kernel version for each Splunk UBA node. The OS and kernel version must match on all Splunk UBA nodes, so this is a good way to quickly verify this information if you need to troubleshoot any issues.
Sizing Overview A summary of sizing information including counts for the number of anomalies, applications, devices, users, and threats found in Splunk UBA. The information is presented as a daily trend so you can quickly see if there is a sudden increase in anomalies, for example, or a steady increase in the number of threats.


CPU usage spikes

CPU utilization is likely to vary throughout the day, but can be especially high during nightly batch or offline model processing. If your observed spike aligns with your nightly batch or offline model processing schedule, and you observe no other indicators such as errors in logs or model failure, you can consider your spike normal.

Last modified on 07 April, 2022
PREVIOUS
Send all logs to the Splunk platform
  NEXT
Example: Troubleshoot a data source

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® User Behavior Analytics Monitoring App: 1.0.0, 1.1, 1.1.1, 1.1.2


Was this documentation topic helpful?


You must be logged into splunk.com in order to post comments. Log in now.

Please try to keep this discussion focused on the content covered in this documentation topic. If you have a more general question about Splunk functionality or are experiencing a difficulty with Splunk, consider posting a question to Splunkbase Answers.

0 out of 1000 Characters