There is new feature that allows you push logs to dynatrace over API, maybe this will be helpfull...
I am interested in getting logs from applications (WAS) on AIX platforms.
This post has been idle for a year now, is there any news about this topic ?
Is it still planned in the roadmap - and if so, when ?
Also, the API given as a hint might already work, but before I look for more info on it, the link to the article does not work (it links to the log feature homepage), so is it possible to update it please ?
Thanks in advance,
I'm afraid that the information is not accurate. If you look at the OneAgent platform and capability support matrix you can see the Log Monitoring for AIX is not planned.
You can use for example Logstash on AIX to collect/parse and ship logs from AIX to Dynatrace using Log Ingest API or other log shippers by your preference. I agree it's not an ideal setup, but it is at least something. Don't forget to enrich your logs with the dt.entity.process_group and dt.entity.host identifiers when shipping remotely, so the log entries are attached to corresponding entities.
@Julius_Loman the problem is AIX is very niche OS and neither fluentd or filebeat logshipper if i was on linux i have all this options. but currently i am not able to ship logs from websphere or IBM HTTP server without writing custom shipper. i believe due to this disadvantage Dynatrace should be capable of supporting this due to the above limitations.
@Serak I agree with you the AIX should be a "1st class citizen" and Oneagent Log Module should be available for AIX. Unfortunately it does not seem it so.
In the meantime as I wrote - you have several options:
It's difficult to recommend anything without knowing your environment and requirements.
I'm happy to share that with cluster version 1.253 and OneAgent 1.251+ we're adding support for AIX logs. https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/whats-new/release-notes/saas/sprint-253#oneagent-log-module-o...