To provide the best experience for Splunk users who want to monitor their infrastructure, Splunk is refocusing engineering efforts on our IT Essentials Work and IT Service Intelligence offerings. As a result, we will End Of Sale Splunk App for Unix and Linux on April 30, 2021 and End of Life on March 13, 2022.
We highly recommend that customers either purchase IT Service Intelligence and utilize the Content Library and Content Packs for pre-built service-level dashboards and KPIs, or use the latest version of Splunk IT Essentials Work 4.9 (available May 2021) to monitor host level data. For more details on this announcement and migration options, please refer to our blog post and contact your sales representative with any questions.
The Splunk App for Unix and Linux provides rapid insights and operational visibility into large-scale Unix and Linux environments. With its new pre-packaged alerting capability, flexible service-based hosts grouping, and easy management of many data sources, it arms administrators with a powerful ability to quickly identify performance and capacity bottlenecks and outliers in Unix and Linux environment.
The Splunk App for Unix and Linux is easy to deploy and comes with configurable data inputs allowing you to quickly provision new Unix and Linux hosts and services.
The Splunk App for Unix and Linux is not supported on any version of Internet Explorer because it makes heavy use of scalable vector graphics (SVG), a standard for which IE has limited support. It can, however, be used on any other Splunk-supported browser.
To learn about the Splunk App for Unix and Linux, see the official documentation here on docs.splunk.com.
For information on what has been fixed as well as known issues, see the release notes.