Table of Contents


  1. Preface
  2. Monitoring jobs
  3. Monitoring Data Integration jobs
  4. Data Integration job log files
  5. Monitoring Mass Ingestion jobs
  6. Monitoring Data Accelerator for Azure jobs
  7. Monitoring Data Profiling jobs
  8. Monitoring imports and exports
  9. Monitoring file transfer jobs
  10. Monitoring elastic clusters
  11. Monitoring source control logs



Monitoring elastic clusters

elastic clusters

You can monitor the
elastic clusters
that are running in your organization. An
elastic cluster
is a set of computing machines that are used to run
elastic jobs
which are instances of
elastic mappings
and associated mapping tasks.
When you navigate to the
Elastic Clusters
page in Monitor, you can view a list of all
elastic clusters
in your organization. You can drill down on each cluster to view details for the cluster on the following tabs:
Activity Log
A list of cluster events that include the time that a cluster is started, scaled up or down, stopped, and the time that it is modified based on updates to the
elastic configuration
. It also includes events that make the cluster unusable, as well as cluster recovery events.
Lifecycle Graph
A visual representation of the number of worker nodes on the cluster over time.
elastic configuration
that a Secure Agent uses to create the
elastic cluster
. To edit the
elastic configuration
, you must use Administrator.
A list of all
elastic jobs
that are running on the cluster. You can stop and restart instances of
elastic mappings
and associated mapping tasks. You can also download log files.
When you drill down to a cluster instance, the unique cluster ID appears in parentheses in the header of each page. You can use the cluster ID to identify the cluster instance in log files.
The cluster ID in Monitor might not match the cluster ID that appears as the value for the KubernetesCluster tag that is assigned to cloud resources.

Updated February 12, 2021