Planning a sequel to the blog – Moving bits around: Deploying Splunk Apps with Github Actions – led me to an interesting experiment. What if we could manage and automate the deployment server the same way, without having to log on to the server at all. After all, the deployment server is just a bunch […]
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Deploying apps to forwarders using the Deployment Server is a pretty commonplace use case and is well documented in Splunk Docs. However, it is possible to take this a step further and use it for distribution of apps to the staging directories of management components like cluster manager or a search head cluster deployer, from […]
It would be reasonable to argue that no matter the size of the deployment, there aren’t many Splunk deployments out there that have not leveraged the Deployment Server to manage and distribute Splunk apps to other components. Just put everything in the $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/deployment-apps directory of the Deployment Server and create server classes connecting the relevant […]
Anyone who is familiar with writing search queries in Splunk would admit that eval is one of the most regularly used commands in their SPL toolkit. It’s up there in the league of stats, timechart, and table. For the uninitiated, eval, just like in any other programming context, evaluates an expression and returns the result. […]
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