Creating McAfee ePO Alert and ARF Actions with Add-On Builder
One of the best things about Splunk is the passionate user community. As a group, the community writes amazing Splunk searches, crafts beautiful dashboards, answers thousands of questions, and shares apps and add-ons with the world.
Building high quality add-ons is perhaps one of the more daunting ways to contribute. Since the recently-updated Splunk Add-On Builder 2.0 was released, however, it’s never been easier to build, test, validate and package add-ons for sharing on SplunkBase.
Technical Add-Ons, aka TAs, are specialized Splunk apps that make it easy for Splunk to ingest data, extract and calculate field values, and normalize field names against the Common Information Model (CIM). Since the release of version 6.3, Splunk Enterprise also supports TAs for …
Command Modular Input
Simplifying the status quo
I’m often thinking about potential sources of data for Splunk and how to facilitate getting this data into Splunk in the simplest manner possible.
And what better source of data than existing programs on your operating system that already do the heavy lifting for you.
Now this is nothing new to Splunk , we’ve always been able to wrap up a program in a scripted input, execute it, transform the output and pipe it into Splunk.
But rather than going and creating many of these specific program wrappers for Splunk each time you need to capture a program’s output , why not create 1 single Modular Input that can be used as a generic wrapper for …