Nastel XRay User’s Guide
The Nastel XRay User’s Guide is an overview of the Nastel XRay system. Use this document as a starting point to learn of Nastel XRay’s features. Explore samples and demos, learn how to access and customize the system and see how data is imported/exported. Nastel XRay functions are also discussed, as well as an introduction to using the jKool Query Language (jKQL).
Nastel XRay Installation Guide
Nastel XRay is designed with a flexible, modular, clustered, component architecture and may be deployed in various configurations to one or more Virtual Machine Images, based on user requirements. Nastel provides Standalone Appliance and Multi-Node Cluster configurations.
Nastel XRay Upgrade Guide v1.2 to v1.3
Follow this guide to upgrade from Nastel XRay version 1.2 to 1.3.
jKQL Reference Guide
jKQL (the jKool Query Language) defines the syntax of statements used for manipulating data in the XRay Data Model. Use this guide as a reference to learn how to use jKQL to analyze anomalies, behavior, flows, relationships and patterns in your data as it relates to your business.
Nastel XRay and Red Hat Quick Start Guide
Use this guide to get started with Nastel XRay and Red Hat OpenShift.
Nastel XRay is using Machine Learning to provide insights into data that would not normally be seen by simply viewing the data. Read this guide for more information on what is required and how Machine Learning is used with Nastel XRay.
Nastel XRay Express for IBM MQ Tracing - Docker Version
The Nastel XRay Express for IBM MQ Tracing guide describes the installation, configuration and usability of the Nastel XRay for IBM MQ Tracing utility. Please review this guide carefully before using the product.
Nastel XRay Express for Kafka - Docker Version
This guide describes the installation, configuration and usability of the Nastel XRay Express for Kafka utility. Please review this guide carefully before using the product.
Nastel XRay Probes for z/OS
This manual describes the installation and use of Nastel XRay probes for z/OS.
jKQL Streaming and Query API with REST
The JKQL Streaming & Query API using REST allows you to run queries against your data repository, as well as send events, metrics, and transactions.