I recently installed apm-server, elasticsearch and Kibana on a Centos 7 test server.
Ths support for APM RUM-JS on apm-server was enabled.
I'm trying to find a way to filter extensions based on response headers and then add a custom label based on the value of that header.
The response header I want to filter out is "X-Cache-Status" and then based on its "hit, miss, bypass ... '' value, add a custom label to the spam like "cache-status: hit".
Is it possible to implement this configuration in RUM-JS?
The purpose is to filter the spans and aggregate data, based on this custom label on kibana dashboards.
I've read some documentation for the RUM-JS agent, but I don't see any example response headers from some requests being used to enrich data sent by RUM-JS.
Kibana version: 7.13
Elasticsearch version: 7.13
APM Server version: 7.13
APM Agent language and version: RUM-JS 5.8
Original install method (e.g. download page, yum, deb, from source, etc.) and version: yum in a centos 7
Thank you so much for everyone's help!