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REST API Modular Input

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This is a Splunk Modular Input for polling data from REST APIs and indexing the responses

Splunk REST API Modular Input v1.5.3

Overview

This is a Splunk modular input add-on for polling REST APIs.

Activation Key

You require an activation key to use this App. Visit http://www.baboonbones.com/#activation to obtain a free,non-expiring key

Features

  • Perform HTTP(s) GET/POST/PUT/HEAD requests to REST endpoints and output the responses to Splunk
  • Multiple authentication mechanisms
  • Add custom HTTP(s) Header properties
  • Add custom URL arguments
  • HTTP(s) Streaming Requests
  • HTTP(s) Proxy support , supports HTTP CONNECT Verb
  • Response regex patterns to filter out responses
  • Configurable polling interval
  • Configurable timeouts
  • Configurable indexing of error codes
  • Persist and retrieve cookies

Authentication

The following authentication mechanisms are supported:

  • None
  • HTTP Basic
  • HTTP Digest
  • OAuth1
  • OAuth2 (with auto refresh of the access token)
  • Custom

Custom Authentication Handlers

You can provide your own custom Authentication Handler. This is a Python class that you should add to the
rest_ta/bin/authhandlers.py module.

http://docs.python-requests.org/en/latest/user/advanced/#custom-authentication

You can then declare this class name and any parameters in the REST Input setup page.

Custom Response Handlers

You can provide your own custom Response Handler. This is a Python class that you should add to the
rest_ta/bin/responsehandlers.py module.

You can then declare this class name and any parameters in the REST Input setup page.

Token substitution in Endpoint URL

There is support for dynamic token substitution in the endpoint URL

ie : /someurl/foo/$sometoken$/goo

$sometoken$ will get substituted with the output of the 'sometoken' function in bin/tokens.py

So you can add you own tokens simply by adding a function to bin/tokens.py

Currenty there is 1 token implemented , $datetoday$ , which will resolve to today's date in format "2014-02-18"

Token replacement functions in the URL can also return a list of values, that will cause
multiple URL's to be formed and the requests for these URL's will be executed in parallel in multiple threads.

Dependencies

  • Splunk 5.0+
  • Supported on Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, FreeBSD, HP-UX, AIX

Setup

  • Untar the release to your $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps directory
  • Restart Splunk
  • Browse to Manager -> Data Inputs -> REST and setup your inputs

Logging

Any log entries/errors will get written to $SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/splunkd.log

Troubleshooting

  • You are using Splunk 5+
  • Look for any errors in $SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/splunkd.log
  • Any firewalls blocking outgoing HTTP calls
  • Is your REST URL, headers, url arguments correct
  • Is you authentication setup correctly

Contact

www.baboonbones.com

Release Notes

Version 1.5.3
June 4, 2018

Patched a bug to callbacks to Splunk for persisting state that required the activation key in the payload

Version 1.5.2
June 3, 2018

minor manager xml ui tweak for 7.1

Version 1.5.1
May 30, 2018

Corrected a build bug with responsehandlers

Version 1.5
May 27, 2018

Added an activation key requirement , visit http://www.baboonbones.com/#activation to obtain a free,non-expiring key
Added support for HEAD requests
Docs updated
Splunk 7.1 compatible

Version 1.4
Sept. 2, 2015

Delimiter fix

Version 1.3.9
July 15, 2015

Can now declare a CRON pattern for your polling interval.
Multiple requests spawned by tokenization can be declared to run in parallel or sequentially.
Multiple sequential requests can optionally have a stagger time enforced between each request.

Version 1.3.8
July 12, 2015

Minor code fix for a logging statement error

Version 1.3.7
July 3, 2015

Added support for token replacement functions in the URL to be able to return a list
of values, that will cause multiple URL's to be formed and the requests for these
URL's will be executed in parallel in multiple threads. See tokens.py

Version 1.3.6
Jan. 27, 2015

Added a custom response handler for rolling out generic JSON arrays
Refactored key=value delimited string handling to only split on the first "=" delimiter

Version 1.3.5
Aug. 20, 2014

Ensure that token substitution in the endpoint URL is dynamically applied for each
HTTP request

Version 1.3.4
Feb. 18, 2014

Added support for dynamic token substitution in the endpoint URL

ie : /someurl/foo/$sometoken$/goo

$sometoken$ will get substituted with the output of the 'sometoken' function
in bin/tokens.py

Currently have just shipped with 1 example token $datetoday$ which will dynamically resolve to today's date in format 2014-02-18

Version 1.3.3
Feb. 14, 2014

Added support for sending and persisting cookies

Version 1.3.2
Oct. 30, 2013

Changed the logic for persistence of state back to inputs.conf to occur directly after polling/event indexing has completed rather than waiting for the polling loop frequency sleep period to exit. This potentially deals with situations where you might terminate Splunk before the REST Mod Input has persisted state changes back to inputs.conf because it was in a sleep loop during shutdown.

Version 1.3.1
Oct. 24, 2013

Cosmetic fix for 1.3 release

Version 1.3
Oct. 24, 2013

Added a new feature that will automatically persist updates to URL Arguments , HTTP Header Propertys or HTTP Request Body content back to your inputs.conf stanza. Such a scenario might occur if you are using a custom response handler to dynamically calculate URL Arguments , such as a timestamp or event paging cursor, and you want this latest state to be persisted back into your configuration so that if you need to restart the REST input , it's configuration is in the latest polled state and can resume polling from where it left off.

Version 1.2
Oct. 16, 2013

Upgraded underlying python requests library to version 2.0 , primarily to support the HTTP CONNECT verb

Version 1.1
Aug. 14, 2013

Added support for user defined delimiter for multiple "key=value" fields .
Added hooks in responsehandlers.py for custom handling of responses, use cases such as URL arguments/HTTP header properties that might require a dynamic value per request , HTTP REL Header link following , dynamically changing the endpoint URL.

Version 1.0.6beta
July 10, 2013

Strip newlines from default output ++ add unbroken attribute to XML output stream so that Splunk props /transforms can be applied

Version 1.0.5beta
July 8, 2013

Added more robust exception handling

Version 1.0.4beta
June 25, 2013

Fixed minor script bug when printing http errors

Version 1.0.3beta
June 25, 2013

Added support for POST and PUT HTTP Methods for getting data. Not RESTful per say but a useful out for API's that are "REST like"

Version 1.0.2beta
June 20, 2013

Renamed the manager xml file to avoid naming clashes

Version 1.0.1beta
June 17, 2013

Fixed some spelling typos

Version 1.0beta
June 10, 2013

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