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Boot IO Analysis with uberAgent for Splunk 1.5

Analysing slow boots is a difficult task. You need to install software like XPerf and master its far-from-intuitive command line options to generate a trace file that you can then analyze. Once you find a possible cause for the long startup duration you never know if it is specific to the machine you analyzed or […]

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Application Usage Metering with uberAgent for Splunk

uberAgent has been pretty good at monitoring applications for some time. It is capable of auto-grouping processes to applications and showing IOPS and other stats per application in addition to per process. All this gets even better today: beta 2, available now, adds application usage metering to the feature list. (more…)

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Performance information about a single session over time.

Introducing uberAgent for Splunk

uberAgent for Splunk takes Windows monitoring a step further. uberAgent does not just collect data – it gives you the information that matters. Other monitoring products rely on the performance counters built into Windows. uberAgent has its own metrics, covering key aspects of user experience and system performance. (more…)

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