To monitor Tableau there are various tools you wish to make use of:
There is helpful information on the https://www.tableau.com/products/add-ons/data-management
Lastly, you might wish to use another third-party software to monitor the hosting machine resources(new relic, nagios, datadog etc)
I hope the above helps
We already have log shark placed into the system but that is something which gives us report after the incident has happened. We need something which will give us alert right at the moment which will tell us that something is currently going wrong with server. Do you happen to know something like that. I'll look into these till then new relic, nagios, datadog.
Thanks for your help.
Yes we are in process of upgrading Tableau Server hopefully that time it will help us. Thanks for the information.
Thank you for your reply. I believe there is a requirement for extra clarification.
A. Management Add will provide information which was also mentioned by Thibauilt.
Tableau Monitoring - Tableau - if you have the option to go for the add on
B. If not then, For CPU usage or something else on the hosting machine if needed then Nagios, New Relic, etc are a good option, depending on the level of monitor you require
C. Should you feel that the subscriptions are not working as expected, then I strongly encourage you to open a support ticket.
D. Alternatively, you can use a combination of hardware utilization monitoring, data from Tableau Server’s Repository, and external tools to understand and monitor the health of Tableau Server and how analytics are being consumed. You can use standard enterprise monitoring platforms, such as Splunk, New Relic, or other agent-based utilities, as well as Tableau Desktop to analyze your Tableau Server data.
Hope the clarification will shade a bit of light into your query