Will Kubernetes be discovered using the Discover Applications option?
Once the Site24x7 Linux monitoring agent is installed, you can discover applications like SMART Disk and Docker using the Discover Applications (Server > Server Monitor > Servers > click on the monitor > hover on the hamburger icon > Edit) option.
But, the Kubernetes cluster cannot be discovered using this option. Only the Linux DaemonSet agent will be able to discover your Kubernetes cluster and add it for monitoring.
Troubleshooting steps if the Microsoft Windows applications are not getting auto-discovered
Once the Windows server is added for monitoring, Windows applications including IIS, SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, Active Directory, Hyper-V, BizTalk will be automatically discovered and marked for monitoring. In case this does not happen, follow one or ...
Possible reasons why Kubernetes monitor is not added to Site24x7
Check if the option Auto discover applications on the server is set to Yes in Settings (Admin > Server Monitor > Settings). Alternatively, you can also click on Discover Applications in the monitor's Summary page (hover on hamburger icon beside ...
How to collect Applications and Services Logs from Windows event logs
Site24x7 AppLogs uses the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) query on the Site24x7 Server Monitoring agent to fetch event logs. The WMI module requires the registry entry below to read the event logs from the Applications and Services Log ...
Bulk action to auto-discover VMware resources
You can enable autodiscovery to monitor all the VMware virtual machines (VMs), datastores, resource pools, and snapshots in bulk at the associated VMware ESX/ESXi host level. Simply choose Yes next to your preferred resources and select the VMware ...
How does auto-discovery of child applications work?
Applications will be auto-discovered once the Windows or Linux agent is installed in your server. Auto-discovery will happen only if the option Auto discover applications on the server is set to Yes in the Settings page (Admin > Server Monitor > ...