Is there anyone out there that has used Splunk to monitor their Jasper Reports? We are looking to use Splunk to monitor the audit data including, inputs used, reports run, report execution times, etc. We have chosen Splunk over the standard Jasper reports so that non-technical users can get a quick snapshot of how things are going in production easier.
This should be pretty easy to accomplish with Splunk.
I see that the Jasper Audit data gets written to files and can also be exported with command line tools.And it seems to be pretty well structured into key/value relationships.
Do you have an example of a typical audit file entry ?
Form Googling the Jasper Admin guide , I see there is a Jasper command line utility that can export audit events "js-export --audit". So you could have a job that periodically performs this export , and then have Splunk monitor the directory to where the export files are getting written to.