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Azure Monitor Add-on For Splunk

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The Azure Monitor Add-On for Splunk offers near real-time access to metric and log data from all of your Azure resources. Azure Monitor is Microsoft Azure’s built-in pipeline for searching, archiving, and routing your monitoring data, providing a single path for getting Azure data into Splunk. Simply configure your resources to send log and metric data into an event hub namespace, deploy the add-on, and configure the add on with your event hub namespace details and you are ready to go. The add-on currently supports these data types:
• Activity log, routed to event hub via a log profile
• Diagnostic logs, routed to event hub via diagnostic settings
• Metrics, routed to event hub via diagnostic settings

The Azure Monitor Add-On for Splunk offers near real-time access to metric and log data from all of your Azure resources. Azure Monitor is Microsoft Azure’s built-in pipeline for searching, archiving, and routing your monitoring data, providing a single path for getting Azure data into Splunk.

Getting Started

Simply configure your resources to send log and metric data into an event hub namespace, deploy the add-on, and configure the add on with your event hub namespace details and you are ready to go. For detailed instructions, see the installation and configuration wiki.

Supported data types and services

The add-on currently supports these data types:
Activity log, routed to event hub via a log profile
Diagnostic logs, routed to event hub via diagnostic settings
Metrics, routed to event hub via diagnostic settings

These data types are supported for the following Azure services:
• Activity log: All Azure services
• Diagnostic logs: Supported services and categories
• Metrics: Supported services and metric definitions


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