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SaltStack Enterprise

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Overview
This app integrates SaltStack Enterprise v6.3 with Splunk to:

- Send SaltStack Enterprise metrics data to monitor health of Salt infrastructure.
- Provide operational metrics and dashboards for your SaltStack deployment
- Take actions from Splunk based on Splunk events into SaltStack Enterprise

Use cases:
- Monitor health of backend PostgreSQL & redis databases and detect performance bottlenecks.
- Create alerts when certain metrics meet or exceed threshold values.
- Monitor the health of your Salt Master and Minion deployment.
- Take actions from Splunk based on Splunk events into SaltStack Enterprise Alert Action

Documentation:

https://help.saltstack.com/hc/en-us/articles/360044580391

Note: Requires SaltStack Enterprise 6.3 or later.

Release Notes

Version 1.1.0
June 4, 2020

- Added SaltStack Alert Action.

Version 1.0.0
June 1, 2020

- Import SaltStack Enteprise metrics data into Splunk.

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