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Send Alerts to Appdynamics

Admins: Please read about Splunk Enterprise 8.0 and the Python 2.7 end-of-life changes and impact on apps and upgradeshere.
Send Alerts to Appdynamics is an Alert Action, which provide the functionality create a Custom Event on Appdynamics when any Splunk scheduled alert is triggered.


This add-on provides an Alert Acction to send Splunk Alert details as Custom Event on Appdynamics.


Before setting up this Alert Addon for Appdynamics, the following is needed from an Appdynamics administrator:
An Appdynamics administrator must create an API Client, a user for access of API client and Access Token which will be used by the Splunk Alert App to create Custom Event on Appdynamics. The API user should ideally belong to a system user as opposed to an actual “human” user.

Set-up Instruction:

Follow the guide on Appdynamics to create API Client and generate Access Token.

Once Access Token is created and the app is installed, follow the steps to configure the app.
1. Goto Splunk manage apps.
2. Look for “Splunk Alerts to Appdynamics” app and click on “Set Up”.

3. Now provide your Appdynamics environment URL and Access Token created before.

4. Once entered click “Save”.

Scheduling Alert to use Appdynamics action:

While scheduling the alert, select “Send to Appdynamics” action from the action menu. You can provide the following parameters for Custom Event to be created on Appdynamics app.
(Details on Custom Event parameter - https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO45/Alert+and+Respond+API#AlertandRespondAPI-CreateaCustomEvent )

• Severity – Error, Info, Warn
• Event Type – Custom or Application Deployment
• Application ID – Appdynamics Application ID
• Summary – Provide a summary describing event
• Comment – Provide the comments if any (It will be added in history/chat section)
• Include Result Link - It will append the Splunk Alert Result link to the comment and add it to history/chat section)

Release Notes

Version 1.0.0
Nov. 10, 2019

Initial Release


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