Secure your enterprise, monitor system performance, and more by harnessing the power of Splunk to search, monitor, report, and analyze events and data from any source.
on 05/22/2012 – Made popular on 05/22/2012
Boundary‘s application performance monitoring technology is now integrated into Splunk‘s enterprise platform, providing a window into apps that increasingly are distributed across cloud and on-premise virtualized environments.
Boundary provides a snapshot every second of the app’s topology.
I currently have a server in my home lab running Splunk, really love it. I'm soon going to have another server in the EC2 cloud, and I'd love to be able to monitor that using Splunk, hopefully though the primary Splunk server I already have setup.
Now, I don't plan on having a VPN connection set up between the two servers, I don't have the proper hardware to allow that currently sadly.
I'm fail to generates a DD-WRT log to Splunk. While I did enable syslog and log management at DD-WRT, also specify the remote server which is abc.com:8000. Therefore, I have open the UDP port as 514 on my router.
In my Splunk, I created a syslog over the UDP and giving my UDP port which I doing the port forwarding on my router, but I'm still unable to get any log from router to Splunk.