Splunk DB Connect 2
Splunk DB Connect v2 is a new release of our popular DB Connect add-on. It can help you quickly integrate structured data sources with your Splunk real-time machine data collection. Use Splunk DB Connect's Inputs to import structured data for powerful indexing, analysis, and visualization. Use Outputs to export machine data insights to a legacy database to increase your organization's insight. Use Lookups to add meaningful information to your event data by referencing fields in an external database. DB Connect v2 is not compatible with DB Connect v1 at this time.
Savvius Network Dashboards for Splunk
The Savvius for Splunk App is a long term monitoring and reporting solution for Savvius Omnipliances and OmniPeek Capture Engines. With the Savvius for Splunk App, statistics and events from any number of Capture Engines can be viewed in Splunk dashboards as an aggregated set or individually. Within the dashboards, any range of time can be chosen, and statistics and events from different times can be compared. Although the dashboards provided are useful, users are encouraged to customize, enhance, and clone the dashboards to create their own. The wealth of statistics and events from Capture Engines can also be correlated with other data in completely different dashboards. This is where the insight comes about how the network affects other aspects of the business, and vice versa. More information about the Savvius Omnipliance and OmniPeek Capture Engines can be found here: https://www.savvius.com/products/all_products
Sideview Utils (LGPL)
NOTE that this version is out of date (1.3.5). You can get the latest version from the Sideview website at http://sideviewapps.com/apps/sideview-utils . The latest version is 3.3.2 as of this writing. Release notes are here http://sideviewapps.com/apps/sideview-utils/release-notes/ Sideview Utils provides new and easier-to-use modules for the Splunk UI. You can mix and match these new modules with the core UI modules that ship with Splunk. As you start using the new modules in your Splunk views, your views will become much simpler to create and maintain (and even a little more powerful). Over time as you upgrade to the new modules and new techniques, you'll find that many of the parts of the Splunk UI that were the hardest to use are simply gone,