The purpose of Integration Monitoring is to provide transparency for the data exchange processes. It supports the monitoring for peer-to-peer interfaces as well as interfaces using orchestration platforms and provides a unified user experience for all interface types using a common look-and-feel and handling pattern.
Integration Monitoring closes the gap between IT and Business. The correlation of integration artifacts provides end-to-end visibility in interface calls and message flows cross all involved cloud services and systems.
Users of Integration Monitoring can analyze the actual processing of interface calls and message flows including possible technical or business-driven root causes.
Before you can set up Integration Monitoring in SAP Cloud Application Lifecycle Management, you have to connect your subscribed SAP cloud services to your SAP Cloud ALM instance.
This is done by setting up the Landscape Management Service. Please follow the Setting Up Landscape Management guide in SAP Help on how to perform the setup.
To setup Integration Monitoring please follow the monitoring setup guide provide for each of the supported categories:
In SAP Cloud ALM the collection for messages and exceptions is maintained on component level. It is possible to create a scenario to visualize a relationship between components and to maintain message paths. How to do this is described here.
In case you encounter problems configuring or using SAP Cloud Application Lifecycle Management, please report an incident using one of the following components:
Please select one of your SAP Cloud Platform Integration Systems when reporting the incident.