Splunk App for HadoopOps
Resolve Problems Faster and Gain End-to-end Visibility Across Your Hadoop Environment
The Splunk App for HadoopOps provides real-time monitoring, troubleshooting and analysis of the health and performance of your Hadoop environment. It monitors cluster resources beyond Hadoop itself, including the network, switch, rack, operating system and database—giving you a more complete view of your environment. Get the Splunk App for HadoopOps.
Monitoring a Hadoop stack across multiple servers can be extremely complex and time consuming. By focusing solely on the Hadoop layer, existing Hadoop monitoring tools typically offer limited views and insights into the Hadoop environment. As a result, critical problems in Hadoop environments will often reoccur and remain unresolved.
The Splunk App for HadoopOps meets this challenge with the following core capabilities:
- End-to-end monitoring and troubleshooting of Hadoop cluster, database and networks in addition to multi-cluster management from different data centers
- Powerful alerting framework for any warning or error conditions
- Centralized real-time view of Hadoop nodes using intuitive heatmap display
- Analysis of real-time and historical MapReduce job performance
Monitor Nodes on the Cluster, MapReduce Jobs and Hadoop Services
The Splunk App for HadoopOps displays the health of all of the servers in the cluster, drill down details on the Map and Reduce tasks and the health of the Hadoop file system daemons.
View Hadoop Configurations
Discover the configuration of each node and each daemon in the Hadoop cluster. Hadoop is highly dependent on the hardware and network it uses. Monitor for any changes made to the Hadoop configurations to prevent service disruptions.
Enhance the end-to-end debugging of issues with the power of Splunk search and the real-time information from all Hadoop, Linux, database and network log files. See the at-a-glance health status, cluster visualization, job performance and analysis with the interactive user interface of Splunk Enterprise.
Set Headline and Alert Notifications
Create alerts that are triggered on a single event as well as on a group of events. Per-result alerting gives you granular control over the notifications received when a Hadoop node, MapReduce task or HDFS daemon is failing.