Create Dashboard in Splunk

Generate Splunk dashboards and quickly mail out PDF-based reports

Top Benefits

  • Create a dashboard through Splunk which can schedule every daily/weekly/monthly, which is useful to send automatic PDF output to user through mail.

Tasks

  • Reads input Excel file for Splunk dashboard configuration
  • Create Dashboard in Splunk using the Splunk web user interface

The objective of this bot is to automate the process of creating a dashboard in Splunk and automate sending the output in PDF through email.

Let’s assume, if 1 Employee is working 8hour/day to create a dashboard, on a daily basis he/she costs around $60 per hour to perform that work. The time consumption could be more when continuously checking the output and sending emails is considered. In a nutshell for 30 employees the cost estimate would be as follows: 1 Employee working = 8Hr/day, 30 Employees = 240Hr/day Rate/HR = $60/HR, Rate/Day = $14,400 Rate/Month = $2,16,000... but a bot will take minutes to create the same dashboard for employees at no cost.

Key Use Case: The bot will create a dashboard in PDF format in Splunk which can be useful for daily/weekly/monthly insights for the uploaded data. Once created, the bot will send an email with the dashboard attachment to the requesting individual for their review.

Get Bot

Free

Bot Security Program
Level 1
Applications
Business Process
Category
Downloads
125
Vendor
Automation Type
Bot
Last Updated
November 20, 2020
First Published
November 2, 2018
Enterprise Version
11.3.3
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See the Bot in Action

Input File
Splunk Backend Code Page
Splunk Dashboard Page
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Input File
Splunk Backend Code Page
Splunk Dashboard Page

Setup Process

Install

Download the Bot and follow the instructions to install it in your AAE Control Room.

Configure

Open the Bot to configure your username and other settings the Bot will need (see the Installation Guide or ReadMe for details.)

Run

That's it - now the Bot is ready to get going!

Requirements and Inputs

  • Splunk URL
  • Sender mail ID
  • User mail ID
  • Dashboard name
  • Splunk output filepath