Use Splunk Observability Cloud to monitor critical information about your applications, infrastructure, and cloud services.
Observability Cloud provides a unified experience for collecting and monitoring metrics, logs, and traces from common data sources. Data collection and monitoring in one place enables full-stack, end-to-end observability of your entire infrastructure.
Start getting data in Get data in. Learn how to monitor your infrastructure. Start getting data in to Splunk Observability Cloud .
Monitor your infrastructure View the health of your infrastructure. Monitor cloud services, hosts, and containers. Introduction to Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring .
Monitor your applications View the performance of applications. Monitor inbound and outbound dependencies for each service. Introduction to Splunk APM .
Monitor user experiences Monitor user interactions. Analyze web application performance. Introduction to Splunk RUM.
Troubleshoot with logs Troubleshoot incidents with your infrastructure and cloud services. Introduction to Splunk Log Observer .
Administration Manage users and teams. Control access with authentication tokens. Administer Splunk Observability Cloud .
- What's new
- New UI
- New integration experience
- New products
- Use case: Monitor and troubleshoot microservices and containers
- About the Buttercup Games site structure
- Receive notifications of outages and irregular behavior from Splunk On-Call
- Identify errors and resource response time latency with Splunk Real User Monitoring
- Jump to views of Splunk APM within Observability Cloud
- Discover root causes with Splunk APM
- Take action with Splunk Log Observer
- Install and configure the SignalFx Smart Agent
- Controls for sensitive data
- Remove sensitive data using Splunk OpenTelemetry Connector
- Use visibility filter APIs to block data in Splunk APM
- Verify changes to monitored systems with Live Tail
- Log Observer limits
- Log Observer ingest and index limits
- Log Observer processing rule limits
- Log Observer search query limits
- Instrument and configure Splunk RUM to monitor your application
- Before you start
- Step 1: Generate your RUM Token in the Observability Cloud
- Step 2: (Optional) Decide if you want to modify spans before they’re collected by Splunk RUM
- Step 3: Choose how you want to instrument and configure Splunk RUM on your application
- Step 4: Integrate with Splunk APM
- Step 5: Start exploring your data in RUM
- Create detectors to trigger alerts
- Create detectors
- Choose how to create a detector
- Build detector rules
- Name the detector
- Manage detector rules
- Set detector permissions
- Mute alert notifications
- Guidance for metric and dimension names
- Existing names
- Custom names
- Metric name standards
- Dimension name and value standards
- Example: Custom metric name and dimensions
- Considerations for metrics and dimensions names for your organization
- Guidelines for working with low and high cardinality data
- Guidance for custom event names
- Usage metrics for Splunk Observability Cloud