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Can I monitor IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) with Splunk?

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Can Splunk monitor IBM WebSphere Application Server? (WAS)

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Re: Can I monitor IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) with Splunk?

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Yes! Check out Splunk for WebSphere Application Server (WAS) here: http://www.splunkbase.com/apps/Splunk+for+WebSphere+Application+Server

This app will index your IBM WAS logs, JVM metrics, and server configuration files in Splunk, and it provides sample dashboards and searches for troubleshooting and performance monitoring. The app handles field extractions, line breaking, and other config details which aren't that hard to do by hand, but having these packed into an app will save you some time so you can start searching right away. It's an easy way to get Splunk up and running with your J2EE app server data.

This App also works with IBM applications based on WebSphere, such as WebSphere Portal or WebSphere Commerce (although Splunk may need a little extra configuration to capture data unique to those apps which don’t go in the shared WebSphere logs, metrics, or configs).

If you have a question or bug report about this app , don't leave comments here on this question. Instead, please ask a new question and stick the app-websphereas-splunk tag on your question. Here's a one-click-link to the Splunk Answers new-question page with that tag already applied.

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Re: Can I monitor IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) with Splunk?

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Hai @Justin Grant the link which you have provided is not working http://www.splunkbase.com/apps/Splunk+for+WebSphere+Application+Server

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