Set up Splunk APM 🔗
Monitor the availability and performance of your distributed applications by sending traces to Splunk APM. A trace contains one or more spans that log requests or transactions in your system. You can use trace data as the basis of dashboards, charts, and alerts, and you can correlate trace data with logs and other resources.
To set up Splunk APM and begin analyzing application availability and performance, follow these steps:
See the following optional topics for additional guidance as you set up Splunk APM:
The following resources provide additional information about Splunk APM:
For an overview of important terms and concepts in Splunk APM, see Key concepts in Splunk APM.
For a series of Splunk APM use cases, see Use cases: Troubleshoot errors and monitor application performance using Splunk APM.
For a set of interactive walkthroughs of Splunk APM, see APM Scenarios.