You can discover services and applications using the Service Discovery adapter.
You can discover predefined applications and custom applications. vRealize Log Insight and are the predefined applications.Where You View the Discovered Applications
From the left menu, click Application Configuration tab.. From the right pane, click the
|Application Name||Enter a name for the application.|
|Application Prefix||Enter a prefix for the application.|
|Application Services||Select a service from the drop-down menu.
If the Service Discovery adapter discovers the service and if the services are connected to each other, a new application is discovered. The new application appears in the Applications Home page. Navigate to .
You see a list of the predefined applications supported. Select the predefined application, click the vertical ellipsis, and then click Preview. From the relevant Application pane, you can view the application services that can be discovered, and if the connections are identified, they will form an application. You can view the applications that are discovered by clicking .
If the same service instance is a member of more than one application (both known and custom), then the service is a part of the application that has the greatest number of services configured in the application definition.
The discovered set of services that communicate with each other, should match at least 70% of the defined application. Only the matching ones are filtered out based on whether one service is defined on more than one application.
You can view discovered services, the number of VMs on which each discovered service is running, and you can configure service discovery.
Where You View the Discovered Services
From the left menu, click Service Configuration tab.. From the right pane click the
You see a list of services that are discovered and the number of VMs that have the services running. You see this section after you have configured Service Discovery and the services are discovered.
You see a list of all the services supported and those that can be discovered.
|Type||Specify the type as either process or regex.
The process name must exactly match the name that you see in the guest OS when running commands ps in Linux and wmic in Windows. Specify a single port for each service.
The following characters are not supported: ,, \, and #.
Enter a regular expression that corresponds to the command line (or at least name) of the service, that you see in the guest OS when you run the following commands:
For example, to discover Cassandra services, enter cass.*dra as the regex.
The following characters are not supported: , and \n.
|Process Name||Enter a process name.|
|Port||Enter the port information.|
|Display Name||Enter the display name.|