uberAgent is an innovative Windows and macOS user experience monitoring and endpoint security analytics product. You have come to the right place if you want to get it up and running in your environment.
- Start by checking out the system requirements and take a look at the release notes.
- If you have not yet done so, install Splunk or one of the alternative supported backends.
- Next, you probably want to know how to install and deploy uberAgent.
uberAgent comes in two flavors: uberAgent UXM (user experience monitoring) and uberAgent ESA (endpoint security analytics).
uberAgent’s main component is a lightweight agent that collects data on the endpoints and sends it to a backend of your choice. The other component is a Splunk dashboard app that visualizes what has been collected by the agent.
Here is a list of all the metrics collected by uberAgent, neatly organized by category.
uberAgent can be configured by way of config files (all platforms) or via Group Policy (Windows). Details in configuration options.
Here is a list of steps to take in order to reduce uberAgent’s data volume.
uberAgent’s log files help you quickly find out what is going on. They are easy to read and have a wealth of information.
When a new version of uberAgent is released you might want to upgrade your installation. Here’s how to do that.